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PostPosted: Tue Aug 26, 2008 1:58 pm 
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.......Caffeine Free Tea is ACE!



Gave up caffeine three weeks ago to the day (was drinking waaaaaaayyyyy to much fresh coffee :shock: ) and have been drinking a variety of caffeine free tea's etc

This one is my favourite so far - get some today....


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love herbal tea check out http://www.whittard.co.uk/ get some nice stuff from them and some cracker green tea


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I seem to be buying a lot of Mighty Leaf teas recently. My favourite has got to be African Nectar.


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I too am a fan of caffeine free tea - my current choice is Twinings Earl Grey decaffeinated.

But always open to other suggestions!

The reason I went decaff was that despite drinking 3-4 cups of normal coffee a day I was feeling tired in the afternoon. I thought I'd cut it out, drink decaf and hey presto I actually feel more awake. Go figure, as they say :roll: :lol:


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Tried the roobios but thought it was a bit milky tasting. Current favourite is builders tea :D 2 bags/4sweetex and milk in a pint mug :D


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Caffeine free tea and coffee :? :P Like alcohol free wine....pointless! ha ha


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well i went to whitards today and got me some chinese and japanese tea i dont have milk in tea or coffee and tend to drink coffee all day and use the green tea and fruit teas as a change when i had enough


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oi kaiser....its only builders tea if you stir it with a screwdriver or a pencil


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gibbleking wrote:
oi kaiser....its only builders tea if you stir it with a screwdriver or a pencil



:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


I also feel more awake for not drinking caffeine :?

What next more drunk on lemonade than beer :? :roll: :lol:


On a serious note these are like rocket fuel:

Down To Earth® Lemon,Ginger & Ginseng. ACE


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gibbleking wrote:
oi kaiser....its only builders tea if you stir it with a screwdriver or a pencil




:lol: :lol: of course what else would you use.


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