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    Quote Originally Posted by Mummasprincess View Post
    Thanks for that link
    No worries, Madura is a really nice strong but not bitter tasting tea, and a plus, it's Aussie.

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    There's a T2 variety called 'evening tea' that is naturally low tannin/low caffeine. It tastes just like normal tea and does not have any chemicals from the decaf process.

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    Thanks everyone I could only find bushels or Lipton at Coles. I grabbed the Lipton and I honestly can't tell the difference but I will have another look at that link that you sent and might grab some of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mummasprincess View Post
    Thanks everyone I could only find bushels or Lipton at Coles. I grabbed the Lipton and I honestly can't tell the difference but I will have another look at that link that you sent and might grab some of that.

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    They do sell Madura at Coles and woolies. It's a black box with a maroon border amongst other colours for other teas. Glad u found one youre happy with tho.

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    If you like strong tea [like me] go Dilmah it's the best. It's not as strong as the strong bags of the regular stuff but comes as close as I've tasted.

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    Hi, only saw this now. The tea I drink is called Rooibos (South African tea) You can get it in Coles and Woolworths. It doesn't have any caffeine in and taste like normal tea. Hope it helps.

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    Dont know if anyone has suggested it but I use Rooibos tea, I drank it before I got pregnant too, I serve it to anyone who comes here for a cuppa and no one has ever noticed the difference. You can get it in coles and woolies. The 'just rooibos' brand in the red box is stronger than the others I have found but is the same price and has 40 bags instead of 50.

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    Thanks everyone I got some of that rooibos tea yesterday. I was getting pains in my stomach from the Lipton one, don't know why, guess it just didn't agree with me. This one is fine I can't seem to tell the difference either

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    I drink dandelion tea it tastes delish, have it with milk and sugar or however you normally have your tea . From health food shops yummy

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    Herbal teas are caffiene free! My faves are peppermint, chai, chamomile, raspberry, honey and lemon, Ginger and lemon, rooibos...ok so they are all yummy haha and so good for you


 

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