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    Default Caffeine free tea?

    Can you buy tea without caffeine? If so where can you get it and what does it taste like? I love my tea! And have to stop drinking as much now I am pregnant but would love to find one that doesn't have caffeine and still tastes like real tea

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    You can get decaf tea, but I prefer rooibos which is similar to tea, you can drink it however you like your normal cup of tea but it is naturally caffeine free. It is with the tea and coffee in the supermarket.

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    Hi there Mummasprincess

    Yes you can buy decaf tea. I'm a tea lover too. I use Lipton decaffeinated tea and to be honest don't notice any difference.

    Enjoy!!

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    Yeah Lipton make a decaf one- it tastes no different to me and you just pick it up at the supermarket.

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    I love the dilmah one. Green with a pinkish label.

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    I detest Lipton. Tastes dirty.

    Dilmah decaf is really nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    You can get decaf tea, but I prefer rooibos which is similar to tea, you can drink it however you like your normal cup of tea but it is naturally caffeine free. It is with the tea and coffee in the supermarket.
    This had a weird taste to me i bought some a few weeks back its a black box with red
    Is that the same as u have ?

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    I can't copy and paste but we use Madura tea and here is a link with some info on their stance with their tea on pregnancy as their tea is low in caffeine. I personally stay away from teas that contain tannins as they taste gross and decaf as the process of decaffeinating a tea or coffee gives the tea harsh chemicals your body and a pregnancy IMO doesn't need unless they use H2O decaffeinating methods which many don't apparently.

    http://www.maduratea.com.au/tea-bene...pregnancy.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by shinebrite View Post
    I can't copy and paste but we use Madura tea and here is a link with some info on their stance with their tea on pregnancy as their tea is low in caffeine. I personally stay away from teas that contain tannins as they taste gross and decaf as the process of decaffeinating a tea or coffee gives the tea harsh chemicals your body and a pregnancy IMO doesn't need unless they use H2O decaffeinating methods which many don't apparently.

    http://www.maduratea.com.au/tea-bene...pregnancy.html
    Thanks for that link

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    Thank you for your replies everyone! One that tastes more like normal tea would be great, I like strong tea so I'll just have a look around.

    Thank you


 

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