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Ordered to stop drinking caffeine. Now what?

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I am also trying to completely eliminate caffeine due to a doctor’s rec.

Can anyone recommend a good honeybush chai? Preferably something not too peppery (cardamom=good, cinnamon=good). I’d love to find a good rooibos or honeybush chai that has COCONUT flavors, but I can’t seem to find a good one.

Jessie said

Yogic Chai’s are delicious, and they offer coconut versions (which are my favourite). They have a rooibos-coconut one: http://www.yogicchai.com/catalog/yogicchai/coconut-rooibos-masala-chai-naturally-decaffeinated-p-296.html.

The coconut isn’t really strong but it makes it creamy and sweet and their chais in general are really flavourful. Unfortunately they don’t have a honeybush but there is also a mate and kukicha. I think the caffeine content of kukicha is almost negligible, but I’m not sure.

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Dravistich said

Twinings also makes herbals…but that’s not my thing.

Dravistich said

Except Winter Spice….mmmm.

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Hey there! We have a wide selection of delicious decaffeinated teas. Check it out! http://www.shopsanctuaryt.com/leaf-landing/decaffeinated

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Shmiracles said

hi kanata!
i’m new to this site and i know this discussion is pretty old, but i just wanted to say that i SINCERELY hope your caffeine free lifestyle is going well!!
(i chose to quit caffeine about a year or so ago, and even though i have lost 50 lbs and run my first marathon since then, i still tell everyone that quitting caffeine was probably the #1 healthiest thing i’ve ever done for myself. )
i freakin LOVE herbal teas!!! i just ordered 5 new ones from davidstea - and i’m using steepster to start planning my next purchases.
(my boything lived in Vancouver for 3 years and will always refer to it as heaven on earth)
best of luck to you!

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If you haven’t had Teecino, you may want to check it out. I’ve had it in the past and I enjoyed it. It’s meant to be a coffee substitute, but I think it tastes more like tea personally.

http://teeccino.com/

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Ellen said

I would pick up some kukicha and houjicha (Japanese teas made from stems). Houjicha has a nice roasted flavor that you dont get with other noncaffeinated teas.

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