Decaf tea and coffee

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  1. SoObsessed

    SoObsessed Well-Known Member

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    Which organic decaf teas and coffees are best?
    The regular ones I've tried so far are disgusting!
     
  2. Aquarius

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    Try dragonfly Rooibos tea, I drink the breakfast version but they do others. Totally naturally caffeine free and sold in waitrose. I haven't found a nice decaf coffee yet!
     
  3. Phoenix85

    Phoenix85 Well-Known Member

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    I drink Clipper organic Decaf 'everyday' Tea.

    Not sure about coffee as I'm not keen on instant anyway. I stick to tea at home and just have the occasional cup of 'real' coffee (made with beans, not instant, and caffeinated) if I'm out.
     
  4. Bobby23

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    I'm on decaf Yorkshire Tea, it's really good quality x
     
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    I drink tetley decaf tea and have done for years x only drink coffee ifim out for lunch or something and then I'll have a normal cappuchino as it's not often xx
     
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    I drink whatever is on offer - Yorkshire tea at the minute. I can't say I notice any difference between decaf and normal
     
  7. Tina14

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    I'm currently drinking red bush tea and M&S de-caf coffee. Being a massive coffee fan, that one is alright.
     
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    Tetley or twinning decaf are best in my opinion (i don't drink coffee so can't recommend for that) xx
     
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    Like kitty I drink whatever is on offer. I am a total tea genie usually but have gone off drinking it.. Not because of the no caffeine, have just gone off the thought of tea!
     
  10. SoObsessed

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    See I had same thought. I'll grab what's on offer but when I looked into how tea and coffee is decaffeinated I decided to go down the organic route. I've found clipper organic tea which is actually ok but I'm a bit of a coffee snob and could only find coffee in instant so have ordered some off Amazon. I'll let you all know what it's like xx
     
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    When I was pregnant with my son I hated every decaf tea I tried & i'm a tea LOVER - so I just used to make a strong black tea and throw it away and then use the bag again.... I read somewhere most of the caffeine comes out in the first brewing. Many commercial decaf teas are chemically decaffeinated too - which I was trying to avoid.

    I don't drink much coffee but we have a nespresso machine and I really the like decaf coffee capsules - and they are water decaffeinated not chemical.
     
    #11 Birdie, Mar 13, 2016
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