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I came across TeaLife as I was browsing the net for tea and I'm so glad I did! The tea is so fresh and tasty and home grown in Australia! I love it so much I just bought some for a friend. Highly recommend :-)
very fruity and fragrant, had it with honey so even enhance the flavours. one proper scoop can last up to three pours of water. best served chilled, but having it with my lunch whilst at work helps digestion and something different from plain water. just like an ice tea without the sugar!!!!
On a very hot WA day, thought I would make this blissful blend into an iced tea, add a tiny bit of honey, a few drops of lemon juice & lots of ice & hmm, hmm very nice. So refreshing. So nice to make something that I know is good for me, is organic & tastes so good. I strongly recommend you try this one.
Excellent and quick service. Packaging is lovely plus practical. I'm an uber tea noob and have tried supermarket tea a few times, ewwww. I am enjoying your tea, especially the sleepy time at night instead of coffee. I read that thyme tea was good for a medical condition I have and found you after searching. Thankyou
Warm Regards Deborah ☺
I was intrigued to try this tea. As I am not a lover of chai, I wasn't sure I'd actually like it.. but thought this might be good to try, as I don't like the milkiness of chai.
I tried it black to start with, then added a splash of milk... nice both ways!
It's different, but not in a bad way.. It has a hint of chocolate, but it's not overpowering, so you still get that nice tea taste coming through.
At first, I didn't think I could taste the chilli...then I got a nice a subtle after glow in the throat which was a lovely surprise. I think this tea would be nice in the afternoon or even after dinner...it's a bit like having a chocolate biscuit with your cuppa but without the added calories!
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