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I am normally a coffee drinker in the morning (decaf), but doing W30, I decided to skip the coffee because I really must have half & half and sweetener with my coffee. Instead I have been drinking tea (decaf also ... since I turned 50 caffeine doesn't work for me) and love the tea and drink tea several times a day. However I am DYING for some sweetener in the tea.

Let me preface this by saying sugar and sweets really aren't a big issue for me. I don't normally eat or crave sugar or sweet junk food, so I don't think this desire for sweetener in my tea is a crutch for my sugar dragon (cos I really don't think I have a sugar dragon!). But I'd really like my tea to be just a tad sweeter.

Can someone recommend W30 compliant teas that have a sweet taste to them? decaf ones!

thanks!!

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Whole foods has a compliant chocolate tea that I love. I am not sure if it comes in decaf. Have you tried coconut milk in your tea or coffee? It has a sweet taste to me. My favorite is Trader Joes even though it's light. It's only $1.99 and mixes in with no lumps.

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There is one answer to your question: www.davidstea.com; they have the most amazing blends of teas. They have a store down the street from my apartment and I am in love.

Be careful! I love Davids too, but almost all of their teas add Stevia, which isn't allowed. Be sure to check the ingredients!

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If you like the taste of licorice, then you might want to try for a tea with licorice in it (or look for licorice root tea and use a bag of it along with a bag of a regular tea). There is no caffeine in licorice tea and it's naturally sweet.

I love Choice Tea's peppermint liquorice (that's how they spell it). But peppermint isn't something I want to have every day. ;)

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