My sweet tooth has reared its ugly head. I don't know if it's the time of year with the days getting shorter or the weather getting colder that has triggered me. It may be a combination of both.
Regardless, I don't want to give in to the cravings and raid the leftover Halloween candies. Instead, I've been reaching for my sweet or dessert teas to let me feel like I'm having a treat, but with no calories.
So, what teas have I been enjoying? I have a nice variety of dessert teas with a sweeter flavor, but this time of year screams for caramel.
Caramel Walnut Shortbread Rooibos is a delight.
This delicious green rooibos is naturally caffeine-free, so you can enjoy this tea any time of the day or evening. It has a nutty, buttery taste with deep caramel overtones.
You're also getting a nice dose of antioxidants that give your body something it needs, plus a phenomenal taste.
This tea doesn't need any additional sweeteners, milk, or cream. Caramel Walnut Shortbread Rooibos is one of the shop's bestsellers!
Caramel Toffee Puerh is rich and creamy-sweet at first sip but then finishes with a delightful caramel, buttered toffee flavor.
Can you say yum!
It also has a bit of a full, earthy body from the Puerh. This tea always makes me want a second cup, and because it's guilt-free, I don't feel bad if I indulge, nor should you.
Caramel Karma is made with high-end Ceylon black tea rounded off with some green tea to enrich its taste.
I love the wonderful rich caramel flavor. And the roasted almond pieces give this tea something extra. A friend of mine loves to add a dollop of fresh whipped cream to this tea.
Caramel Rooibos is another great caffeine-free option. It has a creamy caramel flavor that is perfect for any time of the day or evening. Plus, it's loaded with antioxidants to give your body a boost of the good stuff. I often top this tea with a bit of whipped cream to make it all the more special.
I hope you enjoy these caramel offerings as much as I do.
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