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Struggling to find an alternative for the Teavana tea you love? Our natural, sugar-free teas are the perfect Teavana substitute. Check out our list below to find a similar brew for the Teavana tea you’ll miss most.
Like Teavana’s Youthberry® tea, our Berry Young tea is full of delicious rose hips, hibiscus, apple pieces, orange peel, kiwi pieces, and goji berries.
OurJeju Seja tea is cultivated in the same area as Teavana’s Jeju Island Green Tea -- the southernmost tip of Korea on Jeju Island.
If you like Summer Lemonade Herbal Tea from Teavana you’ll love ourLemon Herbal tea made with lemon peel, rosehips, lemongrass, verbena, lemon balm, hibiscus, and natural lemon flavor.
Sourced from India’s Darjeeling region, ourGlenburn 1st Flush Darjeeling is very similar to the Darjeeling De Triomphe Tea from Teavana with its light body and traditional tropical notes.
Packed with the rose hips, hibiscus, orange peel, apple pieces, and mango flavor, ourMango Fruit Tea is very similar to the Dragonfruit Devotion Herbal Tea™ you crave.
OurChopra Ayurvedic Relaxing tea is packed with cardamom, cinnamon, and cloves much like the White Ayurvedic Chai Tea from Teavana.
Much like Teavana’s Jumpstart Tea Sampler, ourTraditional Loose Tea Sampler has one tin of each major style of tea: White, Green, Oolong, and Black.
If you enjoyed the Wellness Tea Sampler from Teavana, you’ll love ourChopra Center Ayurvedic Teas. Relax, detox, and find balance with every sip.
Similar to Teavana’s Green Tea Sampler, ourGreen Tea Sampler Set let’s you try a variety of green teas so you can find one (or more) you love.
For more Teavana alternatives visit ourTeavana Picks page or explore our website to discover something new.
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We all have different reasons we drink tea. While some drink it to wind down, others drink it to perk up. Some may simply enjoy the warm, comforting qualities of this ancient beverage while others love to cool down with it on a summer afternoon. No matter what your reason is, understanding the amount of caffeine contained in your delicate teacup or monster mug will only enhance your experience and your relationship with tea. Read on to learn about the amount of caffeine in tea, what affects caffeine levels in tea and common caffeine myths.
Although it feels as though winter will never end, spring’s warmer weather is creeping closer. Bulky sweater season is coming to a close, but it’s not getting to the gym that has us shaking in our boots. It’s the thought of giving up our favorite sweets and treats that has us dreading the summer slim down. One easy way we like to fight our cravings is by finding low-calorie, or better yet, no-calorie alternatives (ahem, tea, ahem). Read on to find tea substitutes for your cravings.