Tea Break: Glazed Lemon Loaf Tea

I wrote an article here a few years ago about how I was exploring different teas and was shocked to find that I was really liking some, because I’d long been someone who hated tea. Somehow, five years later, I am someone who has at least one cup of tea daily, if not more.

I still do coffee in the morning (although I’m kind of getting into a chocolate oolong tea), and try to alternate green mint tea with my beloved Diet Coke for lunchtime — so most of my other tea choices are uncaffeinated, herbal ones like rooibus or chamomile.

This Glazed Lemon Loaf one from Tazo is one of my all-time favorites for after dinner — it’s a great one for unwinding before bed. It’s sweet, and although from the ingredients list you wouldn’t believe it, it really does remind me of a buttery, iced lemon loaf. (The chocolate teas from Republic are another favorite – I like almost all of the ones I got in this variety pack except for the Banana Chocolate ones, but that’s me.)

I just bought a 6-pack of Glazed Lemon Loaf from Amazon because I’m already committed, but if you want just a box to try you can get them at Target or other grocery stores.

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