October 26, 2015

Make the Switch – From Coffee to Tea

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I’m a seasonal coffee drinker. During the summer I love iced coffee, but I’m not really a fan of hot coffee. Usually about this time of year is when I start to notice the weather change, scarves come out and my annual switch from my iced coffee transitions into hot tea. I love waking up before everyone else and having a little quiet time before the crazy of the day begins.

Years ago I went to England and I became fascinated with all things tea – including what you put in your tea. I also fell in love with Breakfast Teas. I was so excited when I found Bigelow American Breakfast Tea. In the afternoons I love my tea totally different than in the morning – lemon and honey. In the morning I love cream and raw sugar. I also have Agave, Rock Candy and Cinnamon handy for when I feel like switching up my tea routine just a bit. 

One thing I’m sure you can appreciate, is Bigelow American Breakfast Tea has 50% MORE caffeine than regular tea. I know my 1 cup of tea will get me going to chance a wild toddler around all morning and hold me through until nap time.

I take a break during nap time and enjoy a cup of Bigelow American Breakfast Tea because it gives me a moment to pause and unwind from what was likely a crazy morning, and it doesn’t give me the jitters like an afternoon coffee break can. I can have a cup and catch up on my scheduling, bills, blogging and maybe even a little TV.

I was able to find Bigelow American Breakfast Tea in the Tea aisle of my local Wal-Mart. While you are there, check out the other options they have too including Black Tea and Honey and Black Tea and Lemon.

 

So, what do you think? Do you think you can #swapyourcup of your usual for a cup of Bigelow Americian Breakfast Tea? How do your take your tea?

6 responses to “Make the Switch – From Coffee to Tea”

  1. Janet Krugel says:

    I'm a little like you, a seasonal coffee drinker, but I really enjoy my tea much better than coffee because it's easier on my stomach and better caffeine that doesn't make me jittery. I love the American Breakfast blend, too! [client]

  2. Jess Scott says:

    I love caffeine, and I love enjoying it before everyone else wakes up, too! I had no idea they had a tea with 50% more caffeine…hello!! This is why I avoid tea, but I may have to try it!

  3. Julie says:

    Keith is a tea freak, hot, iced, you name it, he loves it! One day instead of a draft spout for beer, we'll have a tea spout for tea 24/7, ha!

  4. Jenni Brink says:

    After having my oldest daughter, I have become obsessed with honey. Just thinking of honey on a biscuit makes my eyes roll… literally. But, when I got a severe cold while pregnant, I found that I loved honey in my decaf tea. Now, since I'm not pregnant and have no caffeine restrictions, I've stuck with coffee simply because I needed more caffeine than the average tea provides. So, this is right up my alley to get both my honey, and my caffeine fix. Thanks Jen!

  5. Jenni Brink says:

    After having my oldest daughter, I have become obsessed with honey. Just thinking of honey on a biscuit makes my eyes roll… literally. But, when I got a severe cold while pregnant, I found that I loved honey in my decaf tea. Now, since I'm not pregnant and have no caffeine restrictions, I've stuck with coffee simply because I needed more caffeine than the average tea provides. So, this is right up my alley to get both my honey, and my caffeine fix. Thanks Jen!

  6. Kim Johnston says:

    I had no idea they made tea with extra caffeine. I hope it's at my store because I need this today!

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