Decaf Açaí Green Tea Bags

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Our popular açaí berry tea, without the caffeine. Produced using an environmentally friendly, natural decaffeination process.

Caffeine:

Decaf Green Tea is decaffeinated using an all-natural process. More about caffeine.

Steeping Instructions

Steeping green tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water just short of boiling. Then pour water over tea and steep for 1-3 minutes (if using a tea bag) or 2-4 minutes (if using full-leaf tea.)

Ingredients

Decaf green tea, rosehips, hibiscus, elderberries, black currants, sweet blackberry leaves, acai flavoring

Calories

0

What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...

  • 3.5 Star

My favorite tea

5 Stars My favorite tea

from MA on wrote:

I have a cup every morning, love the light berry flavor.

Love Acai Teas

5 Stars Love Acai Teas

from NH on wrote:

I love the Acai green teas - decaf and regular. They are delicious! I just wish that we could get the decaf in loose leaf in bulk, I hate having to use bags.

Not as good as the original

3 Stars Not as good as the original

from SD on wrote:

I love the original Acai Green Tea (with caffeine) and drank it daily until the doctor told me to practically eliminate caffeine from my diet. Loving the other so much, I bought this version (decaf). I was a bit dissapointed with the decaf as it wasn't as strong as the regular version. It still had a good Acai taste, but to get the strength I like I could only use the tea bag once, whereas the I could get 2 cups out of one tea bag of regular.

Great antioxidant!

4 Stars Great antioxidant!

from PA on wrote:

I love this tea for boosting the immune system. When anyone in my family has a cold, this soothes our symptoms. Duration of our cold seems to be shorter.

inaccurate name

1 Star inaccurate name

from VA on wrote:

I, like the others, really enjoyed the taste. I expecte the aforementioned fruit to actually be in the tea. Sort of like an American flag made in China. Not quite genuine