whole 30 & david's tea

During the whole30 I felt fairly irritated when I went to a David's Tea and asked for a sugar-free tea and was served a tea blend with added sugar. The woman said 'oh it's just citrus fruit' and I believed her. The tea was wildly delicious and I fantasized about it. Once I realized the tea wasn't okay for the whole30,  I immediately went to the David's Tea website and did a mildly psychotic amount of research through all the teas and came up with this list of whole30 acceptable teas available. All of these teas are sugar-free and I only allowed for natural flavourings where it clearly stated which essential oil was used.

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whole30 acceptable teas at david's tea

  • Assam Banaspaty
  • Bai Hao Yin Zhen
  • Blood Orange Pu-erh
  • Bravissimo Butterfly Jasmine
  • Cold 911
  • Countess of Seville
  • David's Organic Breakfast Decaf
  • Earl Grey
  • Dragon Pearls
  • Dragonwell
  • Egyptian Chamomile
  • English Breakfast
  • Gail's Cold Remedy
  • Ginseng Oolong
  • Green Rooibos
  • Guayusa Gyokuro Yamashiro
  • Gyokuro Himalayan Blend
  • Japanese Sencha J
  • asmine Black Pearls
  • Jasmine SIlver Needles
  • Kenyan Tinderet
  • Korean Sejak
  • Lapsang Souchong Star
  • Lemon Myrtle
  • Matcha Matsu
  • Mother's Little Helper
  • Nepal Black
  • New Delhi Delight
  • North African Mint
  • Orange Pekoe
  • Peppermint Amore
  • Pu-erh Ginger
  • Quangzhou Milk
  • Oolong Rooibos
  • Second Flush Darjeeling
  • Sencha Ashikubo
  • Silk Dragon
  • Jasmine Spearmint
  • Tie Kwan
  • Yin Tung Ting Vietnam
  • Vanilla Orchid
  • White Peony
  • Wild Black
  • Yunnan Yun Cui