Vanilla Nut

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Almonds, Barley (Roasted), Chicory, Figs, Natural Vanilla Flavor, Roasted Carob
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Antioxidants from carob, dates, barley and almonds
Naturally caffeine free – no processing or chemical residues
Non-acidic – helps restore alkaline balance
Natural energy boost – from nutrients, not stimulants
Contains heart-healthy potassium
1g of soluble fiber per serving
Prebiotic – inulin from chicory root supports beneficial microflora that improve digestion, regularity and intestinal health
Brewed Teeccino is gluten free as verified by independent laboratory tests

Ingredients: Roasted organic carob, organic barley, organic chicory, dates, almonds, organic dates, natural vanilla extract, natural nut flavor, figs.

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James R sent me some of this with the Harney’s Hot Cinnamon Sunset I bought – thanks! This is interesting! Now, I’m no coffee expert — I drank more coffee when I was four years old (with milk in it). So coffee drinkers would probably scoff at this. But I like it! It’s like a watery coffee that tastes very much like coffee, but with added tea-like things that you wouldn’t find in coffee to make it better… like dates. And I like that it doesn’t have caffiene! This is a nice change from all this tea I’ve been drinking.

James R

I thought that was an interesting drink, glad you enjoyed it!

FYI to anyone reading, the base is chicory

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A good coffee alternative – the vanilla flavor is not too strong like some of the other Teeccino flavors – in fact it is quite mild.

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I got tea mail! Thank you, gmathis!

I steeped this last night before bed as a caffeine free treat. When I tore open the pouch, the aroma was much like O’Connor’s Cream from Teageschwendner, available at Tin Roof Teas.
It was chocolate-y and boozy. I had not expected chocolate with the name Vanilla Nut, but the first ingredient is carob.

This steeps up DARK. I mean COFFEE DARK. I am not a coffee drinker, but this reminded me of coffee from the few times I tried it, but with no bitterness, no acid. The fig and dates so sweeten it nicely, and if you add a splash of milk and a dash of sugar, you have a hot cocoa replacement.

This is something I think two of my daughters would like, and one of my neighbors, so I looked into where I could get it and found that my trusty Vitacost has it for less than five dollars.

Next time I order vitamins I will throw in a box to share!

gmathis

The dark chocolate is absolutely wonderful. Candy bar wonderful.

ashmanra

Good to know!

Lexie Aleah

I really enjoy the mocha flavor but they have a lot of good ones.

ashmanra

I will definitely check out their other flavors!

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Battling a mild case of the Janu-weary blues—you know, the kind that makes you want to gnarf a whole box of Russell Stover cream centers…so in the interest of health and waistline, I limited myself to a cookie and a cup of this really nifty, chocolate-y, nearly completely guilt-free goodness. A little half and half elevates it to the satisfaction level of a cup of cocoa with figgy aftertaste. Recommended if you’re grumpy. Recommended if you’re not.

Cameron B.

I recently finished a box of See’s chocolates and oh, do I miss them ha ha.

Evol Ving Ness

Ayup. I am there with you.

CrowKettle

I an unspeakable amount of bread today. Same source.

Jason (teapartyfortwo)

I feel you! I have Seasonal Affective Disorder which fluctuates Winter to Winter. This year hasn’t been too bad (thankfully) but I’ve been eating chocolate like it’s a food group! lol

Martin Bednář

Glad to hear I am not only one with Janu-weary blues. I felt it so strong yesterday, but today it’s much better.

gmathis

I think, without realizing it, I’ve struggled a little with the seasonal affective thing since I was a kid—like teapartyfortwo, some winters more than others.

Lexie Aleah

Love this one as a dessert-y beverage.

ashmanra

I have had a few really bad days as cold weather finally hit and we had a full day of freezing rain. I finished a box of Bissinger’s chocolates and started on a Godiva. Law, how I wish I had a box of See’s….and you know what? I am a grown woman with a credit card. Wonder how long it will take to get here…

Shae

I’ve been sitting on a See’s order since December and was finally tempted enough this morning to hit submit after reading ashmanra’s comment. I’m a grown-up and I can buy my own box of chocolates if I want!

Evol Ving Ness

Haha, people, you are killing me. Thank you for reminding me about the chocolates AND the shortbreads I’ve been thinking about ordering online.

derk

Janu-weary, how have I never heard this? Hang in there!

I live two blocks from See’s. Yee who have little access need to let me know what your favorites are and I can always include some sweet treats with a swap.

gmathis

If I lived near See’s, I’d be …just like a kid in a…

tea-sipper

Oh how I love a box of chocolates… I don’t think I have had See’s though! I guess I just realized in the winter it’s usually about wittling down whatever chocolate is about…like every day…chocolate.

Shae

Just want to add, See’s Dark Salted Caramel might be the best I’ve had. Regretting now that there was only one in my box.

tea-sipper

They do that so you must buy more, Shae. :D

Shae

Well, it WORKED.

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