Tea for every time of day
Wake up. Check Insty. Pour a cuppa. Repeat.
If you’re a tea lover of all blends and infusions, listen up. Now that the chilly season is upon us, the liquid nectar that is tea will warm you up (and make you feel good) from the inside and out.
In our opinion, it’s always a good time for tea but with so many to choose from, it’s hard to know which blend is best. Here’s the lowdown on the best teas for morning, noon and night.
Your morning cup
A cup of tea first thing in the AM is one of life’s simple pleasures. To start the day with a delicious pick-me-up, choose up the Twinings Detox tea, part of the new Feel Good Infusions range. The Detox blend gently fuses the sweetness of fennel with the delicate citrus of lemongrass and verbena – so refreshing!
No time for brekkie at home? Make your tea in a thermos or travel cup for a bevvie on the go.
Drinking tea with lunch can make us feel fuller for longer, helping to stave off those 3pm sugar cravings. Why not opt for the Twinings Digest infusion? It’s a delicate blend of peppermint, liquorice and lemon balm, AKA the perfect drink to accompany a light meal.
Have the winter blues hit you hard? The Twinings Defence blend will be your best friend through the cold months. With its invigorating mix of orange, ginger and warming cinnamon, it will fend off the chill and warm up your soul!
A hot drink, cosy blanket and a book before bedtime is the best way to unwind after a long day. The ideal brews before sleep are caffeine-free and lightly scented to aid relaxation. Try the Twinings Sleep tea – you’ll slip into your ZZZs after a dreamy sip of its camomile, orange blossom and honey.
While teas have a myriad of health benefits (and can make an arvo snack taste more delicious) remember to ensure you’re drinking enough water through the day. Caffeine is a diuretic, so you want to drink two cups of water for every one cup of caffeinated tea you consume.
You can find the Twinings Feel Good Infusions range in stores now for $4.49 each.
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