Ever wish your tea tasted a bit more like curry? Well it does now thanks to Numi’s Carrot Curry Savoury Tea (CZK149.00/£3.55). Described as a nourishing vegetable, spice and tea infusion, the product has a rich carrot taste.
Enjoy chocolate the Mayan way with Zotter’s Maya Cult bar (HRK39.9/£3.45). This high-content 82% Belize cacao with a touch of chilli, star anise, cloves, long peppers and cardamom can be dissolved in hot water to create a vegan-friendly treat.
This coffee will give you perfect mental clarity in an instant, according to Four Sigma Foods, which claims its Mushroom Coffee (€8.99/£6.52) will crank up productivity and boost metabolism through the use of medicinal Lion’s Mane and Chaga mushrooms.
This multipurpose Aloe Vera Jelly (€10.00/£7.25) is said to result in a delicious hot beverage when dissolved in hot water, but can also create a refreshing cold drink, mixed with yoghurt, or spread on toast like jam.
A bid to entice kids to drink fruit tea. Milford’s Fruity Little Berries Tea (€2.29/£1.66) is an infusion with forest fruits, cinnamon and lime flavours.
Can’t decide if you want tea or coffee? Now you can have both. True Milk’s Coffee Milk Tea (TWD360.00/£5.90) is an instant milk tea with coffee powder mixed in.
Tea Forté says its first-flush Assam tea offers the sweet taste of Moro deep blood orange with a robust caffeine content. This ‘alluring and aromatic’ product is undoubtedly artisan with a price tag to match (MXN310.00/£11.87).
The ultimate guilt-free treat, according to Joe’s Tea Co, which claims the tea is great as an after-dinner treat for those resisting naughty puddings. The Chocca-Roo-Brew Tea (NOK89.00/£6.66) contains whole leaf rooibos tea with natural chocolate pieces and vanilla pods.
It’s not boozy but Sonoma’s Cabernet Iced Tea ($7.99/£4.48) packs a punch in flavour terms. It’s made from fine wine grape skins with oranges and currants, which are said to impart nuanced, sophisticated flavours.
Want a deep-roasted coffee flavour with none of the caffeine? Teeccino’s Java 75% Organic Herbal Coffee Alternative ($8.99/£5.16) offers just that. It’s a blend of herbs, grains, coffee flavouring and fruit, which are roasted and ground.