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Delicious! I used to water down my tea a lot but this method is sooo much better - it produces a delicious refined flavor - perfect for iced tea with a little raw sugar added. A definite keeper!

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carolinerocks February 23, 2010

This is delicious. I made this for DD (toddler) and I with rice milk and honey. Yummy stuff. I loved it, though I did feel it bothered my head a little it was nothing like drinking regular steeped tea which I tend to avoid for that very reason. I want to make this in all its variations insha Allah (God willing). Made for Comfort Cafe - Snow Queens Potluck Tag Round 01/10.

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UmmBinat January 19, 2010

DD1 loves black tea,but is too small for it, so you can imagine how thankful I am for this.I just wish, I 'd known about it when I was pregnant. Thanks for posting.I'm pretty sure DD is thankful too.

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littlemafia January 03, 2010

I don't get the big headaches from caffeinated tea doing this, but I'm not sure if it gets it down to a decaf level because the headaches still come. It's a big help if there's no decaf around though. Thanks.

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Narshmellow November 13, 2007

Since I simply refuse to give up my decaffeinated coffee, I have just been doing without my tea...now, with this wonderful recipe, I can have both, and not feel guilty!!!! Thanks for this great recipe.

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Jellyqueen July 14, 2006

Delicious, and just right sftr a long day at work.

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-Sheri- July 06, 2006

MMMMM! So happy to be able to have a warm cup of my favorite tea AT NIGHT!! As I type this at 8:30 at night, I have my second cup of tea right next to me. What a nice way to wind down. Thanks Rita!

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Happy Harry #2 December 06, 2005

I used this method during my entire pregnancy after reading about it on the Internet .. I wanted my tea but not the caffiene and it does work! Thanks for sharing

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najwa July 02, 2005

I just wanted to thank you for this tip! I love a cup of tea before bed but don't want the caffeine. I find decaf tea to be much more expensive than the regular, and this just solved my problem. Added bonus that there are no chemicals involved. Thank you!

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AngelaTN June 29, 2005

I don't know if it's just my imagination, or if it really works, but I did find that I could drink 3 small cups of tea before I felt any gitters LOL... generally with the strength of tea I make, I feel gitters after the first cup. I dont know if its psychological LOL but I really do feel that this worked. I do find that I lost some strength in my tea though. I used cream and sugar in my tea :) served with two small shortbread cookies!

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love4culinary May 21, 2005
Decaffeinating Tea in Three Simple Steps