A sweet, all natural green tea that tastes like a fruit tea? Yes please.

Green tea has been a staple in my diet since I found out it aids weight loss. Green tea tends to have less caffeine than coffee and black tea (I’ve replaced both with green tea).

The variety of green tea available in supermarkets is overwhelming (I stood in the aisle for a solid 10 minutes trying to pick).

I stumbled upon Taylor’s of Harrogate’s line of green tea which partners with Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

I think people add milk or sugar to green tea generally to sweeten it. But with this range of green tea, you don’t have to. The partnership has combined green tea with gorgeous fruit flavours.

Current flavours are Delicious Pear, Strawberry and Vanilla and Grapefruit and Lime.

Kew Royal Botanic Gardens green tea Taylor's of Harrogate green tea

While they have a slightly sweeter taste, they don’t really taste of their labelled flavours, but you can definitely smell the aroma of them which I love too (the Strawberry and Vanilla smells like those hard boiled sweets while the Grapefruit and Lime is the yummiest of the three.

And all of the ingredients are natural too.

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