We are big tea drinkers here at the Frugal Follies household. I generally have a cup of caffeinated tea with breakfast - I started doing this after I gave up orange juice, because it has too much sugar and got way too expensive! And at night, instead of having a nosh, we often make a cup of herbal tea.
So when I heard about the Numi Organics line of savory teas, which combine tea with vegetables, herbs, and spices, I definitely wanted to give them a try!
Inspired by recipes from around the world, these veggie-spice-tea blends are rich in flavor, yet light enough to enjoy any time of day. Each exciting flavor is an adventure in taste: not quite a soup, but more than a tea. New flavors, never before offered in tea, include Tomato Mint, Carrot Curry, Fennel Spice, Spinach Chive, Beet Cabbage and Broccoli Cilantro. Delicious and satisfying, Numi’s Savory Teas have five calories or fewer, are Certified Organic and Verified NON-GMO.
My favorite tea flavor in my Garden Sampler was the Fennel Spice. I wasn't even sure what fennel was, though I know that chefs love to use it in all of those cooking competition shows. Turns out it is a plant that grows in a bulb that tastes similar to anise, the flavoring in licorice. The Fennel Spice tea also had the taste of orange peel along with green tea.
Overall, I really liked these savory teas, and I highly recommend them!
Would you like to try the Numi Organics Savory Teas? Visit their store locator to find a store near you. I found it at several nutrition stores near me. Or visit the Numi Organics website to order them.
(I received samples of Numi Organic savory teas for review. All opinions are 100% mine. This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my disclosure policy for more information.)