10. Barry’s Tea decaffeinated
They use a completely natural decaffeination process (CO2). Their tea is imported from County Cork, Ireland. This tea is not as aromatic as the other teas from this brand but it is pretty good. A hot cup of this tea will keep you warm in those cold mornings.
9. Yorkshire decaffeinated tea
This tastes like the real deal, a very nice tea. Try it if you’re tired of some decafs taste of cardboard.
8. Adagio decaf spice
Ceylon tea decaffeinated with a taste of herby-sweet spices. The CO2 process retains the shape and flavor of this tea leaves. Try it.
7. Taylors of Harrogate Decaffeinated Breakfast Tea
This is a blend of African teas with a very light, sweet flavor. It uses the CO2 process for decaffeination. I prefer it with milk or lemon.
6. Typhoo Decaf Tea
I love this tea. It a delicious and smooth blend. I don’t feel it loses any flavor compared to the version with caffeine.
5. The republic of tea Decaf Apricot
Very nice flavor for a breakfast tea. Excellent color. Very rich aroma. It has some ingredients from Argentina. I really like it.
4. Harney & Sons decaf hot cinnamon tea
These are very good teas. A different experience from the regular teas. But very good.
3. Adagio decaf strawberry
I like this version, it’s slightly less bitter than the regular version. Very good.
2. Adagio Decaf black sampler
I usually choose these teas because the black teas have a flavor that covers the slightly off decaf black flavor. The Adagio brand also uses the CO2 method for a superior decaf tea.
1. Tea Gschwendner’s Darjeeling Premium Decaf
This is the best decaf tea I have tasted. It’s decaffeinated via a natural CO2 process. It has a very pleasant aroma and it’s deliciously sweet. Brew it for a short time to keep it from getting too bitter.