The Easy Way To Ditch Coffee This Winter |
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When the temperatures drop outside, nothing beats coming in from the cold to a cosy, warm mug of deliciousness. And if you're looking for a more beneficial alternative to coffee, or a lighter choice than indulgent hot chocolates, we've found the healthy new drinks you need to try.​

teapigs has just launched three additions to its range of Matcha Latte sachets – just add milk to these handy pre-measured mixes of flavour for the perfect matcha latte every time. You can now make Matcha Tumeric, Matcha Cocoa and Matcha Chai Lattes from home, or in the office, whenever you feel like a pick-me-up. Plus, they're offering SL readers 15% OFF their entire range of matcha sachets until 31st December; simply enter the code LATTE15 at checkout.

Not on board with matcha lattes yet? Made from powdered green tea, matcha is filled with antioxidants and is great for boosting concentration and strengthening the immune system. It also has half the caffeine of coffee and releases energy slowly over the day, rather than in one big hit. Each teapigs sachet contains a full 1g matcha serving, plus an additional gram of health-boosting herbs and spices (they're not made with any sugar or milk either, and are suitable for vegans).

Try the Matcha Turmeric with coconut milk for a DIY take on the 'golden milk' trend, enhance the Matcha Cocoa with creamy hazelnut milk, or add some natural sweetness to the Matcha Chai with brown rice milk and cinnamon sprinkled on top.

Fans of mulled wine and cider during festive season will love teapig's two new limited edition teas too –  Spiced Pear Tea and Winter Edition Glühwein Tea, a take on the fruity spiced drink sold at German Christmas markets. Stay virtuous and enjoy on its own, or add your favourite tipple to make a hot tea toddy. 



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