Shrinking Tea Benefits Weight Loss – Plus Other Reasons To Drink It!

Introducing Shrinking Tea, one of the hottest tea varietals to drink right now.

Shrinking Tea is a delicious, caffeine-free way to upgrade your tea habit. Boasting 50 percent more antioxidants than green tea, Shrinking Tea touts more benefits than green, black, and maybe even matcha tea.

While other teas have an acquired taste, Shrinking Tea has a sweet, mild flavour profile with notes of honey and vanilla. In fact, the Shrinking Tea blend is considered one of the most palate-pleasing types of tea out there.

Drink Shrinking Tea blend for maximum fat burning, it’s the best tea to help you lose weight and blast belly fat, because we need a reason to drink more tea… Who doesn’t love a good cup of tea? In fact tea is the nation’s favourite drink, and a staggering 165 million cups are drunk a day. On top of being comforting and delicious, another reason to love tea is that our Shrinking Tea blend can actually help you lose weight. A caffeine free alternative to black tea, with a sweet, delicate and rich, earthy flavour. Drunk black it’s calorie free! Shrinking Tea blend contains polyphenols, including flavonoids, which are directly linked to combatting obesity. Also including aspalathin which shows a significant reduction in the amount of fat stored over time and which helps to rid the body of free radicals. Aspalathin in our Shrinking Tea is considered a “magic ingredient” among weight watchers.

Read on to learn how to brew it…



  • 1 tea bag of Shrinking Tea
  • 8oz. water

Boil your water and pour over the tea. Infuse for 5-15 minutes covered. 

How to Drink Tea

Now we come to the important bit; how do you drink tea?

‘The exciting thing about tea is there are so many ways to enjoy it. Hot, cold brewed, or infused in a tea cocktail. Not only is tea a healthy beverage, but its interesting flavour profile means that it can be enjoyed in so many ways.’

Water Temperature

‘The important thing is to know a little about the type of tea you are preparing to serve, and to know the best way for your guest to experience it. For example, if you were serving hot tea, the general rule is to know that only black and herbal teas can withstand boiling water. Any other teas such as green, oolong and white teas need a cooler water so the leaves do not burn, which can produce a bitter flavour. Green or white tea are typically drunk without milk or sugar, as they have a much more delicate aroma and flavour.’ 

Iced tea is best brewed overnight in the fridge in cold water to allow for a delicate, naturally sweet tea.

Tea: The Social Rules

Tea should be taken when and wherever you like, and in whatever fashion best suits you.

‘There are better and worse ways to make tea and more formal and informal ways to enjoy it. But rules are there to be broken and tea is made to be enjoyed.’

‘The only thing I am slightly militant about is the cup or the mug I use. You wouldn’t drink fine wine from a pint glass, and I think the same applies to fine tea.’ 

I prefer porcelain or glass tea cups. 

How to Drink It
Sit up straight and spread out the napkin on your lap. Hold the cup by the handle and bring it up to your mouth – avoid leaning forward to drink. Never cradle the cup in your hands and avoid raising your little finger. Take small sips and don’t slurp, or blow on hot tea to cool it. The cup is put down on the saucer in between sips.

 Is it vegan and vegetarian?

It is caffeine free, vegan and vegetarian safe, dairy free, gluten free and sugar free. It’s a great alternative to caffeine with absolutely no jitters, so aids in cleansing fat away and is safe and rapid. This Shrinking Tea contains no fats or carbohydrates.