Please explain how these sweet-tasting teas are advertised as "no sugar added" ? Only some contain rooibos. Does that mean there is sugar present from other ingredients? If so, how much? [more inside]
posted by Viola
on Jun 22, 2011 -
I've been wearing the Body Shop's cinnamon spice oil, sometimes layered with their chocolate perfume (Amorito) for a couple of years. I've finally run out of both and the local Body Shop tells me they've been discontinued. Now I'm looking for an essential oil or perfume with both chocolate and cinnamon notes to replace the combination that won't break the bank if I wear it daily. [more inside]
posted by immlass
on Sep 9, 2009 -
OralFixationFilter: Until recently, I had a steady habit of those caffeinated delights, Penguin Mints--specifically the 'Cinnamons' variety. I love the way they taste, but am looking to cut back on my caffeine intake.
So I'm wondering: can anyone recommend a brand or variety of cinnamon mints ('cinnamints'? Not too up on my candy terminology) which would taste similar but not have any caffeine?
posted by cyrusdogstar
on Nov 21, 2005 -