Healthy Beverage Choices for Kids: Little Me Tea Review and Giveaway

Iced tea has caffeine.

Juice? Too much sugar.

Soda? No. Just no.

It’s hard to choose the right beverage to give your kids. Water is great, and while most kids will drink it, just as many will balk when given plain water every single time. The choice gets even harder when, like my family, you opt to not serve cow’s milk.

The options are most definitely few.

Until now! Check this out: We’ve found a tea-based kids’ drink that is not only really good for little bodies, but it tastes great, too. I’d like to introduce you to Little Me Tea!

Little Me Tea is starting a revolution in kids’ drinks, containing:

  • 100% USDA certified organic ingredients
  • A blend of white, Rooibos, hibiscus and chamomile teas
  •  Only 7 grams of sugar per serving
  • Water for hydration
  • Natural electrolytes
  • Fruit and vegetable juices, which provide antioxidants, beta-carotene, and other naturally-occurring fruits and vegetables.
  • NO caffeine
  • NO synthetic vitamins
  • NO gluten

Check out the benefits of tea page on LMT’s website to learn more (and don’t forget to check out the recipe section while you’re there!)

What more could you want from a kids’ drink?!  My son is a true fan of the flavor, and I’m a fan of all the good stuff inside. We’ll be trusting our sippy cups to Little Me Tea for a long time to come…

It’s HUG-worthy!


Little Me Tea is available in 6 packs of 32 oz. containers. Choose from Julia’s Tropical, Zane’s Grape, or a mixed 6-pack. Purchase it here.


Little Me Tea has offered TWO lucky ABCGP readers a mixed case of tea! Enter using the easy Rafflecopter form below. Good luck!

*Disclosure: This is a Type C Post. I received product samples to facilitate my review, but I was under no obligation to provide a positive review of the product. All comments are based on my own honest opinion after using the product.

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  1. juice

  2. Wow, I had no idea that it was that low in sugar and contained veggie juice and fruit juice as well.

  3. Ursula Thomas says:

    My daughter’s favorite drink is Sunny D! Thank you so much for this awesome giveaway! Have a wonderful day :)

  4. anne perry says:

    Water, coconut water & pineapple juice

  5. My kids drink water all the time…but if you asked them they would say juice! My kids are 3 & 4 and they have only had sips of soda (I have NEVER ordered them a soda nor have I ever given them a cup or can of it). Juice is special in our house! But who doesn’t love juice? I do look for juices that are 100% juice! My kids also love hot tea, so I am sure they would love this! :)
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  6. I learned that the tea is caffeine free and comes in two flavors: tropical and grape!
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  7. Seyma Shabbir says:

    apple juice, grape juice

  8. Seyma Shabbir says:

    tea is caffeine free, which is good otherwise I would not give it to my kids! :)

  9. milk

  10. Amanda N. says:

    Water is my son’s favorite beverage! haha Sometimes he chooses to drink milk or juice, but most of the time he just wants water. :-)

  11. Amanda N. says:

    I learned that it’s full of antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals.

  12. Well, breastmilk is still my son’s favorite, but we’d love to try this!

  13. Ttrockwood says:

    My nephews favorite is a mug of hot cider for dessert

  14. Ttrockwood says:

    I learned its extra hydrating with electrolytes and low sugar

  15. Re Morgan says:

    freshly squeezed lemonade

  16. Re Morgan says:

    it’s not riddled with sugar, it’s caffeine free and it’s loaded with antioxidents

  17. My kids love the Juicy Juice boxes, but this looks like something they would like too!
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  18. My son loves orange juice!


  19. water, crystal light

  20. Lemonade

  21. Michele P. says:

    right now my grandsons and daughter are drinking juice and water

  22. Michele P. says:

    I learned that tea is the second most consumed products in the world right after water…

  23. My little girl loves water!

  24. christine jessamine says:

    my daughter loves apple juice or apple cider

  25. The tea is caffeine free and comes in fun flavors! Sounds yummy!

  26. my child’s fave is apple juice
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  27. crystal allen says:

    my daughter loves sunny d and chocolate milk thanks

  28. My daughter’s favorite drink is cold water from the fridge and my son’s favorite drink is white milk!
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  29. Wow, I was kind of shock at first seeing that it was tea for kids as the tea I drink is bitterbitterbitter! And it was nice to learn that this tea was caffeine free~

  30. Chocolate milk!!
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  31. Little one likes anything in a pouch or juice box
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  32. Love it! My daughter (age 2 and 1/2) is always asking for a sip of Mommy’s or Daddy’s “cossee” (coffee) or tea. I love that this product would allow her to have her own! For the most part our daughter is strictly a milk/water drinker with the occasional juice or apple cider (about 2-3 times a week, less than 6 oz). Thanks;)
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  33. Love that the sugar content is so low, but they add some juice to it as well:) My daughter would love it! I was sorry to see that it’s currently only distributed in the South…would love to see some in PA!

  34. Milk!
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