Reaction to caffeine in chai flavor?

Do you get anxious from the chai flavor? I react badly to coffee but not to tea and energy drinks.

Not really, but to be honest, 200mg of caffeine also doesn’t have a significant impact on me. :slight_smile:

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If you’re not used to it, the caffeine can definitely cause some anxiety!

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I strongly suggest removing caffeine from all flavours in the next edition (v4).
And I am sure lots of users would agree with this.
Normal foods usually don’t contain caffeine either.

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@marba Only our Coffee and Chai flavours contain caffeine. All our other Plenny Shake flavours and Plenny meals are caffeine-free.

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I know. But why can’t you make those flavours caffeine-free? The shakes are supposed to be “food” - and food usually is caffeine free.

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That’s because the flavours are coffee and Chai tea, which naturally contain caffeine. Wouldn’t it be weirder if they didn’t have caffeine? :man_shrugging:

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No. There are people who like the flavour but not the caffeine. The caffeine addition makes it impossible to have your product in the evening. I would consume a lot more of it if it were caffeine free.

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yeah i definitely agree with you here. if you dont want caffeine its probably not the brightest idea to get coffee of all flavours

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but on the other hand it makes it ideal as a morning shake. coffee without caffeine is like strawberry without the sweetness,

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Well, there are people who love the flavour - so much that they get too much caffeine anyway and try to reduce it whereever possible. I don’t like the other flavours, but dinner cancelling every evening is not a good solution in the long term. I use decaf whenever possible and would really appreciate it if the JJ powder was available as decaf, too.

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Oh, I’d love to order coffee flavs but yeah, I stick to decaf now and any bigger amount of caffeine would give me an instant anxiety attack, so there’s more of us :smiley: