The answer is a bit more complex than a simple yes or no. Some teas are keto friendly, some may not be.
Pure teas, including white tea, green tea, black tea, oolong tea, and pu-erh, are keto friendly on their own. The main thing to watch out for is fruits and other ingredients that may contain carbohydrates. Teas with large pieces of dried fruit may give you some sugars and carbohydrates that won’t fit in with your diet. Some dessert teas contain small candies or chocolate chips that you will want to stay away from on the diet. Also, you may get some carbs from genmaicha, which is green tea with puffed rice. For the record, all of our teas at Plum Deluxe are sugar free.