Herbal Tea Buying Guide
Herbal tisanes encompass a wide range of flavors, caffeine content and health benefits. Some are single-ingredient, like our tingly peppermint or tangy hibiscus flowers, while others are blends that will amaze your senses.
Let us help you find your favorites with this herbal tea buying guide!
We love the therapeutic properties of ginger and tulsi. Peppermint helps to soothe the digestive tract. Chamomile is known to encourage rest and is also an anti-inflammatory.
Bold flavors and colorful infusions define our herbal collection. Choose from naturally caffeine-free rooibos or invigorating and caffeinated Yerba Mate and all of the blossoms, stems, petals and fruit in between. There are woodsy mixes and floral combinations. Take your pick.
Invigorating Yerba Mate
Herbal Teas to Explore
This complex yet harmonious tisane offers lemon verbena and rose upfront. Ginger and cinnamon provide depth. Apple smooths out the flavor, creating quite a delicious fusion.
Delicate blue cornflower blossoms are a misdirect—bold ginger rules the flavor of this no-caffeine brew! Apple pieces balance the zing of ginger while blueberries and heather blossoms sweeten the infusion.
Sweet peaches are the perfect compliment to rose petals and green honeybush. This unoxidized version gives a lighter, fresher flavor than a standard honeybush.
Delightful citrus flavors combine well with sweet hibiscus and orange peel, while rose hips add tartness to this tisane. Bright, tart blood orange shines through in this invigorating cup, yet the aftertaste is soft with a satisfying finish.
Green yerba mate gives this blend a pine-like flavor of freshly cut wood. Ginger and peppercorns deliver a warming hint of heat. And star anise and other spices produce a sophistication and complexity that set this mixture apart from your usual yerba mate.
Notes of dark chocolate and fresh mint come forward while rooibos adds a nutty finish. Chocolate Mint Rooibos is a treat that is also easy on the digestive system. This rooibos is a healthy and satisfying dessert in a cup.
This calming brew offers soft aromas of mint and citrus. Chamomile lends a mild floral sweetness while also helping to lull you off to sleep.
The one thing that unites all herbals is that they do not come from the Camellia Sinensis plant.
Try our Herbal Sampler.
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