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Tea Benefits of Herbal Tea:
• Delicious source of antioxidants and vitamins
• Herbal infusions blend well with other teas for added flavor and benefits
• Naturally caffeine-free

Herbal Teas includes everything one can possibly steep or infuse in hot water that does not originate from the tea bush, Camellia Sinensis. This means that herbals are, by definition, not tea; rather they are more precisely called "tisanes". However, many people are simply more familiar with the term "herbal tea" than with "tisane," so herbal tea suits us just fine.

Herbal teas include herbs, flowers, berries, spices, roots, fruits or other flora sources. Long used for their medicinal qualities, most of the ingredients in our herbal teas have been consumed for centuries, even millennia. Herbals include such classic remedies as nausea-reducing ginger and sleep-inducing chamomile, as well as more exotic flavors like rooibos: a South African staple that produces a deep red and deliciously floral elixir that is at least as antioxidant-rich as any tea, yet naturally caffeine-free.

Our herbals are blended with lavishly delicious flavors, from famously soothing mints to exotic ingredients like cacao, fennel, anise, cardamom and lemongrass, and to succulent, juicy fruits like raspberry, orange, apple and even tart, but deliciously sweet pomegranate.

All are wonderfully unique and naturally caffeine-free and suited for anyone, at any time of day. In short, herbal teas open up a whole new vista in the palate of possibilities.

Making loose herbal tea usually requires hot water at 208º, 1.5 tsp of loose tea per 8 oz of water and steep time of 4-5 minutes.  Many herbal teas taste great when iced, to make herbal iced teas, simply double the amount of tea used.  Steep with the same hot water temperature and steep time as if making hot tea, then pour the brewed tea into a cup nearly full of ice.