About Herbal Tea

Herbal teas are composed of such plant matter as herbs, spices, berries, and flowers. You may also encounter less expected materials such as roots, bark, or fungi. Herbal teas are technically free of caffeine, but many contain herbs that are considered to be stimulants.

 

Hibiscus

Using the dried, vibrantly colored calyces of the hibiscus flower, this herbal tea is tart,

$4.50 / oz

Wild Sarsaparilla

Get ready for wonderful! A strong note of sarsaparilla is the star of this blend, backed by the

$4.50 / oz

Hibiscus

$4.50 / oz

Star Anise

$4.50 / oz

Peppermint

$4.25 / oz

Peachy Keen

$4.25 / oz

Chamomile

$4.25 / oz

Berry Beautiful

$4.25 / oz

 

About Herbal Tea

Herbal teas are composed of such plant matter as herbs, spices, berries, and flowers. You may also encounter less expected materials such as roots, bark, or fungi. Because herbal “tea” is made up of plant matter other than the Camelia sinensis, it is not a “true” tea. Herbal blends are still generally referred to as tea because of their similar preparation methods. Herbal teas are technically free of caffeine, but many contain herbs that are considered to be stimulants. We encourage you to take a thorough look at the ingredients of our teas, which we carefully label.

Brewing Herbal Tea

 

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