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caffeine free tea

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  1. Chamomile Flowers

    Chamomile Flowers

    It’s long been known that the best chamomile tea comes from brewing the whole flowers. So guess what we sell? That’s right, only the whole flowers of the Croatian chamomile bush. You may have noticed most other chamomile teas are made from dusty little bits – this is the crushed flowers, which, in our view, is a plain nasty thing to do. Equally, well known are the medicinal benefits of chamomile, which include sleep-promoting properties, relaxing muscles and soothing anxiety. Learn More
  2. rooibos


    We’ve called it simply Rooibos but this one is a blend of two native bushes from South Africa. Rooibos (Afrikaans for red bush) and Honey Bush grow only in the Cedarberg region of South Africa. Both shrubs are harvested and processed in much the same way as tea giving you the closest thing to your regular cuppa but naturally without the caffeine. It’s particularly high in antioxidants and nutrients too. Learn More
  3. lemon & ginger

    lemon & ginger

    This all natural, gingery lemon brew will sweep you away to a British summer's day. There is no match for the ginger kick and refreshing lemon in this blend. Equally refreshing hot or cold. Learn More
  4. liquorice & peppermint

    liquorice & peppermint

    Liquorice has been used for centuries in Chinese medicine and is also extremely popular with the Dutch. We've blended pure liquorice root with whole peppermint leaves to create a naturally sweet and refreshing drink. Learn More
  5. peppermint tea

    peppermint tea

    As with our other teas, we insist that our herbal ones always use the whole leaf or flower. We think the leaf should be worshipped, not crushed. Because we use whole peppermint leaves, you’ll find the flavour of this blend much stronger and fresher than regular dusty paper teabags. Peppermint is great for soothing sore tummies and helping us to keep a healthy digestive systems. Learn More
  6. pure lemongrass tea

    pure lemongrass tea

    As well as being a delicious ingredient in cooking, lemongrass is drunk all over Asia to help digestions and kill off any tummy nasties. It looks like little sticks but boy does it taste good - pure, delicate and completely refreshing. It’s great iced too! Learn More
  7. rooibos crème caramel

    rooibos crème caramel

    This tea really does have it all. Not only is it rich in antioxidants and nutrients, making it a very healthy cuppa, but the natural caramel flavour makes for a sweet, rich, comforting drink to rival any scrumptious dessert. Some temples even contain tiny chunks of real caramel though we can't guarantee they all do. If you get all 15 full of chunks, you've really hit the sweetness jackpot! Learn More
  8. spiced winter red

    spiced winter red

    We've captured the best bits of winter. Mulled wine and mistletoe. Winter coats and rosy cheeks. Tea and warming spices. A blend of orange, cloves and cinnamon on a red tea base, perfect on a crisp frosty day. Learn More
  9. super fruit

    super fruit

    We can't get enough of our blueberries and cranberries since we fount out they're packed full of super powers. For an antioxidant boots, try this blend of real berry pieces which deliver a unique, punchy taste. Learn More
  10. yerba mate

    yerba mate

    Yerba mate (pronounced yerba mah-tey) is native to South America where it’s been used for centuries by native tribes who believe in its ability to naturally energise, focus and rejuvenate the body. If that wasn’t enough, this special little shrub is jammed packed full of goodness and in 1964 The Pasteur Institute and the Paris Scientific society were so interested in this healthy source of vitamins they did a thorough study of the plant’s properties. They concluded "it is difficult to find a plant in any area of the world equal to mate in nutritional value" and that yerba mate contains "practically all of the vitamins necessary to sustain life." Wowsers, that’s some statement – no wonder teapigs Nick, Becky, James and Reggie adore this blend! Learn More
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