Teas from blends such as chamomile, peppermint, redbush, lemon verbena, hibiscus etc. are truly not teas but tisanes or commonly known as herbal teas. These tisanes come from the herb plant and do not contain leaves from the camellia sinensis tea plant. A tisane or herbal tea does not contain caffeine. Loose herbal teas come in so many different varieties.
Organic Double The Mint loose leaf tea, is a blend of peppermint with the subtle undertones of spearmint making it a smoother minty taste.
We have all eaten too much from time to time and although this seemed like a good idea at the time, we are left feeling uncomfortable afterwards. Why not try Organic Settle a Full Tummy loose herbal tea. A great gift to buy for guests at a dinner party.
Having trouble sleeping then try our very popular Organic Good Night! Sleep Tight! loose leaf herbal tea. Drink this loose herbal tea before bed and you will sleep like a baby!
To make a loose leaf herbal tea is quite simple. You just need to remember to steep it for a longer time than say a loose leaf black tea or a loose leaf green tea to get the full flavour.
To make your loose leaf herbal tea just boil the kettle, pour water over a teaspoon of loose leaf herbal tea, allow to steep for more than 2-3 minutes and enjoy. The longer you allow your loose herbal tea to steep the deeper the flavour. Add sugar or honey to taste.
For multiple steeps, you can top up your drink with hot water as often as you like. With each steep the flavour of the loose leaf herbal tea will be different but just as delicious.