A selection of dried, natural herbs that offer a caffeine-free alternative to real tea.

  1. As low as £9.00
    This well known and much used herb with its summer meadow scent is famed for its relaxing and calming effect. An ideal hot alternative to tea especially in the evening.
  2. As low as £9.00
    Feng Shui has the goal to create harmony between human beings and their surroundings. Each ingredient in our herb tea blend represents an element of Feng Shui principals regarding shape and colour which is rounded off with the balance of delicious natural flavours, strawberry and bergamot.
  3. As low as £7.00
    Hemp has been used traditionally for many thousands of years and is experiencing something of a revival at the moment. It is suggested that it is more efficaceous when taken with a milk or an alternative milk as the fat content makes the active ingredients more available. Please note this tea will not make you high!
  4. As low as £8.00
    This is a wonderfully sweet, fruity combination of flavours including strawberries, fresh oranges and mellow honey. A special highlight is brought about by the addition of Cui Min Quingshan and Yunnan Silver Bud Ya Bao two rare, Chinese white teas. Fennel is the predominant herb with candied pineapple lending a subtle sweetness, to the herbal components. The addition of the white tea buds means that it is not caffeine free, so the blend gives a little boost of energy.
  5. As low as £7.00
    The honeybush plant grows wild in South Africa and is laden with honey-scented, yellow flowers. It is rich in antioxidants.
  6. As low as £11.00
    We've loaded this blend with every herb that is associated with boosting the immune system. The ingredients have a pleasant flavour, with the sweet, spicy notes of moringa, the green tea-like taste of mulberry, effervescent lemon myrtle and lemon verbena combining deliciously. These flavours are complemented with ginger and cinnamon and finished with a dash of natural lemon oil.
  7. As low as £9.00
    The infusion has sweet, citrusy notes as well as the beautiful perfume of lavender. An infusion of flowerheads added to a cup of boiling water soothes and relaxes at bedtime.
  8. As low as £8.00
    This lemon verbena is grown in Spain and although a member of the verbena, or vervain, family it is this particular variety, Aloysia Triphylla that contains the most essential oil. It contains many fragrant compounds as well as limonene, including geranium and neroli, which all contribute to its pleasant lemon fresh taste. The fresh lemon flavour can have calming and digestive qualities.
  9. As low as £9.00
    Liquorice root adds a natural sweetness to any tea without the calories. Add just a small amount to any tea and enjoy the pleasant sweet, soothing aftertaste. The distinctive flavour of liquorice is largely due to a flavour compound called anethole, which is also found in anise, fennel (both in the botanical family Apiaceae), anise myrtle (Myrtaceae), liquorice (Fabaceae), camphor, magnolia blossoms, and star anise (Illiciaceae). Drunk in moderation it is thought to have many health benefits.
  10. As low as £9.00
    A blend created with Ayurvedic principles. Composed of a complex mix of Indian herbs and spices it is designed to boost energy by restoring the body's natural equilibrium. It has a chai-like flavour and is great drunk alone but blends well with orthodox tea too.
  11. As low as £23.00
    The legendary Moringa tree originated in the foothills of the Himalayan mountain range. It has long been used in Indian medicine and is known as the 'magic tree'. These "magic leaves"� taste fresh and mildly spicy with a pleasant sweet note, not dissimilar to Japanese green tea, Gyokuro. Moringa is full of nutrients, including 10% protein content, vitamins B6, C, B2, A, magnesium and iron. It also contains quercetin and chlorogenic acid. A delicious caffeine free alternative that refreshes but won't keep you awake at night.
  12. As low as £8.00
    A very potent herb that is of great relief to those who suffer from digestive problems, often drunk after a meal. The fresh, minty flavour is cool and cleansing on the palate. Its principal active ingredients and flavour components are from the menthol group, and pinene and limonene. These give the characteristic cooling quality to the infusion.
  13. As low as £9.00
    This blend of herbs is thought to help with detoxing. The main components are nettle leaf, spearmint, rose and mulberry. Fennel seeds add a gentle sweetness to the flavour and are thought to be a digestive. The cleansing, citrus quality of natural mandarin oil adds to the feeling of purification this blend seeks to evoke.
  14. As low as £30.00
    A caffeine free, refreshing infusion to enjoy anytime. A herb reputed to help women during the last two weeks of pregnancy. Its flavour is reminiscent of meadow grasses and black tea.
  15. As low as £10.00
    This blend of efficacious herbs is thought to help with relaxation, de-stressing and meditation. It has a soothing but uplifting character with the lemon myrtle and balm mint lending their natural lemon flavour to a rich infusion that carries notes of green tea and summer meadows from the moringa leaf and St. John's wort. We add a hint of strawberry to suggest a sweet quality to the flavour.
  16. As low as £8.00
    Spearmint tea with a mellow, sweet minty flavour and soothing infusion. Spearmint is used for its aromatic oil, oil of spearmint. The compound carvone gives spearmint its distinctive smell. Spearmint also contains significant amounts of limonene, carvone, and cineol. Unlike peppermint, it contains minimal amounts of menthol and menthone and therefore the two taste very different.