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Collection: Herbal tea bags

A selection of our most popular herbal teas are also available as herbal tea bags, for a simple way to brew uniquely delicious herbal tea at home.Whether it be our palate-cleansing Peppermint or our honey-sweet Chamomile, all of our herbal tea bags are naturally caffeine-free, making them the perfect choice for the evening or after a meal. 

Each herbal tea bag is filled with our carefully sourced herbs, with plenty of room for them to move around to ensure the best possible flavour. Each tea bag is 100% plastic-free and fully compostable, so once you’re done brewing do be sure to pop your tea bag in the food waste bin.

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FAQs

Does herbal tea help you sleep?

Herbal teas are naturally caffeine-free so are a popular choice for the evening.

In particular, Chamomile tea is known for its sleep-inducing properties. Find out more about chamomile herbal tea.

Is drinking herbal tea hydrating?

Herbal tea is naturally caffeine-free and as such is not a diuretic like other caffeinated tea types. Herbal tea can therefore be considered a hydrating drink. 
There are many types of herbal tea, as the infusion in water of any herb, seed or root tends to fall under this category of tea. Some of our most popular herbal teas include:

- Chamomile tea
- Peppermint tea
- Hibiscus tea
- Rooibos tea

Can you reinfuse herbal tea bags?

Unlike good quality Oolong, green and white teas which some believe are increasingly potent in later infusions, the flavour in the first infusion of a Herbal teas is undoubtedly the most flavoursome. There is no harm in re-infusing herbal teas, but depending on the strength of the particular tea, you may find your second cup a little lacklustre. 

How do I make the perfect cup of herbal tea?

To make the perfect cup of Herbal tea, you need two things:

1) Good quality Herbal tea
2) Good water

It then comes down to the brewing, which is specific to each Herbal tea. Most Herbal teas should be brewed in boiling water, in order to release their essential oils, for 3- 5 minutes. Find out more about the importance of good water and how to make loose leaf tea.

What are the benefits of herbal tea?

Herbs have been used as natural remedies for centuries to cure a whole host of ailments. From soothing pain to calming nerves, fighting infection to aiding weight loss, nature’s herbs provide a wealth of medicinal benefits and are well suited to being enjoyed in tea form. For example, Chamomile promotes sleep, making these yellow-gold blossoms the perfect just-before-bed tea, while Lemon Verbena has a calming effect on your organs, helping to reduce pain such as cramps, bloating and indigestion.

Find out more about herbal tea.

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