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Herbal Infusions

raw herbal tea in a bowl

This grand selection of herbal infusions, or tisanes, presents single ingredient brews that have been crafted using the bark, leaves, roots, flowers, of certain plants and even fungi in some cases. These herbal drinks are all organic or wild harvested from natural sources and are notable for all being naturally caffeine-free.

  • Bitter Melon

    An herbal infusion made from a unique tropical fruit
    39 Review(s)
  • Blackberry Leaf Tea

    A tasty infusion of blackberry leaves
    16 Review(s)
  • Burdock Root

    A peppery tea fashioned from burdock root
    50 Review(s)
  • Butcher's Broom Tea

    An herbal root tea made of butcher’s broom
    2 Review(s)
  • Chaga Mushroom

    A mushroom tea called “Diamond of the Forest”
    246 Review(s)
  • Corn Silk

    A flavourful infusion from powdered corn silk strands
    42 Review(s)
  • Cranberry Tea

    A delightfully tart tea made from cranberries
    12 Review(s)
  • Dandelion Root

    A rich earthy infusion from the root of dandelions
    13 Review(s)
  • Eucalyptus Leaf Tea

    A fragrant infusion of eucalyptus leaves
    17 Review(s)
  • Ginkgo Biloba Tea

    A fresh herbal tea made of ginkgo biloba leaves
    8 Review(s)
  • Gotu Kola

    A savoury infusion from the tiny leaves of gotu kola
    16 Review(s)
  • Gymnema Tea

    A subtle infusion of tropical gymnema leaves
    19 Review(s)
  • Hawthorn Berry Tea

    Tea made from tart-flavoured hawthorn berries
    10 Review(s)
  • Horsetail

    A light, aromatic infusion from the horsetail plant
    19 Review(s)
  • Lemon Balm

    An infusion with a refreshing lemony scent and flavour
    17 Review(s)
  • Linden Tea

    A charming tea made of linden leaves and flowers
    27 Review(s)
  • Maca Tea

    A valuable tea from the rich maca root of Peru
    6 Review(s)
  • Marshmallow Leaf

    A delectable infusion made from marshmallow leaf
    22 Review(s)
  • Moringa

    A popular infusion from the Moringa leaf
    11 Review(s)
  • Mugwort

    An uncommon savoury infusion for any time of day
    48 Review(s)
  • Mullein Leaf

    A refreshing herbal infusion of mullein leaf
    14 Review(s)
  • Nettle Leaf

    A nettle leaf tea infusion with a sweet herbal taste
    18 Review(s)
  • Papaya Leaf

    A remarkable infusion from the potent papaya leaf
    34 Review(s)
  • Parsley Leaf

    An infusion fashioned from the delicate parsley leaf
    9 Review(s)
  • Pau d'Arco

    An earthy bark infusion made from the pau d'arco tree
    25 Review(s)
  • Plantain Leaf Tea

    An organic tea from the plantain leaf shrub
    4 Review(s)
  • Rooibos Red Tea

    A sweet honey-like tea of African origin
    14 Review(s)
  • Sage Leaf

    The savoury taste of a fresh sage
    9 Review(s)
  • Sarsaparilla Root

    A sweet infusion with the classic sarsaparilla taste
    22 Review(s)
  • Spearmint Leaf

    A rejuvenating infusion with a sweet, minty flavour
    14 Review(s)
  • Thyme Leaf

    An infusion with the complex, inviting taste of thyme
    20 Review(s)
  • Turmeric Ginger

    A dynamic blend of two flavourful Asian spices
    134 Review(s)

Although not as well known as the more common green teas and black teas, herbal infusions carry a history and heritage almost as old as mankind itself. Also known as a tisane, an herbal infusion is an infusion made from one or more parts of a plant, and some fungi as well. Unlike other teas, which are made solely from the camellia sinensis leaves, herbal infusions can be brewed not only from leaves, but seeds, roots, flowers, fruit, even bark. Created first by herbalists, many of these infusions have existed for centuries or longer.

Each unique in their creation, every herbal infusion tells a story – a story of their creation, and of the people and culture that birthed it. A sip of these herbal brews allows you a glimpse into their stories. Indulge in the warm spices of India through a cup of turmeric ginger tea or, discover why the Chinese called chaga the “king of herbs”. Whichever tea you choose, a new journey awaits you, and every sip makes its rich history a little more your own.