Herbal Teas

Our Caffeine Free Herbal teas combine exotic and delicious flavors with herbal tea. Shop online for caffeine free herbal teas like our bestselling Tranquil Mind – sleepy time tea, Chamomile Tea, Vanilla Lemongrass, Strawberry Kiwi and many, many more of the best caffeine free herbal tea flavors imaginable.

Our Caffeine Free Herbal teas are carefully selected, and many are handcrafted in-house. We micro-blend and package small batches assuring you get the best loose leaf tea for each cup.

At The Spice & Tea Shoppe we never compromise on quality and strive to offer you only the best loose leaf tea because we feel you deserve it.

  • Be Well Ginseng is a soothing and harmonious herbal tea that blends ginseng, licorice root, peppermint and St. John's wort. The ginseng and peppermint pair perfectly with the sweet, soothing finish provided by the other herbs. Also, delightful iced with a slice of lemon. Steep: 2-3 tsp, Boiling Water, 5-7 Minutes

    Be Well Ginseng Tea

    Be Well Ginseng is a soothing and harmonious herbal tea that blends ginseng, licorice root, peppermint and St. John's wort. The ginseng and peppermint pair perfectly with the sweet, soothing finish provided by the other herbs. Also, delightful iced with...

  • Berries and roses are blended to create the vibrant magenta base for our one-of-a-kind prickly pear herbal tea. Perfect for any long, hot summer afternoon, this tea is beautiful served over ice and lends well for a mature cocktail. Steep: 2-3 tsp, Boiling Water, 5-7 Minutes

    Bohemian Rhapsody

    A Bohemian is one who is unconventional in their quest for artistic, musical, literary or spiritual pursuits and may or may not be a wanderer, adventurer or vagabond believing in truth, freedom and love. This flavorful fusion of fruits and flowers is...

  • Commonly used by Do It Yourself home tea blenders, catnip, nepata cataria, can be brewed to produce an herbal tea that has a calming and relaxing effect on humans. Combine it with chamomile to increase the calming effect.

    Catnip

    Commonly used by Do It Yourself home tea blenders, catnip, nepata cataria, can be brewed to produce an herbal tea that has a calming and relaxing effect on humans. Combine it with chamomile to increase the calming effect. 0 Ingredients: Dried Catnip

  • Chicory root is used in roasted ground form as a substitute for, or additive to, coffee. Native to Europe, it was brought to North America in the 1700s and is now well established across the continent but during the American Civil War, Louisianans looked to adding chicory root to their coffee when Union naval blockades cut off the port of New Orleans. With shipments coming to a halt, desperate New Orleanians looking for their coffee fix began mixing things with coffee to stretch out the supply. Hence, the invention of Chicory Coffee.

    Chicory Root

    Chicory root is used in roasted ground form as a substitute for, or additive to, coffee. Native to Europe, it was brought to North America in the 1700s and is now well established across the continent but during the American Civil War, Louisianans looked...

  • Detox herbal tisane is a blend of herbs, including linden blossoms, lemon myrtle and spearmint, that can help provide a gentle way for the body to cleanse itself. We simply love the taste as an everyday tea and find it to be a delicious way to feel naturally refreshed. Wonderful hot and iced. Steep: 2-3 tsp, Boiling Water, 5-7 Minutes

    Detox Tea

    Detox herbal tisane is a blend of herbs, including linden blossoms, lemon myrtle and spearmint, that can help provide a gentle way for the body to cleanse itself. We simply love the taste as an everyday tea and find it to be a delicious way to feel...

  • Chamomile blossoms, or flowers, resemble a daisy flower in appearance and are best known for the delicious aromatic herbal tea that they produce. Chamomile flowers are widely used as a mild sedative and for insomnia. Steep: 2-3 tsp, Boiling Water, 5-7 Minutes

    Egyptian Chamomile

    Chamomile blossoms, or flowers, resemble a daisy flower in appearance and are best known for the delicious aromatic herbal tea that they produce. Chamomile flowers are widely used as a mild sedative and for insomnia. Steeping Instructions: 1-1.5 tsp,...

  • This sweet and subtly spicy mix of herbs and spices was nicknamed "Happiness in a Little Cup" by one of our customers, we liked the name so much that we decided to officially rename it. Our handcrafted Happiness in a Little Cup perfectly blends sweet flavors of licorice root, spearmint and raspberry leaves with citrus notes from orange peel and lemon verbena and finishes with hints of cinnamon and rose. Our Happiness in a Little Cup has always been one of our most popular caffeine free blends. Steep: 2-3 tsp, Boiling Water, 5-7 Minutes

    Happiness in a Little Cup

    This sweet and subtly spicy mix of herbs and spices was nicknamed "Happiness in a Little Cup" by one of our customers, we liked the name so much that we decided to officially rename it. Our handcrafted Happiness in a Little Cup perfectly blends sweet...

  • Sourced from North Africa, these hibiscus flowers are full flavored and have a rosy, tart flavor. Preferred over whole hibiscus for tea use.

    Hibiscus

    Sourced from North Africa, these hibiscus flowers are full flavored and have a rosy, tart flavor. Preferred over whole hibiscus for tea use.   Ingredients: Hibiscus Flowers

  • Used by ancient Greeks and Romans to alter the flavor of wine, lemon balm has a delicate lemony flavor. Use to sweeten jam, jellies, as an addition to salad, and as a flavoring for various fish and poultry dishes (and even liqueurs). It is also often used as a tea ingredient to add a crisp citrusy flavor.

    Lemon Balm

    Used by ancient Greeks and Romans to alter the flavor of wine, lemon balm has a delicate lemony flavor. Use to sweeten jam, jellies, as an addition to salad, and as a flavoring for various fish and poultry dishes (and even liqueurs). It is also often...

  • Lemon Ginger Tulsi is a caffeine free blend that fuses Krishna, Rama and Vana Tulsi along with ginger and lemon myrtle to create a delicious combination that provides a kick of ginger spice with a slight citrus tartness on the palate. Goes well hot and iced. Steep: 2-3 tsp, Boiling Water, 5-7 Minutes

    Lemon Ginger Tulsi

    Lemon Ginger Tulsi is a caffeine free blend that fuses Krishna, Rama and Vana Tulsi along with ginger and lemon myrtle to create a delicious combination that provides a kick of ginger spice with a slight citrus tartness on the palate. Goes well hot and...

  • Lemongrass is common in Southeast Asia and is widely grown in other parts of the world. It has a strong citrus flavor. It is very prominent in the cuisines of Thailand and Vietnam. It tastes good with/in curries, soups, stews and casseroles particularly those made with chicken and seafood. Please note: Lemongrass should not be used during pregnancy.

    Lemongrass

    Lemongrass is common in Southeast Asia and is widely grown in other parts of the world. It has a strong citrus flavor. It is very prominent in the cuisines of Thailand and Vietnam. It tastes good with/in curries, soups, stews and casseroles particularly...

  • The Licorice Root we carry is commonly used by the do it yourself home tea blender and is cut into the perfect 1/4-inch size. Since this is root herb make sure you steep it for at least ten minutes or more.

    Licorice Root

    The Licorice Root we carry is commonly used by the do it yourself home tea blender and is cut into the perfect 1/4-inch size. Since this is root herb make sure you steep it for at least ten minutes or more. Steeping Instructions: 1-1.5 tsp, Boiling...

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