Loose Leaf Herbal Tea
Need the best caffeine-free teas for a morning energy boost? Or a sleepy time of herbs that taste delicious and may help you fall asleep easily? Or you want to make herbal iced tea to drink throughout the day? We sourced over 70 unique blends with traditional, simple, beneficial, or rare ingredients.
Origins of Our Herbal Teas
Herbal teas of tisanes include a wide variety of ingredients from all over the world. We source our unflavored and flavored herbal teas from different continents–from South America to Asia and Africa. Herbal teas are all teas made from any plant, fruit, flower, or root except Camellia sinensis. They can offer hundreds of flavors and hundreds of health benefits, but share two important characteristics: they are very easy to brew and contain no caffeine. The exception is Yerba Mate, a South American naturally caffeinated herbal tea.
Many tisanes are rich in antioxidants, such as chamomile, honeybush or rooibos Some of them are very rare and unique–unfermented naturally caffeine-free green rooibos that can easily be compared with green tea in both benefits and flavor, roasted Yerba Mate with unique roasted notes similar to some black teas and perfect for cold brewing, or different adaptogens such as eleuthero root, ashwagandha and tulsi.
Best Loose Leaf Herbal Teas
Want to take a step away from regular pure herbal teas? All our tisanes are uniquely blended to add interesting, warming, soothing, refreshing or exciting notes to base ingredients.
Must try herbal teas:
- Blood Orange herbal rooibos tea for a flavor explosion in your nose and mouth
- Earl Grey „de la creme“ herbal rooibos tea scented with bergamot essential oil and vanilla
- Green Berry Delight rare green rooibos tea with berries
- Turmeric Comfort blend a herbal alternative to Masala Chai enriched with turmeric, honey bush and bee pollen
- Lemon Chamomile blend with two most classical caffeine-free ingredients in the world
Brewing Tips for a Great Cup
Herbal tea is usually very easy to brew. Bring fresh spring water to a boil and let it cool down for 5-10 seconds. By allowing it to cool down, hard water particles will settle on the bottom and give a clear liquor and better flavor. You can brew all herbal teas with boiling water except for green Yerba Mate.
Preheat your teapot or a mug by pouring boiled water in and out. Measure one or two teaspoons of your favorite herbal tea. Place the leaves into a teapot or use an infuser and steep for 3-5 minutes or longer. Strain. Drink the tea while still hot. You can re-steep the same leaves until the flavor is gone, usually one more time.
Why shop at our herbal tea store?
We believe that a cup of tea should not only offer you benefits and great flavor but lots of fun and happiness too. To achieve this, we are dedicated to sourcing premium quality pure loose leaf tea, unique tea blends and tisanes. Behind Simple Loose Leaf is a passionate family business that believes that drinking green tea can make a great difference in your life too. But our mission doesn’t stop here. We are dedicated to making positive changes in our community by caring about people and the environment. That’s why our tea containers are made from 100% Recycled Paper and 70% + Recycled Aluminum End Caps, meaning you can recycle them again or re-use them for storing other tea or items. All our teas are hand-packaged through our partnership with a local nonprofit called Bost, offering job opportunities for people with developmental disabilities.