In past Tea Talk Tuesdays, we’ve talked about the following teas (please click on the links if you’d like to learn more about any/all of these great teas):
Black TeaWhite TeaGreen TeaMatcha Green TeaOolong TeaPu’erh TeaRooibos Tea
Today we’re going to be talking about a type of tea you’re probably very familiar with – Herbal Tea. The truth is, though, Herbal Tea really isn’t tea at all! Here’s why …
Characteristics of Herbal Tea
Herbal teas are made of blends of real herbs, fruits, and spices.
They help support your wellness journey.
Herbal teas are very soothing and a great way to treat your body to feel good teas.
They are flavorful hydrators.
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Using a scale of 1-3 teacups, Herbal teas contains 0 teacups of caffeine (in other words, they are naturally decaffeinated).
FUN IDEA: infuse with your spirit of choice for a festive sip!
Current Herbal Tea Flavors Available from Steeped Tea
Cocoa Bean ChaiZingy GingerTummy TroublesLemon Ginger Tea-ToxEgyptian ChamomilePeppy PeppermintLemon Honey BushDon’t Worry Be HappyCurious CuminStress RelieverHot YogaImmunity BoosterFeminini-TeaFine and DandyNettle Greek MountainFeel …read more