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What’s special about Teatulia herbal teas?

Herbal teas (tisanes or infusions) can include roots, bark, leaves, or flowers from various plants. At Teatulia, we have several varieties of herbal teas that are sourced from our own organic tea garden in Bangladesh or other like-minded gardens. Our herbal tea line-up includes:

  • Rooibos: The needle-like leaves of this South African bush plant brew into a gorgeous red-orange liquor that tastes nutty, creamy, and sweet.
  • Chamomile: These sweet flowers steep into a soothing sip with notes of honeysuckle and sugared candy.
  • Yerba Mate: This South American classic is one of the few herbs that contains caffeine. It’s an invigorating tea with a toasted, earthy flavor.
  • Ginger: Ours is a warm and spicy blend of ginger and vasaka leaf, with peppery notes and a sweet finish.
  • Peppermint: Ours has a unique, buttery, minty-fresh flavor that will awaken the senses and soothe the soul.
  • Lemongrass: Ours is an invigorating, thirst-quenching blend of lemongrass and bay leaf that tastes refreshing and clean with a lemony sweetness.

How to brew

You make an herbal tea (tisane or infusion) just like you would a regular cup of “true” tea. But herbal teas don’t usually yield the astringency or bitterness that tea leaves can, so you can usually steep herbal teas a bit longer.

  • For hot herbal tea: Steep one tea bag or one tablespoon of loose leaf tea per8 oz. of boiling water for 4 to 5 minutes before sipping. (Note: Ginger is stronger so you only need to steep it for 1 minute.)
  • For iced herbal tea: Steep two tea bags or two tablespoons of loose leaf tea per 8 oz. of boiling water for 4 to 5 minutes, then pour the brew over a glass full of ice and enjoy! (Note: Ginger is stronger so you only need to steep it for 1 minute.)

Caffeine content

The best part about herbal teas for a lot of people is that, for the most part, they are naturally 100% caffeine free. So they are the perfect alternative to black or green tea if you’re trying to avoid caffeine. And they make a soothing evening sip as you’re winding down your day. (The only exception to this in our line of herbal teas is Yerba Mate, which is one of the few herbs that naturally contains caffeine.)

Recipes with herbal tea

You can also incorporate herbal tea into refreshing cocktails or cook with herbal tea by infusing into delectable dishes. Here are a few of our favorites recipes featuring herbal tea: