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Steep for 5 minutes, 208°F
For stronger flavor, steep longer.
For loose leaf herbal iced teas, use 3 tsp per 8oz glass and double the steep time.
Herbal teas, technically speaking, are not true teas as they are not a product of the Camellia sinensis plant. They are properly referred to as "tisanes" or infusions, crafted from dried herbs, flowers, leaves, roots, seeds and fruit. Like tea, herbal infusions have been consumed for centuries as healing tonics to lift the spirit and enhance well-being. Our Herbal blends are hand crafted with artisan care and a vast knowledge of how theantioxidant properties and therapeutic applications ofpure, fresh herbs, flowers, and botanicals, deliver delicious healthful infusions that can delight both mind and body.
Average Customer Rating
Perfect Tea Mmmmm
Perfect tea for when you are coming down with a cold. A coworker gave me a little pyramid of Ginger Lemongrass tea a few weeks ago, and today I needed something to soothe my throat as am coming down with a cold. I swear it made me feel 100% better, and it tastes wonderful to me. That's the reason I am looking to make my own purchase.
12/12/12 | Oriana, Chicago, IL
I live for the sweet aftertaste!
8/27/12 | Aurora, PHX, AZ
Perfect when you're sick
I love this tea year round, but especially appreciate when I come down with a cold. The spice from the ginger and the zing from the lemongrass are perfect for a sore throat. I love to add a dollop of honey when I'm sick but find that the tea is sufficiently sweet otherwise. I took off one star though since the tea tends to leave quite a bit of 'dust' in the cup when using with the Kati Tea Brewing System - some of the lemongrass is too fine for the filter and ends up in your cup.
5/16/12 | Nancy, Santa Barbara, CA
A little too "zesty" for my taste buds
Just too much ginger for me. The aftertaste was too much for me. My least favorite tea.
4/21/12 | Sue, Tempe, AZ
great combination of flavors.. very soothing and relaxing tea!
8/5/10 | adam, ft lauderdale, FL
My wife had this tea while on vacation and loved it!...
4/18/10 | Dave, Boulder, CO
The caffeine level in a cup of tea can vary by tea type, steeping practices and even the particular tea harvest. We use the following designations as guidelines for the caffeine levels of our teas:
Robust, high caffeine teas; 50-100mg
Lower caffeine teas with shorter steeping times; 30-50mg
Tea/herbal blends with less than 30mg
Decaf tea retains a tiny amount of caffeine
Herbal teas are 100% caffeine free
These steeping guidelines produce the best results for our palates. Use them as a guideline, but you may certainly experiment and find the best results for yours.