Loose Herbal & Fruit Teas

For centuries herbs have been used to improve health and wellbeing. Taken in moderation all our herbal teas can be enjoyed at any time. You can use them as ingredients to brew your own herbal delight. Herbal teas are all Caffeine free.

Our loose leaf fruit teas provide a caffeine and sugar free taste sensation alternative to soft drinks. Taken hot or cold they burst with flavour; our Berry Berry tea is a serious taste sensation.

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  1. Berry Berry Herb & Fruit Tea

    Berry Berry Herb & Fruit Tea

    Starting at: £3.71

    The fabulous Berry Berry Herb & Fruit Tea is a real favourite here at York Coffee Emporium

    Taste

    This is a full-flavoured tea with deep berry notes. The cup is deep burgundy red, oozing strength and character. This decaf, loose-leaf tea gives a refreshing, healthy drink without caffeine and is delicious either hot or cold.

    This caffeine-free fruit and herb tea contains a blend of dried fruits and herbs including luxury hibiscus, elderberries, dried black and red currants:

  2. The hibiscus adds a tart, refreshing dimension.
  3. The rose-hip chips add mellow smoothness and Vitamin C.
  4. The currants give the tea a very distinctive character - black for fruitiness and red for "bite" and tangy flavour.
  5. The raisins top this off with their natural sweetness.

    Facts

    In winter, add a few cloves and cinnamon sticks, simmer for an hour and then add some red wine - a perfect mulled wine for cold stormy nights. In summer, drink as an iced tea or try freezing it into lolly moulds for children.

  • Berry Berry Herb & Fruit Tea Pyramids

    Berry Berry Herb & Fruit Tea Pyramids

    Starting at: £2.93

    The fabulous Berry Berry Herb & Fruit Tea is a real favourite here at York Coffee Emporium

    Taste

    This is a full-flavoured tea with deep berry notes. The cup is deep burgundy red, oozing strength and character. This decaf, loose-leaf tea gives a refreshing, healthy drink without caffeine and is delicious either hot or cold.

    This caffeine-free fruit and herb tea contains a blend of dried fruits and herbs including luxury hibiscus, elderberries, dried black and red currants:

  • The hibiscus adds a tart, refreshing dimension.
  • The rose-hip chips add mellow smoothness and Vitamin C.
  • The currants give the tea a very distinctive character - black for fruitiness and red for "bite" and tangy flavour.
  • The raisins top this off with their natural sweetness.

    Facts

    Each biodegradable, silk tea bag contains 2.5g of the same grade and quality tea as the loose leaf. The pyramid shape enables optimum infusion.

  • Egyptian Camomile Tea

    Egyptian Camomile Tea

    Starting at: £2.50

    Taste

    Egyptian Camomile are small yellow and white flowers, resembling daisies. The resulting brew is a pale yellow with a distinctly aromatic and floral flavour. The essential oils in the flower also offer a unique scent.

    Facts

    Egyptian camomile is grown in Egypt where the sandy loam and nutrients provided by the Nile allow for perfect growing conditions. The tea is drunk medicinally to sooth toothache, headaches and to ease digestion, it is also a natural relaxant and is used to soothe insomnia and restlessness.

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    Elderberry Tea

    Elderberry Tea

    Starting at: £4.00

    Taste

    This bright and coppery tea is intensely fruity with a lovely berry aftertaste. The Ceylon tea is mingled with elderberries, cranberry pieces, blackberry and lime, creating a perfect balance. Delicious when served hot, Elderberry tea is also perfect served over ice.

    Facts

    Elderberry is said to have medicinal benefits dating back to Ancient Greece, where it was thought to be extremely effective in boosting immune and respiratory systems. More recently it has been thought to relieve symptoms of the common cold.

  • Organic Rooibos

    Organic Rooibos

    Starting at: £3.60

    Taste

    This Rooibos is an organic, caffeine-free, herbal tea, giving a reddish-orange colour and fruity flavour with slightly sweet notes.

    Facts

    Meaning red bush in Afrikaans, Rooibos is made by fermenting the leaves of the Aspalathus Linearis plant (similar to Broom) which is grown in South Africa's beautiful Cedarberg region. Cut Rooibos is bound and milled to a uniform length then bruised between rollers to trigger the fermentation process, which results in the characteristic flavour and sweet aroma of Rooibos tea.

    Rooibos is claimed to have health benefits including: having a soothing effect on headaches; improving disturbed sleeping patterns; and aiding digestive problems.

  • NEW
    Organic Rooibos Pyramid Tea

    Organic Rooibos Pyramid Tea

    Starting at: £3.25

    Taste

    This Rooibos is an organic, caffeine-free, herbal tea, giving a reddish-orange colour and fruity flavour with slightly sweet notes.

    Facts

    Meaning red bush in Afrikaans, Rooibos is made by fermenting the leaves of the Aspalathus Linearis plant (similar to Broom) which is grown in South Africa's beautiful Cedarberg region. Cut Rooibos is bound and milled to a uniform length then bruised between rollers to trigger the fermentation process, which results in the characteristic flavour and sweet aroma of Rooibos tea.

    Rooibos is claimed to have health benefits including: having a soothing effect on headaches; improving disturbed sleeping patterns; and aiding digestive problems.

    Each biodegradable, silk tea bag contains 2.5g of the same grade and quality tea as the loose leaf. The pyramid shape enables optimum infusion.

  • Peppermint Tea

    Peppermint Tea

    Starting at: £2.00

    This Peppermint (williamette leaf) tea is a caffeine free herbal tea. It is an extremely flavoursome, cool and fresh drink. The peppermint literally takes your breath away and makes your eyes water. As a hot tea it is cool and refreshing, as an iced tea the menthol content produces a pleasantly chilling taste sensation.

    The leaves are picked from the best peppermint plantations in northwest United States. The cup gives a yellowish green with a bright green infused leaf. Peppermint tea is often drunk after meals to settle the stomach and calm the digestive system. The Peppermint plant has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries; it has been found in 3000 year old Egyptian tombs.

  • Peppermint Tea Pyramids

    Peppermint Tea Pyramids

    Starting at: £3.25

    Taste

    An extremely flavoursome, cool, fresh drink, this Peppermint (Williamette leaf) tea is a caffeine-free herbal tea. The peppermint literally takes your breath away. As a hot tea it is cool and refreshing, as an iced tea the menthol content produces a pleasantly chilling taste sensation.

    Facts

    The leaves are picked from the best peppermint plantations in northwest United States. The cup gives a yellowish green with a bright green infused leaf. Peppermint tea is often drunk after meals to settle the stomach and calm the digestive system. The Peppermint plant has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries and has even been found in 3000 year-old Egyptian tombs.

    Each biodegradable, silk tea bag contains 2.5g of the same grade and quality tea as the loose leaf. The pyramid shape enables optimum infusion.

  • Roasted Mate

    Roasted Mate

    Starting at: £3.60

    Taste

    Roasted Mate is a full-bodied, smooth tasting tea. It contains more caffeine than regular coffee or tea, making it a perfect pick me up in the morning. It is also rich in Vitamin C and antioxidants. The toasted flavour comes from the roasting process the leaves undergo after plucking. It gives a black cup.

    Facts

    Roasted Mate (or Yerba Mate) is one of South America's most popular hot drinks. The tea is made by brewing the dry roasted leaves of the Yerba Mate tree, a small evergreen member of the Holly family and native to the subtropical highlands of South America. In recent years, the popularity of Roasted Mate has spread across the globe as a tasty alternative to tea and coffee.

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