Anything other than Camillia Sinensis that is a steeped beverage is considered a tisane and is not a true tea. This can include all types of botanicals, herbs, roots, seeds and whole spices. All of the aforementioned have been used for hundreds of years in many cultures for medicinal purposes, comforting brews and spiritual rituals. The herbal teas we carry are blends of herbs and botanicals to enhance comfort, calmness and warmth.
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Ava’s Birthday Tea
Ava was turning five when she and her mom came into the Studio to create a tea for her party. This wonderful herbal is a combination of Blood Orange Fruit Tea, Green Rooibos, Lemongrass and Lavender. It makes a terrific hot tea for the evening and a spectacular cold-brew iced tea. After offering this for three years now, it’s popularity keeps growing!
A blend used in Ayurveda, this herbal has so many wonderful ingredients: cinnamon, cardamom, licorice, coriander, fennel, ginger, rose and a small amount of chamomile. It is aromatic and delicious–both hot and cold.
A luscious blend of fruits that brews up for a sweet herbal tea. The flavor is all natural, emanating from apple pieces, hibiscus flowers, cranberries and blueberries. Highly addictive; Please proceed with caution! No caffeine.
A delicious blend of natural fruits and spices that brews up a mouthwatering cup of herbal tea. Entirely caffeine free, it holds a special appeal for kids and sweet-toothed adults. Yet contains no sugar or other sweeteners. The flavor is all natural, emanating from orange peels, hibiscus flowers, apple pieces, rose hip and safflower. No caffeine.
Chamomile Coconut Bliss
Here’s a wonderful herbal tea for evenings when you want to relax and have a treat at the same time. Organic green rooibos, organic lemongrass, coconut, cinnamon, and of course organic chamomile all blend to create a symphony of flavor.
Chocolate Cake Honeybush
This tisane is one of the most popular in the Studio. It is rich with chocolate flavor and can be enjoyed by the whole family as an after-dinner treat. It smells as good as it tastes! No caffeine.
Transport yourself to the tropics and enjoy this wonderful fruit tisane. One customer reports making “Arnold Palmers” with this tisane–combining it with lemonade. There is no caffeine and its refreshing cold or hot. This is a great choice for children and adults.
Happy Nights Organic
Organic chamomile, peppermint and lemon grass make for a winning combination of flavors—-an evening tummy-tamer for sure. This herbal has been a favorite since I opened. No caffeine.
Full-bodied, berryish, sweet and a little tart. This tisane contains apple, elderberry, rosehip, blackberry, raspberry, flavor, hibiscus, and sour cherry pieces.
Holy basil (Tulsi) spearmint, rose hips, lemon myrtle and linden blossoms all add up to make this herbal blend a soothing cup after a long day. No caffeine.
A relative of the Rooibos Family growing in the eastern Cape regions of South Africa. This botanical’s flower smells like honey—hence its name. This makes a wonderful blending tea. No caffeine.
This tisane is light and refreshing with real honeydew and apple pieces. Fruit tisanes are popular throughout the year because they offer a fruity treat any time of the day. There is no caffeine and makes a terrific children's tea.
Lemon Gingersnap Organic
As soon as people smell this tea they want it! This is a lovely organic lemon and ginger tea with a hint of cinnamon and it’s all natural–no artificial flavoring. It’s perfect for evenings when you want to relax without caffeine. It is also a soothing tea for those with a cold or flu.
Mocha Nut Mate
Here is a version of the South American Yerba Mate that can entice just about everyone. It is toasty and chocolaty with an underlying coffee taste and mmmmm…. If you can’t have coffee and still want the caffeine–this one might be for you. This tea does contain caffeine.
Organic Yerba Mate
Long hailed in South American countries as a healthy, energizing social beverage, Yerba Mate is finding a new audience in North America. Notable is its ability to provide energy without the jitteriness suffered by coffee imbibers. A species of holly, the leaves and twigs of the Yerba Mate (pronounced mä’tā) plant have long been enjoyed as a steeped beverage. It has traditionally been brewed in a hollowed out gourd called a cuia or guampa and sipped with a specialized metal straw called a bomba or bombilla. You can prepare and enjoy it just as you would any tea! This tea does contain caffeine.
Peachy Citrus Tisane
A very yummy fruit tea that is as good served iced as hot. The aroma is will bring you right to a peach orchard with its delightful sense of summer, relaxation, and simple pleasure.
A delicious blend of all natural fruits, emanating from apple pieces, hibiscus flowers, cranberries and raspberries. Great served both hot and as an iced tea. Highly addictive; Please proceed with caution! No caffeine.
Roasted Almond Fruit
This fruit tea smells as good as it tastes and is one of the most popular herbals I carry! Kids and adults love this tea and I’ve heard reports about cold steeping success. Don’t just drink this tea, use it in cooking…perhaps add it to oatmeal…really! No caffeine.
Pineapple, mango, linden blossoms, marigold blossoms and rose make this herbal a wonderful experience for evenings, afternoons, or just about any time! There is no caffeine so its great for all ages too. So far everyone who has tried this tea in the studio has loved it.
Sweet Strawberry Ginger
Green leaves, pink strawberries, rose hips, lemon myrtle and other botanicals give this tea a fruity, sweet and spicy character. Wonderful hot or iced. No caffeine.