Decaf Loose Tea

Decaf Loose TeaDecaf Loose Tea is a great choice when you are looking for a caffeine free tea or loose tea for children. Some of my favorite ones are Rooibos tea blends. There are also a large number of herbal varieties. Let's talk about my favorite ones.

  • American Tea Room St. Tropez - This is a green rooibos that is blended with red currants, rose petals, and blue mallow blossoms. This is a great tea that is great hot or iced.
  • Teavana Rooibos Peach Bloom Tea - This is a blend of green and red rooibos that also includes peach and safflower.  I also love to blend it with their Strawberry Kiwi Herbal Tea.
  • Chamomille Tea - When ever I want to relax or want a good night's sleep, then I reach for the Chamomille tea in the cabinet. Typically made from the flower blossoms, this sweet tea is known for its calming properties.
  • Teavana Strawberry Lemonade Herbal Tea - With summer coming, thoughts are turning to iced tea. This is a great tea blend for that and your kids will love it.

If you are looking for a great Decaf Loose Tea these are some great ones to try. Please share your favorite ones in the comments below. I am always on the lookout for new ones to try.

2 thoughts on “Decaf Loose Tea”

  1. I avoid using the term “Decaf” to refer to rooibos blends or other purely herbal blends, choosing only to use it to refer to things that contain caffeine naturally, but have had the caffeine extracted by some decaffeination process (Decaf tea, decaf coffee, decaf Yerba Mate). The teas you list here are all ones I’d just describe as “caffeine free” as they are naturally caffeine free.

    I think this is an important distinction for two reasons. One, the decaffeination process not only extracts caffeine, but also flavor. Two, it doesn’t extract all the caffeine, which can be a matter of concern in people who need to avoid all caffeine for medical reasons. Because of this, the words “decaf” and “decaffeinated” have a bit of a negative connotation.

    These teas that you list here are all naturally (100%) caffeine free, and all their flavor is still intact, so let people know that! =)

    1. That is very true Alex but I figured more people are searching for the term decaf rather than caffeine free. Plus I only recommended naturally decaf teas for a reason, but thank you so much for pointing those out. Very helpful!

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