An herbal tea sampler is a great way to keep smaller amounts of desirable herbs on hand for different occasions.
Here are collections of commonly used herbs, fruit flavored selections, as well as collections of popular single herbs like rooibos, honeybush, and mate in both plain and flavored varieties.
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Please remember that herbal tea sampler contents may change at any time, so please check the contents description before you buy.
Herbal Garden Sampler offers chamomile, lemongrass, peppermint, and spearmint.
This company also offers a fruit-flavored collection of caffeine-free blueberry, orange, raspberry, and sour apple.
The Rooibos Sampler includes organic plain rooibos, mango flavored, vanilla flavored, and rooibos scented with earl grey bergamot.
Their honeybush collection offers plain honeybush, as well as vanilla, mango, and hazelnut flavors.
Mate from the same company includes Argentine Yerba mate, and citrus, mocha nut, and spiced versions.
The combination below contains all organic selections with rooibos, cinnamon orange rooibos, chamomint, and peppermint.
Mints may be the most commonly used herb teas in the world.
Since they are effective cooling herbs, they are used around the equator, in the tropics, and into temperate zones in the summer.
The most common use is in a combination of mint with green tea frequently called Moroccan mint.
Peppermint and spearmint have slightly different flavors, but dozens of mints available today (check out Richters herbs for home growing varieties).
Egypt supplies a great deal of commercial chamomile which has a floral sweet flavor and apple scent.
Gardeners use the shorter Roman chamomile for lovely aromatic lawns and taller German chamomile for cutting.
Rooibos and honeybush
Two new caffeine-free additions (now trademarked) from South Africa, rooibos steeps into a pleasant red tisane with a mildly sweet and fruity flavor, while honeybush has a fuller body with a slightly roasty flavor.
Yerba mate keeps South America on its feet!
It contains caffeine for Andes climbers but avoids the jitters from coffee.
The taste is mildly herbaceous and is used both hot and in iced blends with fresh fruit juices.
Because of the caffeine and energizing effects, it should not be used before bedtime.
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