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Good health is what allows one to be their happiest self. Every brew made of Tisane herbal teas leaves ensures that you experience wellness, delight, and an enhanced sense of energy, all at the same time. Tea Culture of the World’s herbal Tisane teas is everything a tea lover could want and need. Every blend is crafted with the sole intention of welcoming you to a realm of wellness where multiple health benefits dwell.

Unlike the other popular tea types, Tisane teas do not come from the Camellia Sinensis plant. They are infusions made from leaves, bark, roots, berries, seeds, spices, mint, chamomile, verbena, and rooibos. These health-packed ingredients are the reason why Tisanes are also called as Herbal teas!

Here are our signature Tisane tea blends that will surely enchant you -

1. Cruise through the Day with Chamomile

Country of Origin: India

Our soothing Tisane containing chamomile flowers is created to relax and soothe you into a deep sleep. Treat yourself to a warm, relaxing cup after a hectic day; feel all stress and tension dissolve as you slide into a wonderful, restorative sleep.

Indulge in a Tea Experience

For one cup of Chamomile tea, scoop 1 teaspoon of the leaves into a teapot. Pour 200ml of water freshly boiled at 85°C over the leaves and let the infusion steep for 5 minutes. Pour yourself a hot cup and enjoy its pure flavour at the end of a long day.

The Tea Story

Chamomile - a flower known to relieve tension, relax the body, and calm the mind. This incredibly soothing tea is recommended for people who have trouble getting a good night’s rest. A couple of cups in the evening is sure to ease you into a restful sleep by night.

2. Reinvent Yourself with Rooibos

Country of Origin: South Africa

The deep red leaves of South Africa’s Rooibos unfurl to create a beautiful, aromatic red infusion. Indulge in a cup of this smooth, sweet Rooibos tea; you can almost taste the misty freshness of the rugged Cederberg Mountains from where the tea comes.

Indulge in a Tea Experience

For one cup of Rooibos tea, scoop 1 teaspoon of the leaves into a teapot. Pour 200ml of water freshly boiled at 95°C over the Rooibos herbal tea leaves and let the infusion steep for 6 minutes. Pour yourself a hot, delicately sweet cup and enjoy it with a dash of honey if required, any time of day.

The Tea Story

When migrants settled in the Cederberg Mountains of South Africa in 1700, they discovered the fine leaves of a plant that brewed into a delicious tea. Local farmers learned to chop the plants, leave them to ferment in the sun, and dry naturally before it was brewed. By 1900, Benjamin Ginsberg, a Russian immigrant from an old tea-trading family, recognized the potential of Rooibos and began marketing this new mountain tea to the world.

3. Revel in Wellness with Rose Buds

Country of Origin: India

Is there anything more romantic than sipping the distilled essence of roses? This sophisticated tea defines luxury and indulgence, with its heady rose fragrance and subtle, smooth taste.

Indulge in a Tea Experience

For one cup of Rose Buds tea, scoop 8-10 buds into a teapot. Pour 200ml of water freshly boiled at 85°C over the leaves and let the infusion steep for 5 minutes. Wait till it cools, add a dash of honey if required and indulge yourself with an elegant, delicious cup on a hot summer night.

The Tea Story

An infusion of roses was the favourite brew of royalty in Asia, documented in Indian Ayurvedic manuscripts as well as ancient Chinese texts. Our Rose Buds tea, the healthiest tea, is made from India’s native roses, which bloom in a large and exotic variety, and are known to make a relaxing, rejuvenating brew.

4. Visit Bliss with Vanilla Rooibos

Country of Origin: South Africa

If there’s anything that can make honey-sweet Rooibos even better, it would be the heavenly vanilla. You’ll find it impossible to resist this rich, honeyed, malty blend - it’s not only a luxuriously soothing brew but also caffeine-free.

Indulge in a Tea Experience

For one cup of Vanilla Rooibos tea, scoop 1 teaspoon of the leaves into a teapot. Pour 200ml of water freshly boiled at 95°C over the leaves and let the infusion steep for 6 minutes. Pour yourself a hot cup, add honey if required, and savour every delectable sip on a cold night.

The Tea Story

Delectable Rooibos and rich vanilla beans from Madagascar create a luxurious after-dinner tea. With sweet and malty flavours balancing each other perfectly, the Vanilla Rooibos loose leaf tea offers you a moment of true indulgence at the end of the day.


FAQs


What is tisane tea good for?

Unlike the other popular tea types, Tisane teas do not come from the Camellia Sinensis plant. They are infusions made from leaves, bark, roots, berries, seeds, spices, mint, chamomile, verbena, and rooibos. These health packed ingredients are the reason why Tisanes are also called as Herbal teas!

Is tisane tea caffeine free?

Tisanes are infusions made from leaves, bark, roots, berries, seeds, spices, mint, chamomile, verbena, and rooibos. They do not come from the Camellia Sinensis plant from which true teas (green tea, black tea, oolong, etc.) are made. Tisanes are caffeine-free, and can be served hot or cold.

Why is chamomile tea good for you?

This unique blend combines mild, refreshing green tea leaves and chamomile - a flower known to relieve tension, relax the body and calm the mind. Native to India, the tea features almost negligible levels of caffeine. A couple of cups in the evening after 4 pm, on a non-working day, are sure to ease you into a restful sleep by 8 pm.

What health benefits does rooibos tea have?

The alpha hydroxy acid and zinc present in the tea blend brings you a treasure trove of skin and hair health benefits. It possesses the power to reverse cell damage and rejuvenate your skin, giving you a youthful glow. The brews calm your overworked nerves. The antioxidants restrict the movement of free radicals in the body and combat oxidative stress, allowing you to slip into a sound slumber. The tea regulates energy balance and food intake, helping you consume food in ideal amounts. It may also forestall the formation of new fat cells, thereby boosting fat metabolism.

Can you lose weight with rooibos tea?

The tisane tea is calorie-free, making it a beverage that fits perfectly into diet plans. The brews are known to increase Leptin levels in your body. Leptin is a hormone that helps you overcome your cravings by inhibiting hunger. It regulates energy balance and food intake, helping you consume food in ideal amounts. The tea may also forestall the formation of new fat cells, thereby boosting fat metabolism.