Flavorful, comforting, gentle, traditional chamomile tea is made with German chamomile flowers. A versatile herb, chamomile is also an ingredient in shampoos and conditioners for light colored hair, in skin care creams and lotions, and in relaxing bath blends.
A hardy perennial best known for its association with coffee, it produces a more 'roasted' flavor, with no caffeine. Some coffees offer blends with up to 30% chicory, which cuts down on the caffeine content.
Orange peel, cinnamon chunks and other botanical tea herbs dressed with real cinnamon and tangerine oils. Fragrant, herbal, floral, fruity aroma. Salmon-rose colored infusion. Fruity cinnamon flavor. Comforting benefit.
Orange peel, red rosehips, whole cloves, with bits of green blackberry leaf and chicory granules. Spicy, citrus aroma. Cinnamon-red hued infusion.
Hibiscus, also known as rosemallow, is a flowering plant belonging to the same family as cocoa and cotton. The flowers are popular as an herbal tea, especially in Caribbean and Latin American countries. They are often combined with other herbs or fruit juices and they impart a cheery red color and tart flavor.
Gleaming, mahogany brown leaf granules. Distinctly floral, tea-like aroma. Amber-colored brew with great clarity. Distinct tea-like flavor and aroma.
Frontier’s unique Lemon Ginger tea is a fragrant melange of green, grassy blades of lemongrass, orange peel and coriander seeds. The intense, sweet, fruity aroma and flavor comes from a spritz of 100% pure lemon oil which is expressed from the peel of the fresh fruit. Lemon Ginger tea yields a warm and comforting infusion with a lovely balance of rich ginger and bright lemony and floral coriander notes.
Lemongrass - Cymbopogon citratus
Lemongrass has a fresh, light, lemony flavor and scent that is a staple in many ethnic cuisines, including Thai, Vietnamese, and Indonesian. It's also used in hair and skin care products and for scenting perfumes and room sprays.
Lemongrass tea is perhaps the most popular use of lemongrass herb. It's delicious hot and cold, and it combines well with many other herbs in herbal tea blends.
Licorice Root - Glycyrrhiza glabra/uralensis
Licorice is the root of a perennial herb native to Europe and Asia. Along with its popularity as a flavoring agent in foods and beverages, it has also been used to make coughs more productive and as a vitalizing herbal tonic.
Cream, tan and orange colored bits of licorice root, whole cloves, cinnamon and orange peel flecked with yellow chamomile flowers. Earthy-sweet licorice aroma. Bright golden, greenish infusion. Earthy, woody flavor with a sweet, licorice aftertaste.
Red raspberry leaf is used to make a tasty tea and is often combined with other tea herbs to give the beverages a more robust flavor. Raspberry contains tannins that give it an astringent flavor and make it a wonderful toning herb.
A subtle, apple-like flavor of chamomile quickly gives way to the robust, full-bodied flavor of raspberry leaf ending with the clean, refreshing flavor of peppermint.
Rooibos is a mild, reddish-brown tea. Naturally caffeine-free, this slightly sweet and nutty brew can be enjoyed any time.
Rosehips, or rose haws, are the fruit of wild roses, also known as the "dog rose". They are a popular addition to a variety of herbal tea blends.
A parent of peppermint and one of the oldest mints cultivated, spearmint is used to flavor all types of foods, such as jellies, jams, candies, sauces, desserts and fruit dishes. It is also used to flavor and fragrance toothpaste, mouthwash, lozenges and chewing gum. Spearmint makes a refreshing herbal tea and is delicious iced or hot.