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There's nothing better on a chilly day than a cup of hot, fragrant tea. Herbal blends not only taste delicious and keep you hydrated, but they're low in calories and often have amazing health benefits like boosting energy levels, improving digestion, easing bloating, and staving off symptoms of a cold. Caffeine-free teas can also soothe anxiety and help you to sleep better at night, so they're ideal to sip before bed. 


If you're not sure where to start when shopping for a new herbal tea, read through our buying guide which covers the main factors you should consider. Plus, we've compiled a list of our favourites to buy at Amazon and Tesco, from brands like T2, Yogi Tea, Teapigs, and Clipper. So, whether you're after fruity-flavoured organic tea bags or a luxurious loose leaf blend, we'll help you to find the perfect herbal cuppa!

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  • Last updated: 26-01-2022
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With Specialist Advice From Tea and Lifestyle Blogger Rachael Kinsella

With Specialist Advice From Tea and Lifestyle Blogger Rachael Kinsella

Rachael has been a writer, editor and marketing communications specialist for some 18 years, writing about all things tea and lifestyle for her blog "Tea with Rachael" for over a decade. She loves tea and enjoys trying different types of tea, as well as pairing teas with food and fun things to see and do.


Keep up-to-date with all things tea and lifestyle-related on Rachael's blog, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter and discover some new tea blends that might just become your new favourite!

Compare the Best Herbal Teas

For those after a quick look, here is our Top 5:

  1. Pukka - Three Chamomile for £2.80
  2. Clipper - Groovy Ginger Organic Infusion for £2.99 
  3. Teapigs - Happy for £4.15
  4. Twinings - Superblends Sleep for £2.69
  5. Yogi Tea - Turmeric Orange for £2.49

For a more in-depth look at the comprehensive top 10 selection, make sure to read on to learn more about the different types of herbal teas available and understand how our ranking was determined.


This article's chosen EC site price listings are reflective of its publishing date.

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Pukka Three Chamomile 1

Pukka

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Clipper Groovy Ginger Organic Infusion 1

Clipper

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Teapigs Happy 1

Teapigs

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Twinings Superblends Sleep 1

Twinings

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Yogi Tea Turmeric Orange 1

Yogi Tea

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T2 Just Peppermint 1

T2

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Teapigs Lemon & Ginger 1

Teapigs

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Forza Natura Morning Glow  1

Forza Natura

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Ahmad Tea London Rosehip, Hibiscus & Cherry 1

Ahmad Tea London

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English Tea Shop  Chocolate Rooibos & Vanilla 1

English Tea Shop

Name

Three Chamomile

Groovy Ginger Organic Infusion

Happy

Superblends Sleep

Turmeric Orange

Just Peppermint

Lemon & Ginger

Morning Glow

Rosehip, Hibiscus & Cherry

Chocolate Rooibos & Vanilla

Features

A Calming Blend of Three Organic Types of Chamomile, Perfect for Helping You Sleep

A Soothing, Organic, and Ethically Produced Tea Using Only Biodegradable Packaging

An Uplifting and Caffeine-Free Blend of Citrus, Cinnamon and Turmeric to Brighten Up Your Day

A Relaxing Blend of Herbs Like Spiced Apple, Vanilla and Passionflower to Help You Sleep

A Turmeric and Ginger Tea That’s Revitalising Yet Soothing for the Stomach

Pure Peppermint Made With Large, Loose Leaves, Perfect for a Morning Brew

Ginger and Liquorice Tea Made With Whole Leaves, Roots and Lemon Peel

A Energising And Caffeinated Herbal Tea Perfect To Start The Day

An Affordable, Fruity Tea With Each Bag Foil-Wrapped for Freshness

Organic, Caffeine-Free Rooibos Flavoured With Chocolate and Vanilla

Price£2.80£2.99£3.50£2.70£5.35£13.76£4.00£4.99£2.50£4.67
IngredientsChamomileLemongrass, lemon peelLemon balm, cinnamon, turmeric, orange peel, lemon peelChamomile, passionflowerTurmeric, cinnamon, orange peel, ginger PeppermintLemongrass, lemon peel, gingerINGREDIENTS Acacia flowers, marigold flowers, rosehip fruit, mint leaves, quince fruit, black teaHibiscusRooibos
UsesRelaxationRelaxation Mood-boostingSleepMood-boostingRelaxation Mood-boosting, relaxationEnergyRefreshingDiet, general health
Organic Yes Yes Yes NoYesNoNoNoNoYes
Form BagsBagsBagsBagsBagsLoose leavesBagsLoose leavesBags Bags
Quantity 20 bags20 envelopes15 tea temples20 bags17 bags120 g20 bags50 g20 bags15 pyramids
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How to Choose a Herbal Tea in the UK

Key Points to Consider

  1. Select A Tea With Health Benefitting Ingredients and Flavour 
  2. Opting For An Organically-Produced Tea Is Better For You And The Planet 
  3. Decide Whether Tea Bags Or Loose Leaves Are More Suitable For You 

1. Choose a Tea Based on the Ingredient’s Health Benefits and Flavour

1. Choose a Tea Based on the Ingredient’s Health Benefits and Flavour

For an Energising Start to the Day, Opt for Citrus Such as Orange and Mandarin and Spices Like Ginger and Cinnamon

You can't beat a citrus tea first thing in the morning! Lemongrass and lemon balm taste zesty and uplifting, so they're guaranteed to put you in a great mood. Similarly, juicy orange and mandarin have a refreshing flavour that will wake up your body and mind in no time.


Spices like ginger and cinnamon are also a good call when it comes to a breakfast beverage. As well as adding a kick to your cuppa, ginger has anti-inflammatory properties and can reduce muscle pain. Aromatic cinnamon, on the other hand, is loaded with antioxidants and will warm you up on even the coldest morning!

Rachael Kinsella
Writer, Editor, Tea and Lifestyle Blogger
Rachael Kinsella

Citrus is a natural energiser and mood-booster, so is a great choice for a morning herbal brew. When citrus fruits like lemons or oranges are combined with warming spices, such as lemongrass or ginger, it also helps boost circulation and is great if your throat is sore or scratchy, either from a cold or allergies.

Choose Peppermint, Hibiscus, or Turmeric to Aid Digestion and Relieve Bloating and Cramps

If you suffer from indigestion regularly, a tea with peppermint can help to soothe your stomach. The menthol in peppermint relieves gastrointestinal issues like bloating and cramps while promoting healthy digestion. Similarly, hibiscus aids digestion and is packed full of antioxidants.


As turmeric is anti-inflammatory, it reduces abdominal discomfort as well as balancing bacteria levels to create a better digestive environment. It also improves the flow of blood around the body, so it's beneficial to heart health too! 

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Writer, Editor, Tea and Lifestyle Blogger
Rachael Kinsella

Peppermint tea is a great digestive aid and also soothing for headaches or cramps. It's also refreshing if you need something to wake you up, either first thing in the morning or during the afternoon slump. 


Turmeric also has many health benefits as well as its anti-inflammatory properties, it supports the immune and circulatory systems, so is a great herbal tea blend to try at any time of the day. Be careful how much turmeric you have if you are taking any anticoagulant medication, though, as it's a natural blood thinner.

If You’re Looking for a Caffeine-Free Alternative to Traditional Tea, Rooibos Is Full of Antioxidants and Has Weight-Loss Properties

Rooibos is a South African herb with a sweet, mild flavour which is similar to vanilla. It has a very high antioxidant content - 50% more than green tea! It also contains aspalathin, which has been proven to reduce the stress hormones that trigger hunger, so will appeal to those looking to slim down.


Rooibos can be enjoyed on its own or with a splash of milk, as a caffeine-free alternative to black tea. It's ideal if you fancy a breakfast-style cuppa without the anxiety that can be caused by consuming caffeine!

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Writer, Editor, Tea and Lifestyle Blogger
Rachael Kinsella

Rooibos has been used for many years in Africa as a medicinal brew and is a soothing herbal tea that's free of caffeine and sugar. Thanks to its health benefits, rooibos has become more and more popular in the UK over the past decade, with interesting rooibos based blends becoming a feature on the supermarket shelves as well as from specialist tea purveyors.

Try Chamomile and Passionflower to Help You Unwind and Improve Your Quality of Sleep

Many people swear that a cup of chamomile tea before bed is the key to a good night's sleep. Since chamomile is full of an antioxidant called apigenin, which is proven to reduce stress, it's no wonder that this calming herb can help you to drift off quickly!


Passionflower is another handy ingredient if you struggle with insomnia. One cup of passionflower tea each evening will not only help you to relax, but it can also improve the overall quality of your sleep.


For more, check out our guide on the best teas for sleep!

Rachael Kinsella
Writer, Editor, Tea and Lifestyle Blogger
Rachael Kinsella

Chamomile is recognised as being a helpful tea to drink before bed if you're having trouble sleeping, and even to help digestion; while passionflower is also soothing and refreshing and ideal to unwind and melt away the stresses and strains of the day. Lavender, jasmine and other floral blends can also be helpful for calming, soothing and preparing for sleep. I like any blends with lavender, and it's often blended with chamomile for soothing, sleep time teas.

2. Opt For Organically-Produced Tea as It Tastes Cleaner, More Full-Bodied, and Is Better for the Planet

2. Opt For Organically-Produced Tea as It Tastes Cleaner, More Full-Bodied, and Is Better for the Planet

How the ingredients are grown can affect the flavour of your tea; those that are produced organically, meaning without the use of chemical fertilisers or pesticides, tend to taste cleaner and more full-bodied. 


Organic tea is better for the environment and wildlife too - conventional pesticides can pollute water, making it unsafe to drink as well as killing fish and marine animals. So, if you'd prefer a brew with eco-friendly credentials, an organic product is definitely the way to go!

Rachael Kinsella
Writer, Editor, Tea and Lifestyle Blogger
Rachael Kinsella

I always choose organic when I can for quality and environmental concerns, and it's important to me that my tea comes from sustainable sources. Making sure that pesticides and other nasties haven't been used that harm wildlife, or checking that sustainable materials and processes have been used in the production of the tea; as well as fair pay and treatment for those that pick and process the tea to bring it to our cups.

3. If You’re After a Brew That’s Convenient and Perfect for Travelling, Go With Bags, However Loose Leaf Teas Retain More Nutrients and Have a Bolder Flavour

3. If You’re After a Brew That’s Convenient and Perfect for Travelling, Go With Bags, However Loose Leaf Teas Retain More Nutrients and Have a Bolder Flavour

Last but not least, you should consider which format will be the best option for you. Tea connoisseurs tend to prefer loose leaf blends, which retain more nutrients and have a bolder flavour. If you'll be brewing your cuppa at home, you can easily store this kind of tea and dispose of the leaves when you've finished the infusing process.


However, if you spend a lot of time outside of the house then you may find that loose tea is a bit too messy to carry around. Instead, disposable tea bags are a much more portable and convenient option. Although bags are known for being less flavoursome, looking for those made with whole spices, fruit peel, and leaves can help to ensure a better quality cuppa that's more akin to loose leaf. 


Want to know more about other types of tea available on the market? Check out the best green teas and chai teas.

Rachael Kinsella
Writer, Editor, Tea and Lifestyle Blogger
Rachael Kinsella

There's no set rule for herbal teas as to whether bags or loose leaves are best, but loose-leaf gives you more opportunity to mix up larger pieces of the herbs you will be using for your tea blend, so you are likely to see and feel more of the benefit and can mix blends and herbs to suit your mood and needs. 

10 Best Herbal Teas in the UK

Now that you know what to look out for in a herbal tea, it's time to read through our list of favourites. From calming chamomile to invigorating peppermint, we've got products for all tastes and budgets!

1
IngredientsChamomile
UsesRelaxation
Organic Yes
Form Bags
Quantity 20 bags
2

ClipperGroovy Ginger Organic Infusion

£2.99

IngredientsLemongrass, lemon peel
UsesRelaxation
Organic Yes
Form Bags
Quantity 20 envelopes
3
IngredientsLemon balm, cinnamon, turmeric, orange peel, lemon peel
UsesMood-boosting
Organic Yes
Form Bags
Quantity 15 tea temples
4
IngredientsChamomile, passionflower
UsesSleep
Organic No
Form Bags
Quantity 20 bags
5

Yogi TeaTurmeric Orange

£5.35

IngredientsTurmeric, cinnamon, orange peel, ginger
UsesMood-boosting
Organic Yes
Form Bags
Quantity 17 bags
6

T2Just Peppermint

£13.76

IngredientsPeppermint
UsesRelaxation
Organic No
Form Loose leaves
Quantity 120 g
7

TeapigsLemon & Ginger

£4.00

IngredientsLemongrass, lemon peel, ginger
UsesMood-boosting, relaxation
Organic No
Form Bags
Quantity 20 bags
8

Forza NaturaMorning Glow

£4.99

IngredientsINGREDIENTS Acacia flowers, marigold flowers, rosehip fruit, mint leaves, quince fruit, black tea
UsesEnergy
Organic No
Form Loose leaves
Quantity 50 g
9

Ahmad Tea LondonRosehip, Hibiscus & Cherry

£2.50

IngredientsHibiscus
UsesRefreshing
Organic No
Form Bags
Quantity 20 bags
10

English Tea Shop Chocolate Rooibos & Vanilla

£4.67

IngredientsRooibos
UsesDiet, general health
Organic Yes
Form Bags
Quantity 15 pyramids

Rachael's Advice on Making Your Own Tea Blend at Home

Rachael's Advice on Making Your Own Tea Blend at Home

"You can make your own fresh mint, lemon or ginger teas easily, but with the more complex spice and herb blends, it's often a good idea to leave that to the experts. Try something with cocoa, cinnamon and/or vanilla blended together for a sugar-free sweet treat instead of a dessert!"

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Herbal Tea Good for You?

Yes, herbal teas include a variety of antioxidants and vitamins which are both great in helping to reduce stress, improve your immune system and general health. Some teas do have more health benefits than others so it's always best to do some research and see what teas suit you and your health needs the most.

How Long Should You Leave a Herbal Tea to Steep?

The time you should leave herbal tea to steep is dependent on whether you are using tea bags or loose leaves. In the case of using bags, most tea brands recommend steeping the tea anywhere between 3 to 5 minutes. In comparison, if you are using loose leaves, this process could take up to 10 minutes. 

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