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Decaffeinated Loose Leaf Black Tea




Our collection of decaffeinated loose leaf black tea is crafted using the Swiss Water Method, a process that soaks the tea leaves in hot water for a period of time to remove the caffeine. The resulting brew is then passed through a carbon filter to extract the caffeine and preserve the flavors and oils. The leaf style in this collection varies from full, broken, or finer tea leaves. While decaffeinated tea has a less potent concentration of caffeine, it still provides health benefits that include preventing cancer, cardiovascular disease, and free radical aging.

*Note: Decaffeinated tea is NOT 100% caffeine-free. The water decaffeination process used in our decaffeinated teas removes MOST of the caffeine. A minimal amount of caffeine is left in the leaf.

How many cups of tea can I steep from 1oz of loose leaf tea?

The number of 8oz cups you can steep from 1 oz of loose leaf tea varies depending on the type of tea and the strength of the brew desired, but a general guideline is that 1 oz of loose leaf tea can make approximately 10 to 15 cups of tea. Typically, 1 teaspoon of loose leaf tea (about 2-3 grams) is used per 8oz cup of water. Since 1 oz is approximately 28 grams, this means you can steep roughly 10 cups if you use 2.8 grams per cup, or closer to 14-15 cups if you use slightly less tea per cup. Multiple steepings of high-quality loose leaf teas can further increase the number of cups you can brew from the same leaves.








Free tea sample and tea filter included with every purchase.