Choice Organic Teas, Herbal Tea, Organic Ginger, Caffeine Free, 16 Tea Bags, 1.1 oz (32 g) (Discontinued Item)
- Certified 100% Organic
- Organic Ginger
- USDA Organic
- Non-GMO Project Verified
- Certified Gluten-Free
- Kosher Certified by EarthKosher
- Certified Organic by QAI
Cozy up to this zesty, herbal tea — a comforting and restorative blend based on a popular home remedy. For this spicy and inviting cup, we blend fragrant ginger, aroma of lemon, a hint of refreshing fennel and sweet licorice root. Try it for a caffeine-free tea break that's both energizing and soothing.
Tea Origin - India, Indonesia
Perfectly Balanced Tea
Since 1989, our mission has been to improve the world one cup of tea at a time. As the first exclusively organic tea crafter in the United States, and later, the first to offer Fair Trade Certified tea, we craft the world's finest teas with conservation of the planet and its creatures in mind. Let's chat over a cuppa.
Savor Every Moment
There's so much good in a cup of tea. It clears our mind and boosts our spirits. Tea brings us closer to friends and family looking to share the day's stories and it connects us to all those around the globe who cherish this timeless ritual. Whether it's a hearty mug that gets your morning started, or a relaxing cup that helps you unwind and reflect on your day, we thank you for enjoying Choice Organic Teas.
Boil fresh water, steep tea bag in 8 oz water for 5 minutes and enjoy.
Iced Tea is Easy!
Just brew double strength.
Organic Ginger, organic lemongrass, organic licorice, and organic fennel
Not Just a Ginger Tea
Posted by Reviewer3127366 on Jan 05, 2017
This tea is a nice, ginger-and-licorice type tea, but I was hoping for a very strong ginger infusion; this was not that.
Didn't like the flavor
Posted by 5194226308984265605 on Dec 12, 2015
Well, I was expecting more, it's a kind of sweet, not my preference tho
More Licorice than Ginger
Posted by tazmin on Jul 30, 2014
I was disappointed by this tea. I like ginger tea and normally buy Yogi organic ginger tea which has the same ingredients but it's really ginger tea with a little licorice hint and it cost about 3 dollars while this tea is much more expensive but it shouldn't be called ginger tea as I felt only licorice taste that I can't stand at all and very little ginger. It must be good for licorice lovers.