Clipper Organic Decaf Black Tea 40 bags
This Clipper Organic Decaf Black Tea is a bright and robust tea that delivers a full bodied flavour, great for your first cup and all through the day. A fine...
Clipper Decaf Green Tea 20 bags
Clipper Decaf Green Tea is a light green tea, delicately decaffeinated for those looking for a spring in their step and a sparkle in their cup. The Decaf Green Tea...
Yogi Pure Green Decaf Tea
Green Tea, with its subtle and delicious flavor, has enjoyed a noble history as a natural path to vitality. We searched far and wide for the highest quality organic green...
Planet Organic Decaffeinated Green Tea
Enjoy the flavour and high level of antioxidants which have been retained with a decaffeination process using water and carbon dioxide. This Planet Organic Decaffeinated Green Tea is great for those...
About Decaf Tea
Tea leaves naturally contain caffeine. So what to do when you want to have a tea before bedtime or if you are sensitive to caffeine? That's where decaf tea comes in.
Enjoying a cup of black or green tea that has been decaffeinated is the optimal choice for the evening. Decaf tea still contains the antioxidants that regular tea has, but without the effects of consuming caffeine.
What is Decaf Tea
Decaffeinated or decaf tea is tea leaves that have undergone a process which removes most of the caffeine. Decaf tea simply means that there is no caffeine present in the tea. Decaf tea is important for the people who suffer from caffeine sensitivity or if you want to enjoy a cup of tea before bed.
What is the Difference between Decaf and Caffeine-Free Teas
While these two terms are often used interchangeably, there is a big difference between caffeine-free teas and teas which are decaffeinated. Caffeine-free teas don't have any amount of caffeine, while decaf teas contain caffeine which is then removed through a process during production. Caffeine is removed from decaf tea, but not quite all of it.
Typically decaffeinated tea contains 2 milligrams of caffeine, as the decaffeination process can't completely remove all caffeine. The amount of caffeine may vary that depends on the method used for decaffeination.
There are different methods to decaffeinating tea in the modern world.
There are methods using chemical solvents, carbon dioxide, and water. Each method works a little bit differently and affects the taste and texture of tea in different ways.
What are the Advantages of Decaffeinated Tea
If you want to have tea without increasing alertness and losing deep sleep because of too much caffeine, decaffeinated tea is what you need. You still get some of the benefits of tea, but don’t have to worry about laying in bed awake for hours.
Is Decaf Tea as Healthy as Regular Tea
The decaffeination process removes not only caffeine, but also polyphenols and some antioxidants, that means decaf tea may not be as powerful as regular tea when it comes to health benefits.
That doesn't mean that decaf tea doesn't offer any health benefits at all.
Drinking decaf teas doesn't mean you have to sacrifice taste or aroma of tea. You can still enjoy the amazing flavour of different tea blends, even if you are avoiding caffeine.
By paying close attention to the tea brands you buy, along with where and how ingredients are sourced and processed, you can enjoy delicious cups of tea without the caffeine.
Variety of Decaf Teas
In our tea online shop you can find a selective range of decaffeinated teas from well-known tea brands that will deliver straight to your home or workplace.