A comforting and delicately fragrant infusion that balances the delicious floral taste of chamomile and lavender with the refreshing character of lemon balm. The perfect accompaniment to a bedtime read.
The cool, menthol taste of peppermint combines superbly with the natural sweetness of spearmint and the subtle, spicy body of fennel and ginger to provide a truly delicious and refreshing 100% organic infusion. Perfect for after dinner.
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Better known as fruit or herbal teas, infusions aren’t actually teas at all! These delicious drinks masquerading as teas are made using herbs, spices and fruits for delicious flavour combinations. Most are caffeine free and we’re confident you’ll find one that you love.
Organic farming is much better for the environment which means more of the wildlife we love and less of the pesticides we don’t. Plus, Clipper’s organic teas are all absolutely delicious, so why wouldn’t you make the switch?
Even if you drink it every day, you might find yourself asking: what is green tea? Well, it’s made from the same plant as black tea (‘everyday’ tea) but processed differently. Simple! The result is a distinctive flavour and lovely golden colour.
If you’ve never heard of white tea, it’s worth getting to know. This tea is made from the same plant as black tea but only the youngest leaves are used. After a little gentle processing, the resulting tea is traditionally famed for its health benefits.
We don’t want tea that means the people behind it suffer. Fairtrade tea supports fair wages and a better deal for workers. All this and Clipper Fairtrade tea is delicious as well! Why wouldn’t you choose it for your cup?
The short answer is South East China. The longer answer is that Clipper white tea is from the youngest, freshest leaves of the Camellia Sinensis plant, organically grown in the high elevation tea gardens in the Fujian Province... in South East China.