Match your Mood

Match your Mood

Did you know just under half of the nation (47%) enjoy a fruit & herbal cuppa?*

Unlike Black and Green teas created from the leaves of the Camellia Sinensis plant, infusions are created with other botanical ingredients; dried herbs, fruits, spices and flowers; making them a deliciously natural, sugar-free and caffeine free alternative to traditional tea.

Last year you drank almost 3 million cups of our Fruit and herbal tea! Here at Ringtons, we know Peppermint is a firm favourite, coming out top for over 5 years in a row.

We believe tea can contribute to a healthy balanced lifestyle, even if it’s just a cup of comfort when you need it most. Take a look at the key benefits from each of our infusion blends.


Renowned around the world as a soothing digestive aid – we think a cup of Peppermint tea can help you feel fresh and revitalised.

Lemon & Ginger

Comforting for when you feel under the weather. Many people reach for ginger when they’re feeling nauseous too - we suggest adding a dash of honey to your tea for a naturally soothing cuppa when you need it.

Green Tea & Citrus**

Try something new by making your tea into a cold brew. Simply brew, allow to cool and add ice. It’s a brilliant pick me up with added zing. Also, it’s good to know Green tea is a good source of naturally occurring antioxidants.


We know and love Camomile for a moment of calm. It’s the perfect companion for relaxing - it’s also a really good addition to your bedtime routine or a stressful Monday morning.

Berry & Elderflower

This fruity little number is refreshingly sweet and as it contains elderflower, it remains high in antioxidants and vitamin C which is great for a boosting your immune system and makes a great brew any time of day. 

*According to the UKTIA 2023 tea census.

**Green tea is not caffeine free. 

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