Collection: Infusion Tea

At Ringtons, we know a thing or two about tea. We've been supplying it since 1907. Herbal infusion tea is no exception to our area of expertise.

Our range of premium-quality herbal teas is all you need to satisfy tea cravings. Discover new flavours and browse our full range right here. Whether it's calming camomile tea or digestion-boosting peppermint tea, we've got it covered. If fruit teas are more to your taste, then try our rejuvenating lemon and ginger infusion or the refreshing zest of green tea and citrus. Full of health-boosting antioxidants and caffeine-free, there is a lot to love about herbal tea infusions. Each cup of Ringtons herbal and fruit teas packs a punch when it comes to flavour with every sip. In handy tea bags, our herbal teas are perfect every time. Shop Ringtons infusion teas today and get them delivered straight to your home or office.

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  • Explore Our Range Of Infusion Tea

    Look at our website and browse the options in front of you, including English Breakfast tea, and you'll soon find there are plenty of teas to pick from. 

    If you're confused or need some guidance, just get in touch – we're experts in infusion tea, and we'll give you the advice you need to make every sip tasty – whether it's redbush tea, lemon and ginger teas, or something else.

    There's green tea, for example, known as a natural, earthy brew that energises and invigorates. Or what about peppermint tea that helps with digestion and makes you more comfortable as a result? Then there's chamomile, ideal when you're feeling stressed and need to remove a tension headache, just like ginger tea is ideal for when you need a bit of a kickstart and some energy. Plus, you don't even have to have any caffeine; decaf herbal tea is the best way to reduce your cravings, and it tastes great, too.

  • How Long Does My Tea Bag Need To Brew?

    There are many tips and tricks that go into making the perfect cup of herbal infusion tea so you can enjoy the benefits of green tea, but one of the most important is knowing how long to brew a tea bag in hot water. Although it will depend on the tea and your own preferences, a good rule of thumb is to brew for around three to five minutes. For maximum taste and freshness, store in an airtight container away from sunlight.

    Why Ringtons Infusion Tea? If you know you want to enjoy the anti-inflammatory benefits of herbal tea, come to Ringtons. When you choose us for your infusion tea needs, you're choosing well. You're choosing experience, commitment, quality, and knowledge.

    There are many reasons to choose Ringtons for your herbal tea infusion requirements, and the fact that we can give you everything, from herbal teas to coffee and tea bags, means that you don't have to look anywhere else.