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Steep The Senses Loose Teas

Welcome to Steep The Senses!

Are you ready to go shopping for your next favorite tea?  You can shop teas by category below.

Not sure what to choose?  I've compiled a list of frequently asked questions here.

If you need more guidance in selecting teas, I'm here to help.  You can find links to teas that address specific requirements (caffeine-free, good for iced tea, etc.) here.  If you have other questions, please don't hesitate to contact me, and I'll be happy to help you find the right tea for you!

Please Note:  All teas are loose leaf, and will require a strainer, infuser or tea ball to separate the leaves from the tea after steeping.

White, Oolong & Darjeeling Teas

White, Oolong and Darjeeling teas all come from the same camellia sinensis plant.  What makes them different is how and where they are grown, and how they are harvested and processed.  To learn more about them, visit the blog.

Green Teas

Green Tea comes from the Camellia sinensis plant.  It is high in antioxidants and contains caffeine.  You can choose from several flavors and varieties.  To learn more about green tea, visit the blog.

Black Teas

Black teas come from the Camellia sinensis plant.  The leaves are oxidized before drying.  There are many varieties and flavors available.  To learn more about green tea, visit the blog.

Herb & Fruit Tisanes

Herb & Fruit tisanes don't contain any actual tea, but are an infusion of dried fruits and flowers.  They are naturally caffeine free and contain vitamin C.  They are ideal for serving to children.  To learn more about herb & fruit tisanes, visit the blog.


Rooibos is not true tea, but comes from a South African shrub.  The oxidation process turns the leaves red.  Rooibos is high in antioxidants and naturally caffeine-free.  To learn more about rooibos, visit the blog.

Herbal Tisanes

Herbal tisanes are natuarally free of caffeine, with the notable exception of Yerba Mate.  They are not true teas, since they do not come from the Camellia Sinensis plant.  To learn more about herbal tisanes, please visit the blog.

Single-Serve Loose Teas

At only $1 apiece, single-serve loose teas are an affordable way to sample lots of different teas! 

Are you ready to try loose tea, but not sure what you'll like?  You can try the exact same loose teas as the bigger bags, but already portioned out for a 12 oz. coffee mug. 

Tea Accessories

Loose-leaf tea isn't complicated, but there are a few accessories that make the experience a little easier.

Tea Sampler Collections

Not sure what to try, or looking for gift-ready tea?  Choose from from several themed collections of single-serve teas.