Loose-Leaf Decaf Teas

The Best Decaffeinated Loose-Leaf Teas From Good Life Tea. 

Caffeine can be an effective way to boost your energy when you first wake up, but too much of a good thing can become a bad thing. In the morning, a few cups of caffeinated tea are just what we need to get our day started. It gets you moving and gets you motivated to tackle your upcoming tasks. Since the first cup tasted so delicious, you make yourself another and another, and before you know it, you're hitting your caffeine threshold. That is why we offer delicious loose-leaf decaf teas. You can have a few delicious tasting cups while limiting your caffeine intake. Start your morning with our decaf English Breakfast Tea or delight your taste buds with our sweet decaf Peach Tea

Our general rule of thumb that we tell our in-store customers is that a cup of coffee has the same caffeine as three cups of tea.  Use this as a guide to better understand your caffeine limits. 

Decaf tea is perfect in the afternoon or at bedtime. You can drink it without the worries of tossing and turning during the night or being over-caffeinated in the late afternoon. You get the same exact great taste but a lot less caffeine.   

Our customers have also reported using night-time decaf tea as a way of making quiet conversation before bedtime. Some of our most popular teas are Hot Cinnamon Spice and Earl Grey, and our decaf Organic Green Tea is another great choice to calm your mind before you go to sleep. 

Decaf Is Not Caffeine Free 

Our premium loose-leaf decaf teas are decaffeinated using the CO2 method. This is the current gold standard, which preserves the tea leaves’ delicate flavors and aromas while keeping the leaves intact. Although this is the best method available, it does not remove 100% of the caffeine—expect up to 2% residual caffeine.  Just to keep it in perspective, remember the tea ratio to coffee ratio is 3 to 1.   

In our store, we do have quite a few customers who report very high levels of caffeine intolerance, so while 2% may be negligible to some, we feel an obligation to disclose this fact. If you fall into this group, then you may be interested in our totally caffeine-free herbal teas. They are called herbal teas because the tea leaves naturally lack caffeine.  

To learn more about the difference between loose-leaf decaf teas and caffeine-free teas, read our blog post

Learn about caffeine in tea: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decaffeination 

A blog article: How Much Caffeine is in Tea? 

Try our delicious decaf tea leaves if you are concerned with your caffeine intake. 

Loose-Leaf Decaf Teas

Size

Color

Brand

Price

Decaf Peach Loose Tea
$ 8.00
One sip will win you over. Our Peach decaf black tea is a marriage of Ceylon black tea leaves from Sri Lanka, and ripe summer peaches. It's deliciously peachy sweet with a syrupy floral aroma and a 'peach fuzz' dry finish. Forbidden fruit? Maybe the collected works of western art had it all wrong with that ole red apple. After all, do we really believe Eve was able to turn Adam's head with that mundane orb? How about a fruit with some panache? Some sex appeal. Come on people; when things are going swell, life ain't no apple. It's a peach. In China the legend went that the Goddess of the West's heavenly garden of peach trees bloom and bear fruit once in every two thousand years. Whoever feasted on the fruit attained eternal life. Of course, in that story only eight were invited to the party. Though we say, what's...
Decaf Cream of Earl Grey - Organic Loose Tea
$ 10.00
Completely Organic and decaf blend of smooth Vanilla and Bergamot in a black tea blend. CO2 decaf process.
Decaf Raspberry Loose Tea
$ 8.00
Crazy delicious hot or iced. Grab yours now! This tea is a light, fruity and playful blend highlighting the natural raspberry flavor infused with dark Ceylon black tea. Decaffeinated in a natural process preserving the tea’s integrity and the leaf’s texture, this tea may be great for morning refreshment or a light, evening brew without the worry of the stimulant effects of caffeine. Since this is a black tea, not a herbal tea, the true tea taste is preserved but softened with the light taste and fruity almost jam-like flavor and aroma likened to a light summer’s breeze. Raspberries are known for their vitamins, nutrients and antioxidant effects, reducing inflammation and relieving pain associated with joint inflammation among other inflammatory conditions. Raspberries are also known to sooth the mucus linings in many of the body’s tissues and to work gently on the system. Black tea, also rich in antioxidants, is thought to have positive health...
Decaf Ceylon Loose Tea
$ 8.00
Ceylon is a classic black tea.   It's flavor and aroma are most similar to that of Assam, but is slightly lighter.  and more floral.  This is a classic black tea from Sri Lanka, and it’s delicious because of its clean tangy aroma, and refreshing citrus taste.  Sri Lanka’s balmy island has been given many names. Its current name in Sanskrit means “resplendent island.” The British called it Ceylon, derived from another Indian word meaning “blood of a lion,” a term reserved for heroes. The Persians called it “Serendib”, from which the word serendipity was coined. And so it goes for any unsuspecting adventurer who takes a sip of this unassuming tea, bound to serendipitously discover a resplendent brew that truly is the hero of its own story. Along the bronze-hued beaches and temple ruins of that marvelous island, favorable trade winds have created many microclimates suitable for growing a diversity of teas. And the tropic climate has produced...
Going Coconuts - Decaf Organic Loose Tea
$ 10.00
Completely Organic and decaf blend of smooth Vanilla and Coconut in a black tea blend. CO2 decaf process.
Decaf Orange Loose Tea
$ 8.00
Close your eyes and take in the aroma. Ahh. The leaves for this orange decaf black tea were grown in Sri lanka. It's a delicious pairing of Ceylon decaf and natural orange peels and juices. Let's get back to basics. It's the simplest things in life that give the most pleasure. That's why we love tea. The little rituals: setting the pot. Listening for the whistle. Sugar or honey? One spoon or two? Milk or cream? Tea gives us time back. Time to savor: friends and flavors. It reminds us to value the little joys: the swirl of milk in a hot cup.  And what could be more simply wonderful than the noise-flaring citrus aroma, the zesty taste of orange? Close your eyes, breath deep, and see where it takes you. Sunset over a California orange grove? A glass of Florida orange juice on the porch? Or how about just taking tea in the Orangerie? Whatever memories...

The Best Decaffeinated Loose-Leaf Teas From Good Life Tea. 

Caffeine can be an effective way to boost your energy when you first wake up, but too much of a good thing can become a bad thing. In the morning, a few cups of caffeinated tea are just what we need to get our day started. It gets you moving and gets you motivated to tackle your upcoming tasks. Since the first cup tasted so delicious, you make yourself another and another, and before you know it, you're hitting your caffeine threshold. That is why we offer delicious loose-leaf decaf teas. You can have a few delicious tasting cups while limiting your caffeine intake. Start your morning with our decaf English Breakfast Tea or delight your taste buds with our sweet decaf Peach Tea

Our general rule of thumb that we tell our in-store customers is that a cup of coffee has the same caffeine as three cups of tea.  Use this as a guide to better understand your caffeine limits. 

Decaf tea is perfect in the afternoon or at bedtime. You can drink it without the worries of tossing and turning during the night or being over-caffeinated in the late afternoon. You get the same exact great taste but a lot less caffeine.   

Our customers have also reported using night-time decaf tea as a way of making quiet conversation before bedtime. Some of our most popular teas are Hot Cinnamon Spice and Earl Grey, and our decaf Organic Green Tea is another great choice to calm your mind before you go to sleep. 

Decaf Is Not Caffeine Free 

Our premium loose-leaf decaf teas are decaffeinated using the CO2 method. This is the current gold standard, which preserves the tea leaves’ delicate flavors and aromas while keeping the leaves intact. Although this is the best method available, it does not remove 100% of the caffeine—expect up to 2% residual caffeine.  Just to keep it in perspective, remember the tea ratio to coffee ratio is 3 to 1.   

In our store, we do have quite a few customers who report very high levels of caffeine intolerance, so while 2% may be negligible to some, we feel an obligation to disclose this fact. If you fall into this group, then you may be interested in our totally caffeine-free herbal teas. They are called herbal teas because the tea leaves naturally lack caffeine.  

To learn more about the difference between loose-leaf decaf teas and caffeine-free teas, read our blog post

Learn about caffeine in tea: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decaffeination 

A blog article: How Much Caffeine is in Tea? 

Try our delicious decaf tea leaves if you are concerned with your caffeine intake.