Tea Forté understands that some of our customers are sensitive to caffeine and would like to know the difference between the terms “decaffeinated tea” and “caffeine-free tea”. Decaffeinated refers to teas that originally contained caffeine and underwent a process to remove most of its caffeine. Caffeine-free refers to offerings not related to Camellia Sinensis, the species of plant whose leaves and buds are used to produce tea. Examples of naturally caffeine-free plants are hibiscus, chamomile and rooibos, which are used to create herbal infusions known as tisanes.

A rooibos herb blend of sweet berries and blossoms.

from S$ 31.67

A double delight of apricot and peach with notes of almond.

from S$ 41.84

Deep chocolate decadence with the enticement of mint.

from S$ 43.76

Succulent blueberries with a subtle wisp of sage.

from S$ 41.84

A soothing blend with flowers with a zest of citrus.

from S$ 36.38

Cherries and raspberries with hibiscus blossoms.

from S$ 41.84

A refreshing tea with peppermint and citrus.

from S$ 42.80

Finest cacao infused with fennel, licorice and cardamom.

from S$ 133.64

Citrusy herbs blended with an enlivening tingle of ginger.

from S$ 36.38

Crisp taste of ripe red apples and spices.

from S$ 41.84

Succulent raspberries with ruby-hued hibiscus flowers.

from S$ 187.14

Fresh citrus complemented by the taste of ginger.

from S$ 41.84