Gluten Free Tea

Citizens on a gluten-free diet, take heart: The Republic of Tea is the first and only tea brand in the United States to obtain certification by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO). We are proud to offer a wide range of premium products – from herbal and green tea drinks to black, white, and oolong tea bags – that are safe for those with celiac disease and gluten sensitivity (look for the GF logo). Shop these best-selling gluten free teas and enjoy a cup with meals and snacks, or pair with gluten-free tea biscuits for a morning or afternoon high tea treat!

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  • Ginger Peach 100% White Tea Bags

    This rare tea offers the lushness of a fancy peach seasoned with the tingle of spicy ginger in a base of 100% White Tea. For thousands of years, the peach has been China's darling of longevity.

    Authentic 100% White Tea only grows in the majestic mountains of China's Fujian Province. Tender white downy buds are hand-plucked just two days of the year, right before the leaf opens. With small yields and high demands, it remains one of the world's most rare teas. We are honored to offer you this season's harvest featuring delicate flavor notes and a sweet, lingering finish. White tea is the least processed of all tea varietals and retains more of its antioxidants, known as polyphenols. Discover tea in its most natural state and raise a cup to good health.

  • Asian Jasmine 100% White Tea Bags

    Forming a perfect union, fragrant jasmine is married with tender White Tea buds, imparting a heavenly aroma for an exalting cup.

    Authentic 100% White Tea only grows in the majestic mountains of China's Fujian Province. Tender white downy buds are hand-plucked just two days of the year, right before the leaf opens. With small yields and high demands, it remains one of the world's most rare teas. We are honored to offer you this season's harvest featuring delicate flavor notes and a sweet, lingering finish. White tea is the least processed of all tea varietals and retains more of its antioxidants, known as polyphenols. Discover tea in its most natural state and raise a cup to good health.

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