Where to Order Herbal Tea for Delivery in ChicagoAudrey Snyderon May 19, 2020 at 2:17 am

In case you forgot, we’re living in kind of a stressful time. With folks out of work, unable to see friends and family, and feeling generally uncertain about the future, we could all use a little help with both our physical and mental health. Maybe you’re having a hard time sleeping, or you’ve got an upset stomach? Perhaps you’ve been hitting the wine a little hard and you need something else to sip on? Luckily, different varieties of herbal tea have been bringing people comfort and better health for many years, and a box of herbaceous goodness delivered to your doorstep could be just what you need.

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Perkolator Coffee

In addition to coffee and cold brew, Perkolator also sells and delivers loose-leaf herbal tea right to your door! You can order tea bags to contain your loose leaves as well.


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Coffee Tree & Tea Leaves

This small, independent store, located in the North Halsted neighborhood, is still fulfilling online orders for a wide variety of herbal teas and blends. Their selection features fruity and herbal infusions include blueberry, cranberry, ginger, chamomile, and more.

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Love That Spice

Luckily, you don’t have to go all the way to Love That Spice’s retail location in Highland Park to get a taste of their tea selection. In addition to more typical herbal teas, this spot also offers tisanes, or wellness teas.


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Monk’s Herb Center

Among the many available items at Monk’s, a Polish-American health food store, are herbal teas specifically blended to target certain areas of your health and wellness. Their No. 10 Reumol, for instance, is recommended for those with rheumatism, arthritis, and lumbago pains.

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The Coffee & Tea Exchange

Established in 1975, this Lakeview-based independent coffee roaster also sells fresh loose-leaf teas, including tisanes and other blends.


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