Bigelow Pomegranate Pizzazz Herbal Tea, Caffeine Free

Bigelow Pomegranate Pizzazz Herbal Tea, Caffeine Free


  • Pomegranate Power: Both sweet and tangy this caffeine free tea is bursting with fruity Pomegranate flavor. This delicious tea is scrumptious either hot or iced and is great for the whole family
  • Individually Wrapped: Bigelow Tea always come individually wrapped in foil pouches for peak flavor, freshness and aroma to enjoy everywhere you go! Gluten-free, calorie-free, and Kosher Certified
  • Try Every Flavor: There's a tea for morning, noon, and night time relaxation. Try our English Breakfast, Vanilla Chai, antioxidant Green Tea, decaffeinated teas, organic teas and a variety of our herbal tea bags
  • Blended and Packaged in the USA: In 1945 Ruth Campbell Bigelow created our first tea, Constant Comment, a strong, flavorful black tea blended with aromatic orange peel and sweet warming spices. Today, Bigelow is still 100% Family Owned
  • Uncompromised Quality: Since 1945, Bigelow Tea has been a leader in premium tea and proud to be a Certified B Corporation - meeting the highest verified standards of social and environmental performance, transparency and accountability

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you lose weight by drinking the tea

Although drinking plenty of fluids helps, to loose weight one must consume less calories than they burn. Also the idea of a temporary restricrive and unsustainable diet is flawed. One must change his/her eating habits permanently and find a balance that works for them.

How long can I store the tea for

I had some that was over a year past the expiration date and it tasted fine. Once the best before date has passed, the tea is still safe to consume, however you may notice the flavour may not be as strong as it was, compared to when it was first purchased. This is mainly because the natural oils and flavours in the tea will evaporate over time.

Are tea bags packaged one per pouch?


Can you mix milk with or does it make sense to mix milk with it? Thanks

I don't see why you couldn't mix milk with it, but it is a very mild, gentle tea, no harshness whatsoever. Unless you just like milk with your tea, it really isn't necessary.