What is the delivery cost for Small & Wild tea?
Please see our Delivery page for more information on shipping rates.
How long until I receive my order?
We aim to dispatch your tea within 2 workings days. Standard Delivery and International Standard will take 3 to 5 working days from dispatch to the EU and 5 to 7 working days to the rest of the world. Express Delivery within the UK will take 1 to 3 working days from dispatch.
Do you deliver internationally?
We do! Please visit our Delivery page for further information on International shipping and customs.
Do you accept returns?
We are sure that you will love your tea but if for any reason you need to return it please ensure you do so within 14 days of receiving it. Full return details can be found here.
How is Small & Wild tea sourced?
All of our ingredients are ethically sourced from trusted suppliers around the world and hand blended and packed in the UK. This means that every ingredient in Small & Wild tea can be traced back to source and our manufacturer is BRC Accredited.
Is there any caffeine in Small & Wild tea?
Small & Wild tea is naturally caffeine-free.
Is Small & Wild tea completely natural?
Small & Wild tea is 100% natural.
Is there any sugar in Small & Wild tea?
There is absolutely no added sugar in Small & Wild tea. A small amount of naturally occurring sugar is present from the lovely fruits in our blends.
Is Small & Wild tea vegetarian or vegan?
Yes, all of our blends are vegetarian and vegan.
Are Small & Wild tea bags bio-degradable?
The teabags, tags and strings used for Small & Wild tea are fully bio-degradable, as is our inner bag. If you have a composter or your council collects food waste, they should be placed in here. The carton is made from FSC board, printed with vegetable inks and can be recycled.
What age children can enjoy Small & Wild teas?
Children can enjoy Small & Wild tea from the age of 12 months – you may wish to share a bag with a younger child (we do find grown-ups love our blends as well!) as their little tums might not want a big cup.
Why is Small & Wild herbal tea such a good drink for children?
Small & Wild tea is a great way for children to stay healthy and hydrated. It is delicious in flavour without any of the additives and sweeteners sometimes found in sugar-free drinks. It is also naturally very low in sugar, with none added whatsoever, so is a great option for parents who are looking to cut down on their children’s juice and sugar consumption.
In what ways is Small & Wild tea created especially for children?
Small & Wild tea has been carefully crafted to perfectly suit little taste buds and tummies. The flavours are bold and vibrant, with unique combinations of yummy fruits, herbs and spices. All blends are naturally caffeine free and contain no added sugar.
Are there any potential allergens in Small & Wild tea?
There are no known allergens in Small & Wild tea, but please do check the ingredients lists if your child is allergic to any particular foods or herbs. The teas are packed in a factory that handles nuts.
How do you brew Small & Wild tea?
Simply pop tea bag into a cup, fill with two thirds freshly boiled water, top up with one third cold water and brew for 5 minutes. Please check you are happy with the temperature before giving to your child.
All our blends can be turned into delicious iced tea, click here to find out how.
How has our Snoozy Fox blend changed for 2021?
We’ve reformulated our Snoozy Fox blend to make it extra snoozy! Adding in relaxing lemon balm, alongside the super calming camomile, lavender and spearmint the blend already contains. This makes it a restful blend for anytime of the day, but especially good for bedtime – which as parents we know how any help at this time of the day is so very welcome.
As part of the process of updating the blend we have made the difficult decision to remove the pea flowers which give the blend its vibrant blue colour. We know so many kids love this element of the tea (although we equally realise some parents and kids found it rather off-putting!) but we knew there could be challenges ahead with sourcing this ingredient in particular.