Frequently Asked Questions
Does Pique Tea Have Caffeine?
Most of the Pique teas contain caffeine, ranging from 22-33 mg at the lowest with the Mint Sencha Green Tea to 58-87mg at the highest with the Pu'er Black Tea. Some teas with average caffeine levels include:
- Ginger Green Fasting Tea: 33-49mg
- Bergamot Black Fasting Tea: 30-45mg
- Earl Grey Tea: 38-57mg
- Peach Ginger Black Tea: 32-48mg
- Sacred Lily Oolong Tea: 33-49mg
- English Breakfast Tea: 37-56mg
If you are looking into reducing your caffeine intake, Pique Tea offers a variety of natural herbal elixirs, mushroom elixirs, and fasting teas which include:
- Rooibos Vitality Elixir
- Ginger Digestion Elixir
- Hibiscus Beauty Elixir
- Mint Herbal Tea
- Electric Turmeric
- Chaga Energy Elixir
- Reishi Calm Elixir
- Cinnamon Herbal Fasting Tea
Unless you are trying to avoid caffeine for medical reasons, Pique Tea suggests that you try starting your day with just one cup of black or Oolong Tea to see how you feel since there is no conclusive study evidence showing moderate caffeine consumption harmful. However, since hot water allows more caffeine to be released into the water, consume some of your tea cold when you want to avoid high levels of caffeine. Just know that whether you do or don't ingest caffeine, Pique Tea has the perfect tea for you!
Can I Cancel my Pique Tea Subscription?
"What you want, when you want it"; the Pique Tea subscription is customizable, flexible, and convenient. If you ever wish to cancel your Pique Tea subscription, you can do so very easily from your account. Since the subscription has no long-term commitment, you can skip or cancel directly online without penalties after your second shipment.
Where is Pique Tea Manufactured?
Pique Tea is big on sustainability; for instance, their black teas are sourced from Idulgashinna, a biodynamic tea estate between Sri Lanka and Northeast India, among the world's most protected sources of biodiversity. Green tea, on the other hand, is family-produced in a tea garden in the Zheijiang Province in China.
This Pique Tea review has found that the high-quality Pique Tea is sourced from all over the world, in family farms from Asia, with suppliers from China and Japan, Egypt, India, Sri Lanka, America, and even from Europe with some suppliers coming from Germany.
How do you use Pique tea crystals?
All you have to do is mix it in with hot or cold water.