Meet Buckwheat Tea

A lot of us have heard of or tried the gluten-free grain buckwheat, but have you come across buckwheat tea before?

Created by roasting buckwheat kernels to perfection, this tea offers all of the health benefits of buckwheat, in the form of a delicious and fragrant cup of tea!

We describe its taste as subtly nutty with a smooth finish.

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The Benefits


Unlike green tea or genmaicha, buckwheat tea (also known as sobacha) contains no caffeine. This makes it a great tea to drink in the afternoon or evening.


Buckwheat contains no gluten - it actually comes from a plant and is a 'pseudo-grain,' making the tea 100% gluten-free.

Calming & Soothing

The subtle, nutty flavour of buckwheat is what promotes the feeling of calm and tranquility, especially in the relaxing state of a cup of tea. Not to mention that the tea contains magnesium, which helps one relax.

Helps with Digestion & Weight Loss

Buckwheat tea is high in dietary fibre, which helps support your digestive system - it's the perfect digestif after an indulgent meal! It also helps with IBS and bloating, as buckwheat contains insoluble fibre which moves smoothly through the digestive tract.

Plant-based Goodness

Buckwheat tea contains several vitamins and antioxidants, including Vitamin C, B1 and B2, and vitamin P (rutin - a powerful antioxidant!). Learn more about the benefits of buckwheat here.

  • "Rich, with a wonderful roasted character. This is a pleasant infusion, savoury and smooth."

    - Guild of Fine Food (Great Taste)

  • "I love it! The smell is so comforting and it tastes great too."

    - Erika (@thattealover)

  • "Stunning Tea, delicious and I love the antiinflammatory benefits. Helps my lower back pain. Fantastic product!!"

    - @jenonthevedge

  • "I love the simple aroma and the nutty taste. I feel relaxed when I have buckwheat tea everyday ❤️"

    - Dessy

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The Face Behind the Tea

Hi, I'm Lovina. I'm a London-based mum of 2, and founder of T. Buckwheat Tea. I was born and grew up in Japan, with roots in India. And I love my tea!...

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