Vocalitea - Caramel Apple & Honey

£7.99 GBP
Vocalitea has been developed by award-winning voice experts and master tea blenders, specifically for professional voice users. Each ingredient has been carefully selected to help you soothe and take care of your voice. Our tea is naturally caffeine free, suitable for vegans, and does not contain any artificial flavours or colours. Contains 14 pyramid tea bags.
In stock - 55 in stock, ready to ship

Why Vocalitea?

Herbal remedies have been long used for the improvement of the voice in different traditional medicinal practices. Even today, these herbs are used in various products aimed at vocal enhancement. These plant preparations impart antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and broncholytic effects.

We have meticulously researched and carefully selected our ingredients to help improve the vocal performance of singers by cleansing the throat, relaxing airway muscles, and mitigating respiratory issues, thus helping to maintain respiratory and vocal health. They also enhance immunity, relieve stress, improve mood, and promote digestive health too.

Ingredients

ROOIBOS

Enhances cell survival under stress, offers anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, and potentially supports bone health.

HONEYBUSH

Packed with polyphenols that provide antioxidant benefits, reducing inflammation and guarding against free radical damage.

LIQUORICE

Amplifies effects of other compounds and is a traditional remedy for coughs, offering potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits.

GINGER

Contains powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compounds that alleviate respiratory diseases and relax airway muscles.

TURMERIC

Curcumin in turmeric provides antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, aiding respiratory health and supporting gut bacteria.

APPLE PIECES

Rich in antioxidants that protect cells, with apple consumption linked to reduced asthma risk and improved lung function.

ROSEHIP

Boasts high vitamin C levels, offering immune-boosting, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties.

LEMON MYRTLE

High in citral, an antioxidant that also helps relieve stress, with anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antimicrobial properties.

SAGE

Supports cognitive function, improves mood, and contains antioxidant polyphenols that might benefit vocal health.

THYME

Contains compounds like thymol that relax and support respiratory function, especially beneficial for smoothing tracheal muscles.

75% of tasters preferred Vocalitea...

We conducted a blind taste test of our tea in comparison to two competitors. The tasters had no idea what teas they were trying (and still don't), but had to rank them based on aroma, look, flavour, sensation, etc., completely blind. Over 75% of tasters preferred our tea.

Here's what some people said:

"I love the depth of colour and sweet smell. It leaves a sweet aftertaste and there is a slight warmth but not a burning sensation - it's a comforting and subtle warmth. Feels very autumnal/winter tea - great for when colds start going around the cast!"

"Love it! Perfectly sweet and spicy at the same time. Love the slight taste of Apple in the background."

Perfectly blended in small batches

We've decided that quality of ingredients, careful blending, and flavour are the most important things. That's why we've decided to only blend small batches at a time, so that we ensure the ingredients are as fresh as possible and have the most potency for your vocal care.

We have blended 300 packs ONLY for our pre-Christmas run, and we highly recommend getting in early if you'd like a pack before Christmas.

Customer Reviews

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Helen Austwick
Soothing and delicious

This clever blend of traditional herbs with added caramel and apple flavours is delicious to drink and really does seem to have a soothing and beneficial effect when suffering from a cold. Mucus seems to be thinner, sore throat soothed and symptoms eased.

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Kerrie Green
Vocalitea

Great service and the tea is amazing.

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Mina
Beautiful soothing tea

I love this tea! It’s delicious and hydrating .

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Jenny Oag
The tea to keep us singers going!

I love my tea and really struggle with herbal teas due to some tasting horrible! This is perfect and tastes amazing! And really gets to work right away. I’m always happy with all the products from Rayvox can’t recommend to any singer enough! Thanks for keeping us going!

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Claire McCartney

Vocalitea - Caramel Apple & Honey

Research Papers

Discover more about the science behind the ingredients in our tea.

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