Category: rooibos (Page 1 of 2)

Vanilla Rooibos Chai

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A great mix for those chai lovers wanting to try another blend out. With this rooibos based blend you get the same caffeine free red cup but with an unexpected flavor combination usually reserved for chai lovers.

With the loud flavors of your typical Masala chai paired with subtle hints of vanilla this cup of tea will really take your taste buds for a ride. Another great mix to try hot or cold as the loud notes come through great either way you serve it.

Best if steeped for 7-10 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Red rooibos tea with ginger root, cinnamon bark, cardamom pods, cloves, dried orange peels, and natural vanilla flavors.

Apricot Honeybush

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If you have ever seen the and apricot fields on tv and ever wondered what it is like to be standing in the middle of the orchard? Brewing a nice cup of this mix will instantly bring the experience of being in that orchard with a warm wind blowing the lovely smells of the ripe to mind. A caffeine free and lightly flavored honeybush base lends itself very well to the ripe and light apricot flavor that is released as soon as the bag is opened.

Best if steeped for 5 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Honeybush with pieces of real apples, natural apricot flavorings and pieces of apricots with marigold flowers.

Honeybush

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If you have not heard of honeybush then you do not know what you have been missing out on. Honeybush is the cousin of the rooibos plant and is similar in some aspects as it does not have any caffeine in it, and is missing the dark tannins that most people usually think of when they envision tea.

Some find honeybush sweeter than rooibos but it really seems to depend on the person drinking the tea.

Best if steeped for 5 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Honeybush.

Light Lemon Rooibos

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Combine the smooth taste of vanilla bean with a light natural lemon taste and pair them with a nice caffeine based red rooibos and you will have one heck of a nice drink. Like a light lemon meringue pie this drink is great to have right after a nice dinner, or if you eat your desert first you can have it

Combine the smooth taste of vanilla bean with a light natural lemon taste and pair them with a nice caffeine based red rooibos and you will have one heck of a nice drink. Like a light lemon meringue pie this drink is great to have right after a nice dinner, or if you eat your desert first you can have it first thing when you wake up. Due to its sweet and fruity flavor this is a great tea to use as a base when mixing, or iced with a bit of sugar to really bring the vanilla out.

First thing when you wake up. Due to its sweet and fruity flavor this is a great tea to use as a base when mixing, or iced with a bit of sugar to really bring the vanilla out.

Best if steeped for 5 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Red rooibos mixed with lemon grass, marigold flowers and infused with vanilla and lemon natural flavors.

Mango Honeybush

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If lush ripe mangos are out of season you don’t need to worry as we have the fix for your craving, which is this amazing pairing of honeybush and mango flavorings. If mangos are in season… well, then you can still enjoy this blend!

A light and mild flavored honeybush base compliments the delicate taste of mangos that is lightly infused. Not an overly sweet tea, but still true to the mangos flavor, this tea can be served hot or cold depending on your mood. If you want to add a bit of sweetener it will bring out the sweeter side of a just ripe mango.

Best if steeped for 5 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Honeybush tea infused with natural mango flavor, mixed with mango and apple pieces, and marigold flowers.

Mellow Green Rooibos

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Close your eyes and let this green roobios based tea drift you away to your own private island. With gently infused flavors of mangos, apricots and exotic passionfruit your tropical get away is only a sip away.

All these flavors without any of the caffeine mean that you can try out this brew anytime you feel like you need a little getaway.

Best if steeped for 5 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Green rooibos mixed with natural mango, passion fruit and apricot flavors with mango pieces, orange peels, and marigold flavors.

Honeybush

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If you have not heard of honeybush then you do not know what you have been missing out on. Honeybush is the cousin of the rooibos plant and is similar in some aspects as it does not have any caffeine in it, and is missing the dark tannins that most people usually think of when they envision tea. Some find honeybush sweeter than rooibos but it really seems to depend on the person drinking the tea.

Best if steeped for 5 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Honeybush.

Orange Honeybush

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If you are looking for a honeybush blend with your favorite vitamin c producing fruit then look no further as this combination of oranges and honeybush is just the tea for you. Coupling the light flavor of honeybush with the juicy taste of ripe oranges produces a great tea no matter your mood.

A caffeine free drink with tons of options this is a really versatile tea to add to your collection. Hot, cold, sweetened, or blended you really can’t do anything wrong with this tea.

Best if steeped between 3-5 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Honeybush mixed with dried orange peels and infused with orange flavors.

Vanilla Rooibos

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The gentle flavor of vanilla is evenly spread through this red teas mix and leaves you with a smooth and enjoyable cup of tea. From beginning to end you will not be disappointed with the gentle pairing which results in a great tea to wind your day down with. As a caffeine free mix, and a wonderful soothing taste, try it out before bed or while enjoying your favorite book.

Best if steeped for 5 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Red rooibos infused with natural vanilla flavors.

Orange Rooibos

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The combination of orange and rooibos is a great mixture for when you are feeling like just letting loose. Just as orange juice is best served cold, this combination lends itself very well to being prepared to be served chilled.

If you are looking for a hot cup of tea as well, then don’t worry as this tea is equally good nice and hot.

Best if steeped for 5 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Red rooibos with dried orange peels and infused with natural orange flavors.

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