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Vanilla Rooibos Herbal Tea

Vanilla Rooibos Herbal Tea

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Our Vanilla Rooibos is rich and sweet, with a full body and a smooth finish. This delicious and decadent tea is great on its own or with a splash of milk and sweetener, and makes a perfect after-dinner cup.

Cups Per Package

This loose leaf tea is carefully blended and packaged by hand in a reusable tin or a resealable kraft bag. Our 4 oz. tin or kraft bag makes approximately 35 - 40 cups of tea. Our 8 oz. kraft bag makes approximately 70 - 80 cups.

Ingredients

South African rooibos, natural vanilla flavor.

Tasting Notes

Smooth, rich, and sweet.

How To Brew Vanilla Rooibos

Use 1 level teaspoon per 6 oz. water. Heat water to a full boil. Steep for 5 minutes or more.

We recommend using a teapottea infuser, or tea filter. These brewing methods give the tea leaves enough room to expand as the tea steeps, resulting in a richer, more flavorful cup.

Vanilla Rooibos Caffeine Content

Rooibos is naturally caffeine-free.

Vanilla Rooibos Benefits

Rooibos tea is caffeine-free and low in tannins.

More About Vanilla Rooibos Herbal Tea

One of our most popular rooibos teas, Vanilla Rooibos is a delicious mix of organic rooibos and sweet, smooth vanilla. It’s a little bit of heaven in a cup, and with no caffeine, it’s the perfect way to treat yourself after the end of a long day. Whether you take it on its own, or with a touch of milk and sugar, this tea will warm you from the inside out, and is sure to leave you with a smile.

Rooibos is an herbal tea grown in South Africa’s Western Cape region. Dutch for “red bush,” rooibos is sometimes also called red tea. Rooibos is naturally caffeine-free and has a rich, slightly sweet flavor. Rooibos tea is made from the needle-like leaves of aspalathus linearis, a plant that grows in a mountainous region near the South African Atlantic coast. Owing to the unique climate and soil conditions of the region, aspalathus linearis is extremely difficult to grow in other places.

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