Ellysa said

"Mokka Rooibos" from Seattle?

I hope this is the right place to post, this is my first time posting!

My friend and I recently snail mailed each other a little tea swap. It was a lot of fun, and I’ve discovered some really great teas! One of them is a loose leaf tea that she sealed up in a ziploc for me. It’s called “Mokka Rooibos” and came with the instructions to boil in soy, strain and then enjoy. She said she got it from a tea shop in Seattle, but she can’t remember where. I’m hoping someone on here might be familiar with Seattle tea shops, and maybe even this tea? It’s an unbelievably delicious treat, and when I get to the end of this ziploc, I know I’m going to be looking for more!

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Jessie said

This probably isn’t terribly helpful, but a quick Google came up with a few results for places in B.C. selling a tea called Mokka Rooibos. From what I could tell, one of the tea houses was serving the tea from this place: http://www.herbalrepublic.com/shop/index.php?route=product/product&path=50&product_id=104

Maybe you could order it from there? Being in same general area, perhaps wherever your friend found it was selling the same tea. At least it’s a pretty unique name so hopefully it’s the same one. :)

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Ellysa said

That could very well be it! She’s in Vancouver… maybe she picked it up there and just mixed it up with something else?! This is good news – I’ll be out there in January!! Thanks so much! I don’t know why it didn’t occur to me to just search the tea name. I searched for tea shops in Seattle in attempts to find the tea, instead. Silly me!

Jessie said

Haha! No problem. I hope you get your hands on some!

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