Just had to get the tea because of the name and it’s affiliation but after reading up online about all the goodness of red rooibos, i’m sold. Taste’s great looks like I’ll be adding yet another tea to my favorites rotation! You should try some.
“Just had to get the tea because of the name and it's affiliation but after reading up online about all the goodness of red rooibos, i'm sold. Taste's great looks like I'll be adding yet another...” Read full tasting note
“I'e never brewed this tea for long enough, until today. What a difference that makes! It always used to taste bitter and grassy, but now it tastes wonderful. My new favourite tea!” Read full tasting note
“Looooved it. Good early morning tea, no caffeine though...” Read full tasting note
“It's rooibos. ::shrug:: Nice, but doesn't blow me away. Prepared in Adagio IngenuiTEA teapot.” Read full tasting note
This tea is made from South African plant that grows near the Cape of Good Hope. It became increasingly popular during World War II due to the difficulty of shipping tea, and despite Kevin’s choice of moniker, in Japan it is known as Long Life Tea because it is believed to aid longevity. A cup of Red Death Rooibos will brew up a flavorful caffeine-free rich-red. Make it properly: use boiling water and steep for 7 minutes.
Adagio Teas has become one of the most popular destinations for tea online. Its products are available online at www.adagio.com and in many gourmet and health food stores.
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