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Enjoy the unique, sweet taste of this Rooibos tea grown in the Cedarberg wilderness area of South Africa. Naturally caffeine free and rich in antioxidants, it is your healthy revitalizing drink.

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It’s a unflavored rooibos, that dosn’t smell of much.
Very dusty liquid, very dark orange and very neutral all in all. This is not a tea that screams: “COME AND TRY ME”…

That’s fine also. It taste okay.
It’s you typical rooibos right there – but I am missing something vital. A freshness, a personality. If this tea was a human it would be a boring middleaged man who minds his work, loves his family but forgot to live a little for himself (so sad).

Let’s pep the tea a little bit (I usually don’t but now I feel sad for the tea because of the disciption!) brown sugar should do the trick adds sugar
Hmm. It’s fine but it’s still off. Milk? Do people add milk to rooibos?
adds milk

Wauw! It’s a whole new tea. It taste of honey now…
I like this!!! Note to self: Add milk to this every time.


I’ve never been real fond of plain rooibos… BUT I never have tried adding milk to it either…


I was very surprised, but I don’t think I would add milk to a flavored rooibos.
That would take out the fun of it.

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I love rooibos because it has no caffeine.

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it’s a fine office tea. I agree with some of Jason’s comments, but I love the earthiness. This isn’t the greatest Rooibos tea around, but it gets the job done. It doesn’t hurt that it brings back memories of my trip to South Africa.

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This is my first experience with a roobios (red bush tea) and it is interesting to say the least. Being that I usually gravitate towards much lighter, fruiter tea blends, this is a change of pace for me. The deep reddish liquor is a nice touch and the aroma and taste have a rich earthy/dirty component. However, this tea tastes too much like actual raw plant than I would prefer. The flavor of the roobios bush is much different from the natural flavors of the tea I normally drink…much more “in my face”. Probably going to have to turn it away next time it comes to my attention.

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