Green Rooibos Tea

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Herbal Rooibos Blend
Green Rooibos
Herbaceous, Sweet, Fruity, Tropical, White Grapes
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Caffeine Free
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205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 45 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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Mountain Rose Herbs

Handcrafted Organic Goodness
This little box contains the world’s yummiest organic tea!
All of our delicious teas are handcrafted by herb-loving artisans here in Eugene, Oregon, from writing recipes and blending herbs to assembly and packaging, our beautiful teas are created by their inspired hands.

All of the organic ingredients found in our line of teas are certified organic by Oregon Tilth. We will never use herbs that are conveniently grown with synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, or ecologically harmful chemicals. Farming methods which utilize these methods have damaging consequences to our communities, wildlife, watersheds and livelihoods, and Mountain Rose Herbs will not take part in supporting such a system.

By sipping this tea, you are supporting organic agriculture one cup at a time.

Green Rooibos Tea
Contains: A smooth, unfermented Rooibos with a subtle herb flavor and high in antioxidants. Hearty and less sweet than red rooibos tea. This amber-hued brew is suitable for all ages. Caffeine free. Certified Kosher by Earth Kosher Fair Trade Certified by IMO.
Instruction for a blissful cup:
Enjoy the healing properties of our organic tea by following these recommended instructions.
Herbal Teas:
Fill your favorite infuser with 1 tsp of loose leaf tea; place tea-filled infuser into a 6-10 oz mug. Pour gently simmering water over the fresh loose-leaf tea. Steep for 3 to 5 minutes. Lift your infuser to strain and drip any excess goodness into your cup.

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A review of Green Rooibos Tea by Mountain Rose Herbs

Company: Mountain Rose Herbs
Tea Name: Green Rooibos
Tea Type/Varietal: green
Region: China
Steeping Vessel/Amt Leaf: cup/ loose leaf
Liquor Color: amber
Leaf Characteristic: the leaves are finely cut…tiny little shreds or pulps with hints of green tea and of the rooibos strewn in.

  1. Steeping:

1st Steeping:
Water Temp: 190
Time: 3 minutes

I wanted to fix for myself a cup of this tea today and so I reopened the tea box and take one heaping teaspoon of the tea and put this in my strainer which is placed over my tea mug and I then pour the hot water over the tea.

It is a mild aroma with nothing in particular jumping at you and when I remove the strainer from my mug, the tea’s color is that golden amber with reddish hues. As I sip of the tea it is both sweetly and woodsy in an herbal sort of way. I mean it is a little grassy in the taste which is sweetened by the rooibos blend.

I like this tea as it is a satisfying cup of freshly made hand crafted tea that I did not create but instead fixing a cup of this tea for myself, I can envision the fresh herbs as the fragrant mixes in the air to tantalize my senses and palette.

2nd Steeping:
Water Temp: 200
Time: 5 minutes

I infused the second cup of tea for longer with freshly boiled water which makes for this cup of tea to be hotter than previous cup. I like my tea very hot so that I have to sip at it slowly. There is no astringency in this tea and it is not as sweet but there is still plenty of rooibos in this cup of tea.

Overall tasting notes: A smooth cup of Rooibos tea with a subtle herb flavor that is high in antioxidants and it is less sweet than a regular cup of Rooibos tea.

Classification: Year, and region of production; Product of China

Cup’s characteristic: rich in antioxidant and good for you

Liquor color: amber-hued brew

Taste: is sweetly with a mild grassy/woodsy note

190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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This is one of my favourite teas. I didn’t try it for a long time because I have never really liked Red Rooibos, but I’m so glad I finally did.

It is great on it’s own in the evening when I want to wind down from my day, and it’s really good as a base in herbal tea blends to keep them caffeine-free. It withstands over-steeping a lot better than regular tea leaves, so I like to use it in gingery decoctions that I drink all day at work.

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300th Tasting Note!

I really enjoyed this tea and am a bit sad to see it go. I think this and rooibos chai are what I’ve been reaching for most often with this pregnancy. At the same time, since this is the only straight green rooibos I’ve tried, I’m looking forward to trying green rooibos from other companies. This tea is herbaceous, with a sweet fruitiness that I find really appealing. I’m not sure what fruit it reminds me of exactly. Maybe white grape juice, but not quite so sweet, and a hint of something tropical. I’m surprised that green rooibos isn’t used as a base for more fruity herbal teas, but it does seem to be steadily growing in popularity which pleases me. I would definitely be willing to buy more of this, but first I want to see how it compares to green rooibos from other companies.

Flavors: Fruity, Herbaceous, Sweet, Tropical, White Grapes

Boiling 8 min or more 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

Happy 300th! :)


Yay for 300!


Happy 300th! I just recently passed my 300th as well :)


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