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Tega Rooibos Red Tea

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Rooibos Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Tea & Toxiphobia
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185 °F / 85 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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From Nu-Tea Imports

From high in the pristine Cedarberg Mountains of South Africa, we bring you our premium quality Rooibos tea now under the Tega brand.
Relax and enjoy the Tega Rooibos experience. Nourish your body and soothe your soul. Tega Rooibos teas are certified organic, naturally caffeine free and low in tannin, so they never get bitter.
Enjoy the rich smooth taste all day long, either hot or iced with lemon or fruit juice.

- Exceptional Value: One tea bag can make a small tea pot (4-5 cups)

- Naturally Sweet

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I usually enjoy this tea a lot… but at the moment I’m getting hungry, which kind of ruins the experience.
As promised by the company, it doesn’t seem to get bitter, even after a good long steeping.
Near the bottom of my cup, here… I am contemplating iced Rooibos. I find that luke-warm Rooibos is a big turn-off, so I do wonder about iced. How about milk? Is Rooibos drunk with milk, ever? I seem to think it would be, for some reason. Maybe it’s a total taboo, I don’t know.
I suppose I’m not writing much about the actual tea. Some cups are like that.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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