Shaman's Secret

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Rooibos Tea
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Rooibos is Afrikaans for Red Bush, and South Africa is the home of Rooibos Tea. Red Leaf Tea has discovered that this sweet and nutty herbal brew, or tisane, is rapidly become one of the most popular teas on our menu, and so we have worked with our suppliers to create this stimulating new wine infused tea! We added the sweetening herbs of safflower and cornflowers to the pecan-like flavor of Rooibos, and then infused the batch with a strong red cabernet wine. This blend of flowery and nutty flavors with the grape of the wine turned out to be fantastic, and we named this unique tea after the impressive shamans that still heal patients in South Africa today.

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Ohmygoodness. I really enjoy this tea! It’s not for the faint of heart (or overly-sensitive tastebuds) because boy, this flavour sure does pack a wallop!

I really enjoy rooibos and honeybush at night because of the lack of caffeine. I usually go for vanilla, chocolate, or caramel-flavoured ones, however with my great love of wine, this was one I just couldn’t pass up.

What a wonderfully rich flavour! You really can taste the cabarnet wine, alone with something sweet. The rooibos is lovely, and brews up deep red. The aroma on is almost a little chocolate-y, but you can also definitely get some fuity notes as well.

The taste is astounding. I really love it! Sweet, rich, and sophisticated. The flavour is exceptionally strong and distinctive though, so I can see why it wouldn’t be for everyone. However, it most definitely is one for me! Loved it! Just what I needed to finish up the accounting and get ready to curl up with a good book. :)

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. . . ew.

I’m not sure exactly which ingredient really stuck out to me, because everything (except the cabernet) sounded pretty good. And it didn’t really taste like cabernet. I did get the earthy nuttiness described, but not in a good way. I’m sure there is someone out there who likes sweet honeybushy teas with wine notes, but that someone is not me.

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