Chocolate Mint

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Herbal Rooibos Blend
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  • “Had this in a tea bag which was not ideal, but the SpecialTeas pyramid tea bags are actually very nice. They're nice and roomy for the leaves to float and they're strong enough to hold their shape...” Read full tasting note
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South African Rooibos with chocolate bits and peppermint leaves. Great for when you need chocolate decadence with an uplifting touch of mint. Refeshing character that can satisfy a sweet tooth! If you enjoy “After-Eight” or “Andes” mints, you will love this tea!

Recommendations: Use 1 heaping tsp. per 6 oz. cup; heat fresh water to a roaring boil; let steep for 5 minutes.

Ingredients: Rooitea, peppermint, chocolate chips (sugar, cocoa mass, cocoa powder, emulsifier lecithin),flavoring

Health Benefits: Rooibos has been long known for its many medicinal properties: soothing upset stomachs, aiding with digestion, calming nervous tension, and providing relief from allergies such as eczema. Rooibos is an excellent source of antioxidants, which appear to reduce the risk of certain chronic diseases including cancer. Studies show that Rooibos can promote healthy skin, teeth, including cancer. Studies show that Rooibos can promote healthy skin, teeth, Naturally caffeine-free and rich in vitamins and minerals, Rooibos is completely safe for pregnant and breastfeeding women, as well as children.

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Had this in a tea bag which was not ideal, but the SpecialTeas pyramid tea bags are actually very nice. They’re nice and roomy for the leaves to float and they’re strong enough to hold their shape when in the water so they don’t suffocate the leaves. The leaves smell like those chocolate mints you get from restaurants, really interesting and tasty. None of the tones are very strong, just subtle and delicate. The mint is persistent and offers a refreshing splash with each sip. Following that is a light and faintly sweet malty chocolate flavor that balances the sharpness of the mint. Nice tea, especailly because I am not necessarily the biggest fan of rooibos teas.

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