Saffron Tea, Saffron fusion Jasmine & Red Rooibos

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Herbal Rooibos Blend
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  • “So I picked this one up at the our discount store chain in Northeast Ohio(Marc's) for about $2.50. I've tried their Earl Grey infusion which isn't bad. This one's pretty disappointing. I would say...” Read full tasting note
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It is no secret that tea is a very popular drink, second only to drinking water, nor that it may have several potential health benefits. It is no secret either that saffron, the most expensive and exotic herb has been used for a host of health reasons and that this spice is still studied and researched today. Scientists worldwide have conducted studies examining saffron’s effects on Alzheimer’s disease, depression, impotency, PMS,weight loss, allergies, anxiety, heart health and more.
This uniquely reddish-hued herb has been used for thousands of years to enhance taste, color and aroma of ordinary dishes and beverages to create an extraordinary culinary experience. Saffron contains plant-derived chemical compounds which are said to have potential antioxidant properties and throughout history has been used in therapeutic applications. Saffron is also rich in vitamins.
Taja Tea combines these two by blending saffron and tea blends, creating a unique and exotic beverage that is not only delicious, mood boosting, but potentially healthy as well. As they say at Taja Tea: ‘Drink Happiness’.
Saffron Jasmine & Red Rooibos Tea is a happy tea, with rooibos tea from South Africa

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So I picked this one up at the our discount store chain in Northeast Ohio(Marc’s) for about $2.50. I’ve tried their Earl Grey infusion which isn’t bad. This one’s pretty disappointing. I would say it’s more of a muddle of flavors. The nice wine like quality of the rooibos doesn’t come through and neither does the jasmine. It’s not bad though for work in a pinch quick bagged pick me up.

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