Get Clean - No. 7 (Wellness Collection)

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Herbal Rooibos Blend
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Almond, Bark, Creamy, Dandelion, Nuts, Sweet, Cardboard, Vanilla
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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 30 sec 20 oz / 591 ml

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From The Republic of Tea

Herb Tea for Detoxing

Had too much of a good thing? Feeling out of balance, a bit heavy or puffy? Then it’s time to get clean. This gentle naturally caffeine-free herbal detox blend helps the body help itself as it stimulates the liver, one of our natural cleansing mechanisms.

Ingredients: Rooibos (leaf), Milk Thistle (seed), Indian Sarsaparilla (root), Dandelion (root), Chicory (root), Burdock (root), Red Clover (herb), Natural Vanilla Flavor, Natural Almond Flavor.

About The Republic of Tea View company

The Republic of Tea is a progressive and socially conscious business recognized for being the leading purveyor of more than 200 premium teas and herbs, ready-to-drink iced teas and more. Founded in 1992, The Republic of Tea sparked a tea revolution in America with the purpose of enriching people’s lives through the experience of premium teas and a Sip by Sip Rather Than Gulp by Gulp lifestyle.

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I’ve had this tea for a while now, actually this is my second tin of it.

I’ve discovered it does work pretty well after those evenings where you feel like you ate/drank too much. I think the herbs in the formula are mildly diuretic and supposed to have some impact on your liver.

As far as the flavor is concerned, it mostly tastes like rooibos with a bit of vanilla/almond flavor thrown in. It isn’t something I would drink primarily for the flavor, however. When you drink it hot, the herbs have a tendency to become slightly bitter.

I put some of this in the fridge last night and cold brewed it, it tastes pretty good that way. I put 4 teabags into a quart container. I wonder if you get the full benefit of the herbs that way, who knows. Anyway I was pleased to find that it makes a decent cold brew tisane because maybe I will finish it off sooner now.

Iced 8 min or more

Is this the red rooibos base or green?


It’s red

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1767 tasting notes

After all the over-indulging I’ve done during the holidays, a bit of Detoxing might not be a bad thing.

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By looking at your score for this tea, I see that detoxing is not tasty. :)


It tastes like burning.


@Lena: Not terribly, if you read my other notes on this tea I find it too medicinal-tasting for my liking.

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I’m kind of a sucker for detox stuff. Especially after holidays/weekends/late-night dinners. I keep this at work in case I feel gross in the morning after any/all of those instances.

It kind of grows on you. I couldn’t place the smell for the longest time (rooibos, apparently, but somewhat familiar…), until I went back to my alma mater for homecoming. Apparently, my campus has a slight smell of rooibos. Figure that one out. I actually stepped outside and said, “It smells like that tea!”

It’s a bit potent, but I like the taste of it. Not crazy dark, but not subtle, either. Apparently I enjoy rooibos. Who knew. As for a detox, it’s all right. Not a serious detox, certainly, but it makes me feel a little less gross come lunch time.

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I got this from Jillian:) This is only the 2nd detox tea I’ve tried, both of which have been bags.

I didn’t even have to take the bags out of the ziplock before smelling the rooibos… uh oh. Oh well, I’ve been surprised by rooibos before. I way the bag and am not surprised when it reads 1.3g. All of ROT’s bags that I’ve tried have been extremely light, but fortunately that doesn’t mean I’ve wished for more leaf. I steeped 1 bag in 6oz of water just below boiling point for 7 min. Another uh oh, I can smell the rooibos even stronger the second the bag hits the water.

7 min later I take sip. Holy rooibos! Well at least it doesn’t taste like licorice. The almond and vanilla do sweeten it and I can taste the sarsparilla as well. Actully it tastes like a lighter, sweeter version of the Rootbeer Rooibos Fava Tea Co. sells.

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Backlogging this one. It’s been a little while since I’ve done a detox, so I decided this was a good week to do one. Tomorrow is my last day of my “detox week”, and I’d have to say it’s nice. I’m feeling better about myself overall, maybe because I’m being healthier overall.

Either way, this tea tastes nice. I put a tsp. of honey in it, and I love it.

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558 tasting notes

Weak, even after a long steep — stingy amount of leaves in the bag. Mildly diuertic, and the rooibos will help one re-balance, but hardly a serious detox. I’d suggest brewing up your favourite loose rooibos instead and knocking back a good potful.

Boiling 8 min or more

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I like this tea! The vanilla blends well with the rooibus for a grounding earthy flavor. I have a cup or two after a heavy meal, and it really does help me feel lighter. As to actual “detox” benefits, I am not sure.

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I’m not even in need of much of a detox but last night I really wanted some tea before bed and my mom was in the kitchen so I asked her to surprise me with something “delicious and decaffeinated”

What she brought me was this with some vanilla almond milk in it. Definitely fit the bill for what I was asking! Calming, rich, smells delicious, and of course if you like red tea (like I do) it tastes delicious and earthy like red tea is supposed to.

Good to know that when I DO need a detox (read: after thanksgiving) that I’ve got a delicious tea to fall back on!

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Loved this tea. I especially liked the nutty flavor of it. It’s pairs really well with Tim Tams.

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I’m surprised I liked this tea. Vanilla, almonds, rooibos, and the chicory are the most dominant though the color is a deep, robust red and the taste is naturally creamy and sweet. At the same time, I can see why people tasted cardboard since the red tea has a tobacco, woodsy flavor alone, and somehow the creaminess of the vanilla also resembles aged packing material…if that’s possible. Anyway, I do taste the red clover and the dandelion which adds to the nuttiness and herbal sweetness. I’m probably biased to this tea because I like those ingredients. Obviously, this appeals to newer tea drinkers or those in a mood for something to pair with almond cookies. The ingredients are also fairly solid like the milk thistle which is commonly used for hangovers. Clearly, this is a health nut’s tea and really is enjoyed for the health benefits of the ingredients.

Flavors: Almond, Bark, Creamy, Dandelion, Nuts, Sweet

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