I brewed this tea bag using the filtered water from my Keurig, so the temperature might be slightly lower than the ideal brewing temp for Rooibos, but still close enough for me (and it’s a tea bag, not amazing loose leaves where I would take time to boil the water). I was able to grab a few of these from my university before I left for a semester, and boy is it amazing to have on these chilly Autumn days! It’s very aromatic with the cloves and cinnamon, then when it cools ever so slightly (still a bit too hot to drink) it takes a little like a hot cider (perhaps apple cider or wassle – which is odd since there isn’t any fruit in it). As it sat on my desk this evening, forgetting momentarily, it cooled a bit and became a little more mellow followed by a spicy kick as a finisher f or each sip. It’s wonderful for chilly days and nights as it fills you with warm fuzzes throughout your body.
Flavors: Autumn Leaf Pile, Cinnamon, Cloves, Fruity, Natural Pumpkin Spice Flavor