Caffeine-Free Rooibos

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Rooibos Tea
Red Rooibos
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine Free
Kosher, Organic
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185 °F / 85 °C 5 min, 45 sec

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Rooibos (Aspalathus linearis), meaning “Red Bush” in the Afrikaans language, is indigenous to South Africa’s Western Cape where it was originally consumed by the Khoisan nomadic ethnic groups. Today, rooibos is cultivated near the Cederberg Mountain area within the wider Cape Floristic Region, a biodiversity hotspot home to a natural shrubland, or “fynbos,” ecosystem.

Naturally caffeine-free, Rooibos creates a delicious infusion with the richness of honey and a smooth, sweet flavor. It is often brewed strong and served with a slice of lemon, which draws out its sweet fruity notes of ripe berries.

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Bold and rich flavor that goes down smooth. Best when you let it steep for a longer amount of time and with water that is just under a boil

170 °F / 76 °C 5 min, 15 sec

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This tea is delicious and great for any health conscious individual. Not only do I like the fact that Rishi’s rooibos tea is organic, but red tea is caffeine-free and usually the price is pretty low! It is naturally sweet and has an earthy, nutty flavor.

I like to drink this tea by itself with a little bit of honey or mixed in with others. It can add a little extra rooibos flavor to anything you mix it with. The downside though is that rooibos tea does not hold well when steeped multiple times.

However, because it won’t get bitter if steeped for a long time like green, black, or oolong tea, you can let the 2nd or 3rd steep infuse for a lot longer than you normally would.

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Mixed this with peppermint tonight. Tasty!

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