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Herbal Honeybush Rooibos Blend
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From Steep City Teas

From Western Cape province in South Africa, Steep City Teas brings you one of the best Rooibos blends we have. Just by looking at it this tea, you should feel the fall season, red rooibos and orange peel create the warm crimson atmosphere, fragrant marigolds give it a yellow sparkle and the vanilla and peach aroma enhances its nectar-like taste.

Rooibos, honey bush, marigolds, corn flowers, orange peels, natural flavors.

Amount: 1 teaspoon per 8 oz for hot tea.
Steep at: 212 degrees for 5 minutes.

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353 tasting notes

This isn’t anything special. It smells lovely but the taste is pretty bland. Even a bit of sugar didn’t bring out the flavors in this rooibos tea. I will finish the batch but won’t be reordering this one.

5 min, 15 sec

I am sorry to hear that. Did you steep it for less than 5 minutes? We usually think is a very flavorful rooibos tea. It is actually one of our best sellers here in Miami. What do you think is missing? Thank you for your feedback


I steeped it for a little over 5 minutes. I just couldn’t taste anything much other than “sweet”. I’ve drunk it several more times since and I have had the same experience. Blame my taste buds.

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124 tasting notes

Silentrequiem gave me a sample of this (Thanks!) and noted that it was a little weak, so I steeped this for quite a while (10-11 minutes) and added a bit of rock sugar. What an interesting flavor… It does smell and taste like autumn, but there is no apple flavor (from the name, I would have expected apple pieces in it). The orange flavor is strong and the taste isn’t bad (although it smells better than it tastes). I feel like this could taste better if blended with something… Maybe something with apples? :) It did taste a bit syrupy, but that may have been from my steeping it for so long.

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