Cosy Club Drink

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The Cosy Club Drink from THE TEA SETNEW YORK is the perfect luxurious beverage to enjoy in your living room or at the club.

Organic. Surprise your date with this scented rooibos that will make our SET members unique.

Rooibos have strong benefits. They are very rich in antioxidants and vitamin C. They have a large numbers of virtuedepends on their fruits, herbs, spices or vegetables compositions. They help iron absorption and digestion, bones and skin, teeth and mouth health, allergies and nervous system. Rooibos are caffeine free so you can enjoy them day and night …

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This smells like a mixed drink but I couldn’t tell you which one. There is much mystery to this Rooibos when it comes to smell. It’s not a sweet as I thought it would be…like a Rooibos but a woodsy-alcohol type taste. Regardless it’s a bold and even taste and I think I kind of like it! I was very excited to try The Tea Set for the first time and I am hoping to try some more…Today I was trying to view their website and wasn’t able to so that was a BUMMER


The more I am sipping this – the more I like it and think it’s very different from any rooibos I have ever tried!

All things green

That’s funny you tasted an alcohol flavor and it’s called “Club” drink. Maybe that’s the intent. Sounds interesting.


LOL – Wondered if I didn’t know the name of it if I wouldn’t have tasted that…ya know!? :P


I definitely agree that the power of suggestion can affect taste. Did you know that the only difference between orange and grape soda is the scent and the color?

Madison Bartholemew

that’s exactly why I go off about things not tasting like what they are called!


I agree Madison. I love surprises (especially teas that morph w/ additional infusions), but a tea that starts out not tasting like the name is extremely aggrivating for me. My mojito tea is that way, for what’s in it, it’s a good tea- but there is absolutely no rum flavoring in it and that’s what makes a mojito.


Yeah…almost ALL the Mojito Teas I have tried seem to be that way…they are WAY OFF!!! :)


The one I have would be spot on if you added rum to it, but while I understand some people add things to their tea (I myself add milk to my chai sometimes), I don’t think the customer should have to add something to it for it to live up to its name.

Madison Bartholemew

yea! preach it sister!

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