Celestial Seasonings African Tea, Red Safari Spice, 20-Count Tea Bags (Pack of 6)

December 16, 2013 - Comment

Caffeine free. 100% Natural. This product contains all natural ingredients and flavors, and no artificial colors or preservatives. Gluten free. Experience the unexpected pleasures of an African odyssey with Red Safari Spice Tea. This magnificent rooibos herb tea offers a slightly sweet, fruity flavor with a twist of red pepper and a kiss of ginger

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Caffeine free. 100% Natural. This product contains all natural ingredients and flavors, and no artificial colors or preservatives. Gluten free. Experience the unexpected pleasures of an African odyssey with Red Safari Spice Tea. This magnificent rooibos herb tea offers a slightly sweet, fruity flavor with a twist of red pepper and a kiss of ginger and cinnamon. Every naturally caffeine-free sip steams wiht a delicious, spicy flavor, evoking the marvels of Africa and her burnished panoramas. So pitch the tent, and put the kettle on. It’s tea time on the savannah.

Product Features

  • Case of six boxes, each box containing 20 tea bags (total of 120 tea bags)
  • Blend of fruity rooibos with a twist of red pepper and a kiss of ginger and cinnamon
  • Naturally caffeine-free; contains all-natural ingredients
  • Packaging features whimsical original artwork; stringless teabags help reduce waste
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

Comments

Pug Luva says:

Best flavor of tea ever A co-worker purchased this tea at a local grocery store. The moment the tea bag hit my hot water, I was in love. First, this tea has an amazing smell, aside from the delicious flavor. Also, it’s rooibos, which I find to be a nice mild tea. The kind which allows you to leave the tea bag in your cup, so you don’t have to squeeze and dispose of it while they’re dripping and hot. Unfortunately, when I went to buy more I couldn’t find it at any of the local stores. Luckily, Amazon had it available…

Bonnieblue says:

Wonderful, strange, exotic tea! I was driven to find an African “bush” tea which was enjoyed so much by Precious Remotswe, the principal character in Alexander McCall Smith’s No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency series of enchanting tales from Botswana, Africa. After reading the first three books in which Mma Ramotswe and her…

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