Choice Organic Rooibos, Red Bush Tea, Caffine Free, 16-Count Box (Pack of 6)

December 12, 2013 - Comment

USDA organic. Fair Trade certified. Rooibos, the Red Bush Tea of South Africa, was the development of mountain inhabitants centuries ago. Described by many as having astounding healing powers, the tea brewed from Rooibos is also abundantly flavorful, Caffeine-free, yet full-bodied with a sweet, earthy aroma. Choice Organic rooibos invites a thoroughly relaxing tea break.

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USDA organic. Fair Trade certified. Rooibos, the Red Bush Tea of South Africa, was the development of mountain inhabitants centuries ago. Described by many as having astounding healing powers, the tea brewed from Rooibos is also abundantly flavorful, Caffeine-free, yet full-bodied with a sweet, earthy aroma. Choice Organic rooibos invites a thoroughly relaxing tea break. Choice Organic Teas are certified as organically grown by an independent third party. A thorough audit trail follows the tea from the gardens of origin to your cup, and every aspect of the cultivation, handling and packaging is carefully inspected to insure the integrity of this organic product. Choice Organic Teas come from mountain top gardens tended by traditional methods. Without chemicals, our Choice tea growers practice careful topsoil management and weed control, creating a balanced environment to alleviate any agricultural problems. With expertise and very diligent care, they achieve exceptional teas. Fair Trade guarantees fair wages for workers, improving their opportunities for better healthcare. By choosing Fair Trade tea, you are directly contributing to the livelihood of tea growing communities. This Fair Trade tea is independently certified by TransFair USA. Certified organic by QAI, Inc.

Product Features

  • Fair Trade Certified
  • Certified Organic
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

Comments

jenn says:

hate tea? you might like this My husband can’t stand most tea. Green tea, black tea, mint tea– all of it tastes like weeds to him. However, this summer while we were in Japan, we went to a ramen shop that put out carafes of iced tea. Being too thirsty to wait to wait for someone to flag down and ask for water, he went ahead and gulped some of the tea down. Twenty minutes later, I notice he’s not bothered to ask for water. I thought you hated tea? “I can drink this.”Fortunately, my mom’s been drinking Rooibos…

A Reader "Laying Low" says:

Pretty good, but very different I tried this Rooibos tea on a recommendation and although I find it pretty good, it is very different from anything I’ve had before. The overall quality of this product appears to be outstanding and the flavor is strong. If you are a fan of this flavor I would guess this brand is a very good one to go with.11/07/2011 – Update. After the first few bags of this tea I became addicted so I’m finally making my rounds back through to update my review from 4 stars to 5. This really is…

OldFogey says:

Refreshing red bush tea! After reading Alexander McCall Smith’s “Number 1 Ladies Detective” series, I was crazy to try the tea that Mma Ramotswe was always enjoying throughout her day. This was a good choice, but if you are expecting a typical black tea flavor, you will need to give yourself a chance to make friends with this flavor. I am on my third box of it & am now addicted. I could definitely take a tea break several times a day with a pot of this brew. And, it’s caffeine free so that is a plus. Would definitely…

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