Good Earth Herbal Tea, Sweet & Spicy, Caffeine Free, 18 Count Tea Bags (Pack of 6)

September 20, 2017 - Comment

We’re Good Earth and we make tea. But we don’t just stick to the ordinary stuff. We seek out the exotic. The unexpected. The moments where you can really let loose. Because that’s what tea should do. And so that’s how we make it. We’ve been at this for 40+ years, planting our roots in

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We’re Good Earth and we make tea. But we don’t just stick to the ordinary stuff. We seek out the exotic. The unexpected. The moments where you can really let loose. Because that’s what tea should do. And so that’s how we make it. We’ve been at this for 40+ years, planting our roots in the 1970s with our Sweet & Spicy which went from a local favorite to a country-wide “tell my friends but don’t take mine” tea. Good Earth now has teas that span all sorts of tea varietals, herbs, botanicals and flavors … naturally good things carefully chosen and masterfully blended together for a one-of-a-kind taste experience.

Product Features

  • Naturally caffeine free Rooibos red tea infusion
  • Bursts of sweet orange tangle with spicy cinnamon
  • Spiced with chicory root, rosehip, cinnamon, lemongrass, peppermint, chamomile, ginger root, anise seed, and orange peel
  • No artificial flavors, colors or preservatives
  • Kosher certified and gluten free

Comments

drkhimxz says:

Lack of Caffeine immaterial I have consumed part of three cups of coffee in my life…..thus required a different nectar with which to pass the day. Tea has played that role for nearly four score and seven years. With age and the concomitant bodily failures that inevitably occur, I have reduced my consumption and sought to reduce the caffeine in my diet. While iced tea is my preference these days, I still have one large glass of tea after dinner. This product has become a favorite one, sweetened with one of the artificial…

Amazon Customer says:

Used to be good My latest order is terrible! This tastes as bad as if not worse than the organic version. There’s no sweet, no spicy, just bitter. I wonder if it was stored improperly. I have been drinking this tea for years and aside from the time Amazon messed up my order and sent me organic it’s been great. The use by date on my last one was 30JUL17 and the new one is 03DEC17. There’s nothing on the box that says its a new version, but it’s nothing like my last one.

Starrla Rivera says:

Beware of expiration dates!! We ordered this product in February of 2016. On the outside of the brown box the shipment said Dec. 2017. So we didn’t think a thing of it. But much to our surprise the expiration date on the small Good Earth boxes that expiration date was Dec of 2010! We went ahead and tried a few singles servings and it was awful! So we’re shipping them back and we want our money credited back to our prime account….

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