Yogi Chai Rooibos Tea, 16 Tea Bags (Pack of 6)

December 13, 2013 - Comment

At Yogi we believe the purpose of business is to serve. Yogi was founded on that belief and still uses the idea of business serving as its guiding principle: “Feel Good, Be Good, Do Good.” At Yogi we are committed to providing healthy, natural teas that are accessible to as many people as possible. With

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At Yogi we believe the purpose of business is to serve. Yogi was founded on that belief and still uses the idea of business serving as its guiding principle: “Feel Good, Be Good, Do Good.” At Yogi we are committed to providing healthy, natural teas that are accessible to as many people as possible. With more than 40 years of experience, we strive to support the health and well-being of our consumers by incorporating the highest-quality natural and organic ingredients in our teas. Since our founding in 1969, the holistic teachings of Ayurveda and healthy living have been the inspiration behind Yogi. These teachings continue to inform how we develop our products, and we honor and reflect them through the Yogi Principles.

Product Features

  • Enjoy the spicy warmth of Indian chai with caffeine-free organic rooibos, the red tea of South Africa
  • Enjoyed for centuries in South Africa, rooibos supplies antioxidants which help neutralize free radicals
  • Cardamom, cinnamon and clove combine to add warmth and an intriguing flavor
  • Enjoy any time of day for an enchanting and delicious cup of tea
  • USDA certified organic herbal supplement made with non-GMO ingredients

Comments

Mudge Maxson says:

Beats out Starbucks and Twinings Chai Tea My wife is Indian and loves Chai tea, but we’re busy people and it takes a long time to make it properly. She has tried the following:1. Starbucks Chai Latte (from Starbucks)2. Starbucks Chai (concentrate, the cardboard box with the syrup in it)3. Trader Joe’s Spiced Chai (powder)4. Oregon Chai (powder and liquid)5. Some other Chai powder that Costco had a few years ago but I don’t remember the name now.6. Twinings Chai Tea (formerly Indian Spiced Chai,…

Ghislaine Schwartz says:

My favorite (non-caffeinated) chai I wrote the following review for the Black Tea version, but it also applies to the Redbush which I started drinking since getting pregnant and trying to avoid caffeine:I’ve been a chai afficionado for a while, and even more so since my trip to Nepal 2 years ago. There I was able to taste chai both in restaurants and in homes, and I have to say that Yogi’s chai is the best and most authentic one I’ve ever tried.I steep it directly in milk every morning, it’s a very…

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