Herbal Tea: African Rose

Ingredients: Organic South African Rooibos, Organic Honeybush, Rose Buds and Petals, N/A Rose Flavours

Fragrant, rich, earthy rose that lingers in the nose, and pleasantly on the palate. It is easily the most fragrant tea I've ever laid my hands on, and one tiny packet has perfumed my whole cupboard! I'm not normally a fan of rose scents or flavours, but this is such a glowing combination with rooibos that this is a new, very firm, favourite.

It is, of course, a strongly floral tea, but the rooibos grounds it nicely, and rounds out the flavour into a full, rich cup. Deceptively simple, but it's beautiful, just beautiful! Why are you still reading this? Go get some!



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