Organic Red Christmas Rooibos Tea, Loose Leaf Tea, Positively Tea LLC. (1 LB.)

July 20, 2017 - Comment

Positively Tea LLC. Discover the power of tea in its purest form. Positively Tea LLC. specializes in USDA organic loose leaf teas from all over the world. Our wide array of USDA Organic loose-leaf teas are perfect for every step of your tea journey. Shop from a variety of stunningly fresh teas, all free of

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Positively Tea LLC.

Discover the power of tea in its purest form. Positively Tea LLC. specializes in USDA organic loose leaf teas from all over the world. Our wide array of USDA Organic loose-leaf teas are perfect for every step of your tea journey. Shop from a variety of stunningly fresh teas, all free of artificial flavors, harsh chemicals and GMOs.

Organic Red Christmas Rooibos Tea

A cheerful holiday blend of organic South African Rooibos, organic rose petals, organic cinnamon chips, organic apple bits, organic orange peel and natural holiday flavoring.

What Is In My Tea? No unwanted chemicals or harsh additives, only naturally derived flavors and positivi-tea!

Product Features

  • 1 pound (16 ounce) loose leaf tea – resealable bag for optimal flavor and freshness
  • USDA organic ingredients, non-GMO, pesticide-free
  • Naturally caffeine-free, rich in antioxidants, vitamins & minerals
  • Ingredients: organic South African rooibos + organic rose petals + organic cinnamon chips + organic apple bits + organic orange peel + organic holiday flavor
  • Brew time and measurements may vary depending on tea type

Comments

Paul W. Ward says:

Be careful when ordering! Be careful when ordering! 

Stephen M. Huddleston says:

Good taste. High dust level Good taste. High dust level. Biggest complaint is quantity of twigs interspersed in tea. Probably close to 1% of the total bag. Will not buy again.

Lindsey N. says:

Strong and flavorful tea – excellent with milk! Solid replacement for morning coffee. Had to give up my morning coffee due to acid reflux. Experimented with different types of black and green tea. Now I enjoy a matcha latte on occasion, or an afternoon oolong. But for my morning drink, I settled on a strong mug of Scottish breakfast tea. (At least, I think it’s strong: I use two slightly rounded teaspoons in 16oz of water for 6 minutes.) This stuff has a stronger flavor than English or Irish breakfast tea, it brews very dark, and tastes great with milk (or unsweetened soy milk,…

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