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Strawberry & Vanilla Rooibos Herbal Infusion Tag & Envelope Teabags

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Item Code: 290320


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Origin: South Africa
Leaf Type: Rooibos
Taste:  Rich vanilla and sweet strawberries
Drink: Black or with milk and sugar to taste
Brew: 3-5 minutes according to taste
When to drink: As a refreshing caffeine-free drink any time of day
A sweet, fragrant infusion. Ripe fruit and creamy vanilla flavours combine to celebrate the English summer. A traditional South African drink, Rooibos is made using the leaves of the Redbush plant. An excellent alternative to black tea, it is naturally caffeine free and contains no added sugar or artificial sweeteners. High in antioxidants and smooth in taste, this is the perfect brew to enjoy any time of day.
This product cannot be shipped to Australia.


92.3% Rooibos, 7.6% flavouring, 0.1% Strawberries.

Brew a Perfect Cup

Ideally warm the pot first with a splash of hot water. Use one teabag per cup and always use freshly drawn and boiled water. Allow to brew for 3-5 minutes according to taste. Can be drunk with or without milk.

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Average customer rating based on 5 reviews

I use these to make a fabulous wine.... tastes and smells absolutely gorgeous... also use strawberry and mango...

Posted by Mrs Lynda Collins (8th March 2015)


This infusion has a wonderful smell and taste, and since I cannot have tea right now, this is perfect even for the evening. The smell and taste reminds of toffee or caramel, mixed with strawberry, so really delicuous!

Posted by Annalisa (22nd February 2015)


Sweet and creamy with a strong smell (in a good way).

Posted by Lucinda (14th January 2015)


I love rooibos plain, but this is gorgeous. Looks beautiful in the cup, fragrant and delicious, very refreshing.

Posted by MARGARET CALLANDER (9th July 2013)


This tea is great, smells divine and the flavour is beautiful. It healthy and tasty and is such a great treat to have instead of your everyday tea.

Posted by Karma Webb (24th January 2013)

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