Rooibos Tea

$ 14.00 

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Clarify:

  • Optimize immunity with magnesium, zinc & potassium
  • Repair your skin's moisture barrier with nutrient-rich polyphenols
  • Provide a powerful defense against signs of aging with vitamin c, calcium, & iron
  • Caffeine-free

Tasting profile:
A deep red color announces harmony with high, youthful tones of juicy red fruit. Currants and citrus are layered with raisin, fresh cedar, malty grains, and raspberry, still on the vine.

Ingredients:
Certified organic whole leaf red Rooibos

Single origin:
Cederburg mountains, Western Cape, South Africa
Sustainably grown
Ethically harvested

Tea notes:
Original varietal | artisan grown | revolutionary time-honored craft est. in the 17th century

Includes:
5 individually sealed biodegradable tea bags
Each bag can be re-brewed 2 (or more) times to make a total of 10 cups

Each 100% plant-based bag is hand-filled, hand-tied and hand-sealed in certified biodegradable and compostable, non-toxic bags.

Always free of: GMOs, gluten, pesticides, preservatives, bleach, nylon, plastic and metal, with love, from Hawaii.

We are honored to share with you the worlds most luxurious tea made easy.

Handcrafted in small batches on Oahu, Hawaii

  • USDA Certified Organic 

This single origin South African rooibos from the Cederberg Mountains in the Western Cape is sustainably planted, harvested, and whole-leaf processed following the same practices as generations of indigenous Khoisan tribes.

With super high vitamin C, iron, magnesium, and calcium benefits, the growing demand for authentic South African rooibos continues to increase local work and living conditions for Cederberg mountain natives.

Single Estate Origin: Cederberg Mountains, Western Cape, South Africa 

This rooibos steams directly to the world's first tea mountain in Southern Africa, dating back to the 1500-1700s.

To this day, each tea leaf is cared for by the local Khoisan Tribe. Their technique and knowledge of the lovely rooibos dates back past the 17th century.

Processing: sustainably harvested, dried indoors, lightly rolled, oxidized, re-rolled and fully dried

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