The Cheshire Cat's Tea

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Honeybush Rooibos Blend
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Organic
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  • “From the ingredient list, this blend sounds like a great flavour combo (aside from the honeybush/rooibos base, since I’m just not a big fan). Bananas, coconut, marshmallow root – sounds like a...” Read full tasting note

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A naturally caffeine-free blend of Honeybush & Rooibos combined with bananas, coconut & marshmallow root

The Cheshire Cat is one of my favorite characters in this story – so I simply had to include him in on this Mad Tea Party! Since that whacky cat is definitely a bit nutty, I started with a base of naturally nutty Honeybush & Rooibos. Then to take that “Mad & Crazy” message home, I added some bananas and coconut before adding some marshmallow root and just a touch of marshmallow essence.

Wonderfully sweet, this would make a fantastic after dinner treat that won’t keep you awake with caffeine. In addition to being naturally caffeine free, it’s also organic, gluten-free & allergen-free . . . and of course VEGAN!

organic ingredients: honeybush, rooibos, bananas, coconut, marshmallow root & natural flavors

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From the ingredient list, this blend sounds like a great flavour combo (aside from the honeybush/rooibos base, since I’m just not a big fan). Bananas, coconut, marshmallow root – sounds like a dream combination! However, there’s something very strongly-flavoured in it that I’m not enjoying – it’s kind of an alcoholic flavour? It could be in part the rooibos, or maybe a flavouring that’s just rubbing me the wrong way. I think I might try it brewed a little more weakly to see if that can improve the flavour, but I had trouble finishing my cup (it didn’t help that I was drinking Bread Pudding Oolong beside it, which I was absolutely in love with). Current rating would be around a 58, but maybe I can coax it up a little higher!

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