Lavender Coconut Rooibos

Tea type
Herbal Rooibos Blend
Ingredients
Coconut Flakes, Lavender Flowers, Natural Flavours, Red Rooibos
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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  • “I have a kind of fascination with the idea of matching rooibos up with different flavors. It’s as if I’m watching a favorite bachelor dating various women and laying bets as to which one he’ll...” Read full tasting note

From Savoy Tea Co

The calming aroma of the delicate purple-lavender mixed with a hint of sweet coconut is soothing to the soul. A perfect caffeine-free choice for a beautiful garden tea-party or winding down at the end of the day.

Ingredients: South African red rooibos, shredded coconuts, lavender flowers select from France, all natural flavor

Steeping Suggestions:

1 teaspoon tea
8 oz water at 208 degrees
Steep for 5-7 minutes

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I have a kind of fascination with the idea of matching rooibos up with different flavors. It’s as if I’m watching a favorite bachelor dating various women and laying bets as to which one he’ll marry. This combination looked interesting so I decided to give it a try.

It smelled good during it’s five minute steep, though my big sis’s observation that rooibos tends to crumble into tiny fragments and find it’s way out of the tea strainer and into the cup was sadly evident. I really ought to pour this stuff through a coffee filter but I’m too lazy. Oh well, ce la vie…

This blend is rather nice, actually. The lavender goes well with the rooibos and the additional coconut flavor rounds it out and gives it a little something. There’s a hint of caramelized flavor as well, as if the coconut were toasted. I’m pretty sure this one would be lovely with cream or coconut milk and sugar, but it stands alone quite nicely. I’ll look forward to more of this in the future.

But next time I brew this, I’ll be using a darn coffee filter.

gmathis

This must be a new one; don’t remember it from recent visits. I bet it smells luscious!

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