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Green Guayusa Herbal Honeybush Rooibos Blend
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From Traveling Tea

Brand NEW April 2016
Latte inspired blend

With fair trade cacao nibs and nutritious nutty chufa sedge, roasted dandelion root and a touch of maple syrup sweetness + caffeine from guayusa, you get a dairy-free, nut-free, gluten-free, soy-free beverage full of rich, creamy latte-like flavor.

“So GOOD” – When you want the flavor of a latte late in the day – Naturally lower in caffeine, AND calories!

Contains All Organic: *Tisano cacao nibs, chufa sedge, dandelion root, maple syrup crystals, pepitas, sunflower seeds, sarsaparilla root, honeybush, rooibos, *Runa guayusa, *Tisano cacao hulls, *houjicha, chicory root, marshmallow leaf, coconut, vanilla bean essence; and natural chocolate, vanilla, and coconut flavors
*Fair Trade and/or Direct Trade

2 ounces makes approximately 18 cups of tea

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I like the combination of flavors in this lovely latte.

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Traveling Tea is a teashop less than a mile from my house, and my favorite teas from that shop are custom blends that the owner, Kateri, creates. Both Sil & I have sung the praises of the Pumpkin Ginger Spice blend that Kateri makes every fall, from locally raised, roasted, and dehydrated pumpkins! That tea is pure awesomeness!

So here is another of Kateri’s blends, a new one! I I should mention up front that I’m not a huge fan of guayusa or rooibos, and my first sip, in fact my first inhale, told me I wasn’t really going to enjoy this tea much.

However, it actully is very enjoyable. The texture is creamy, although I didn’t add any type of ‘milk’ to it, and the blend of flavors is nicely done, so that no one flavor stands out over all. It kind of reminds me of ovaltine, with it’s mix of cacao hulls & vanilla, and there is a nuttiness to it as well. It’s not a bold cup of tea, but the dandelion and chicory add a bass note, so it’s not wimpy either. I dlidn’t add any sweetener, however there’s a little sarsparilla & maple in there, and really it was sweet enough.

If you’re interested in checking out the teas Kateri offers, here’s a link to her website:


Really? I am also not a fan of guayasa. I really should get you to pick up a few from her shop in the sample sizes for me one of these days….


Custom tea…less than a mile…Danger, Will Robinson! (At least it would be for my allowance!)

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