Chai Rooibos

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Chai Herbal Rooibos Blend
Cardamom Pods, Cinnamon Bark, Clove, Ginger Root, Rooibos Leaves, Stevia Leaf
Rooibos, Sweet, Cardamon, Spices
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Caffeine Free
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200 °F / 93 °C 6 min, 15 sec 9 oz / 268 ml

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From Yogi Tea

Evoke the beauty of South Africa with Yogi’s delicious all organic Chai Rooibos – a creative twist on traditional chai. Bask in the spicy warmth of Indian chai with caffeine-free rooibos, the red tea of South Africa. Enjoyed for centuries by the people of the Western Cape of South Africa, rooibos is now known to be a potent antioxidant, which helps protect the body from damaging free radicals. A traditional Ayurvedic combination of cardamom, cinnamon and clove adds gently warming and cleansing properties. Enjoy Chai Rooibos any time of day for a stimulating cup of tea.

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2977 tasting notes

This is great with a splash of Almond Breeze unsweetened almond milk/coconut milk. It smooths out the spices and adds some gentle coconut flavor, no sugar needed (and less fat, more calcium than dairy milk!). taken this way, it reminds me of the “Thai Coconut Chai” I used to have from Celestial Seasonings.

Boiling 8 min or more

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10 tasting notes

A bright almost orange-flavored chai – no orange in there though! Has a good amount of spice to it. I had it chilled, without milk or sugar. (Tea is how I convince myself to drink enough water every day!) I like that it’s rooibos, so I won’t oversteep it and make it bitter.

Thanks to Rachel for recommending I try a rooibos-based chai!

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2 tasting notes

One of my absolute favorite blends of chai. So much body and so nourishing, refreshing and warming. I find it best on it own untainted and well steeped.

145 °F / 62 °C 8 min or more

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7 tasting notes

Delish , it makes me feel like I’m in india and south africa at the same time with a teaspoon of honey it warms you up with a tang of spice and fruit

Boiling 2 min, 45 sec

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702 tasting notes

Sent a few bags to Mr. Bednar without trying it myself first.

It’s fine, nothing special and not worth the sometimes steep prices Yogi teas can fetch. I smell it all, I taste it all — rooibos, cardamom, ginger, cinnamon, clove (barely on swallow), stevia. Despite the nose-burning spice of the dry bag it’s not spicy in taste. It’s not initially sweet but much later after a swig the stevia comes out as a kind of superficial sweet slickness lining my mouth. The brew is watery. Another meh by Yogi.

Martin: my bag tag says, “In life, don’t create just an impression, create a trust.” What?? On some level I get it but it’s so vague, kind of like Yogi teas themselves. Anybody want to enlighten me because I feel I’ve failed, haha.

Boiling 7 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML
Martin Bednář

Yeah, their quotes sometimes hit the nail on the head. But sometimes they are weird or vague. Their blends sounds in theory usually so tast, nice packaging; but they should focus on teas I guess.


Taking a mental inventory, but I don’t think I’ve ever liked a Yogi tea. Always far too slick and sweet, as you’ve mentioned here.


Never had a Yogi that I’ve liked, either. They go way too hard with the stevia and licorice root. I feel like Yogi makes blends that are meant to appeal to people who have deprived themselves of sweets for years and have forgotten what caramel or mocha or whatever actually tastes like.

Martin Bednář

I kind of enjoyed Yogi (but European version) with name “Positive energy”. But I rated it “only” 75/100.

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726 tasting notes

Received two tea bags from derk. Thank you!

Picked one and quote on tag is saying that I am equally beautful as the universe. If tea thinks so…

Anyway to the tea. Rather short :) this time.

It is quite woody, sweet, muted spices. Boring, missing the most important part. And that is some body. Body is too much rooibos and there is on notes of lingering spices or anything spicy at all. It is sweet rooibos blend.

10 OZ / 300 ML

I have one bag. Been putting off trying it because of assumed Yogi mediocrity. Motivation? It’s the last Yogi tea in my cupboard.

Martin Bednář

Well, I don’t know if I want to laugh on your statement or cry.
But yeah, unfortunately it is very medicore. And quite sweet :/


Laugh, please! Leave the crying to me!

Martin Bednář

Okay, I will. But don’t cry too much, please.

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358 tasting notes

I knew I was going to need something a bit spicy that I could steep a big mug of to keep me warm for a while this morning, so I stole some of this from the SO’s housemates. I wouldn’t buy it, but it served its purpose!

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484 tasting notes

I’ve been looking for a good bagged rooibos chai, so I ordered five different kinds from Amazon. This is probably my least favorite. I really don’t like cardamon, which is the second ingredient after rooibos, and it has stevia, which often bothers my stomach and tastes unpleasant to me. Even with milk, the cardamon flavor dominated. This may be just what someone else is looking for, but it’s really not for me.

Flavors: Cardamon, Spices, Sweet

Boiling 8 min or more 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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57 tasting notes

This one doesn’t do much for me. No matter how long I steep this tea the rooibos overpowers the spices. It’s pretty bland.

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2816 tasting notes

This is an ok rooibos chai but not really a favorite. I’ve come to realize I like chais that contain both fennel and pepper because I like the spicy kick that comes with that. this chai is on the sweeter side, with cardamom, cinnamon, ginger and clove. It also contains stevia, which is a bit on the strong side for me. When I sweeten with stevia, I use a bottle dropper and one or two drops because it just gets so overwhelming if you use too much. After I drink this I get the “too much” kind of taste in my mouth.

Anyway I am sure I will finish the box, but can’t tea makers just let you add your own stevia or sugar to tea after you’ve brewed it?

Boiling 7 min, 0 sec

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