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I had the Campfire Blend with a little added maple syrup and it was omg so good.
I reminded me of the outdoors so much I had to step outside and to enjoy a cup.
I got so much cedar and piney notes with earthy sweet notes and of course wonderful smokey notes, the maple sweetness really enhanced the cedar and smokiness.
Oh this is so good :)
The only thing missing now is a campfire and some colder weather, still a great outdoor tea.

Hillel

I have never met a rooibos I like (that’s putting it mildly). I find them cloying and overwhelming. But you’re making such a good case for this tea that I’m willing to give it yet another try. What does the rooibos add to this blend that is so desirable? It looks like there are enough other notes going on that the rooibos doesn’t take over, but I fear that overpowering redness.

Cheri

I haven’t had this one yet, but I love Brenden’s teas a lot. I would imagine that the rooibos in this blend would add a woody flavor which seems to make sense here.

Thomas Edward(Toad)

You can’t really much taste rooibos in this one, its more smokey with cedar

Whispering Pines Tea Company

I hate rooibos and this is one of my favorite teas :)

Hillel

OK OK, you’ve convinced me. The rest of the brew sounds so good that I’m willing to risk the rooibos. What is it about rooibos that inspires such passion on both ends of the spectrum? ;-)

Kirkoneill1988

campfire blend, does that taste smokey?

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Hillel

I have never met a rooibos I like (that’s putting it mildly). I find them cloying and overwhelming. But you’re making such a good case for this tea that I’m willing to give it yet another try. What does the rooibos add to this blend that is so desirable? It looks like there are enough other notes going on that the rooibos doesn’t take over, but I fear that overpowering redness.

Cheri

I haven’t had this one yet, but I love Brenden’s teas a lot. I would imagine that the rooibos in this blend would add a woody flavor which seems to make sense here.

Thomas Edward(Toad)

You can’t really much taste rooibos in this one, its more smokey with cedar

Whispering Pines Tea Company

I hate rooibos and this is one of my favorite teas :)

Hillel

OK OK, you’ve convinced me. The rest of the brew sounds so good that I’m willing to risk the rooibos. What is it about rooibos that inspires such passion on both ends of the spectrum? ;-)

Kirkoneill1988

campfire blend, does that taste smokey?

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