Cosy Blanket

Tea type
Rooibos Tea
Ingredients
Almonds, Coconut, Ginger, Hazelnuts, Natural Flavours, Organic Rooibos, Papaya, Pineapple
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  • “Had this yesterday rather rushed and I remember not really enjoying it that much. I wish I could remember what precisely I found offputting but in the rush of things I just recall taking a sip and...” Read full tasting note
  • “This tastes a lot like the gingerbread rooibos blend that DAVIDs had a couple years ago, whatever it was called. The fruits in here aren’t detectable, at least in the small sample I received, but...” Read full tasting note
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This tea will provide you with the same pleasure as biting into a cinnamon candy. Spicy and fruity aromas will awaken all your senses!

Provenance : United States

INGREDIENTS :
Ginger, natural flavors, coconut, almonds, papaya, hazelnuts, pineapples, organic rooibos, glazed nuts

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Had this yesterday rather rushed and I remember not really enjoying it that much. I wish I could remember what precisely I found offputting but in the rush of things I just recall taking a sip and making an ugh face at it.

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This tastes a lot like the gingerbread rooibos blend that DAVIDs had a couple years ago, whatever it was called. The fruits in here aren’t detectable, at least in the small sample I received, but they seemed to have lent a touch of sweetness overall. The rooibos base isn’t the strongest I’ve experienced, but definitely there. Glad I only got a sample but also still glad to have tried it. My main complaint is the size of the samples, though. 5g for $1.50 is rather steep but I get why it would be more expensive buying smaller quantities.

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