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From Trader Nicks Tea Company

Creamy rooibos with almond and fruit, creates a lightly tart, fruity taste. Caffeine free, so this makes a great night time drink as well.

Tasting Notes: almond | blood orange | creamy

One taste of our Circle of Life rooibos blend will make you feel like a king. The brewed tea has the color of the blood orange Saharan sunrise and is caffeine free so the lions can sleep tonight. In the mix is almond, orange, apple, pineapple and a touch of hibiscus, together creating a colorful spectacle of all the creatures in the circle of life. The flavor is lightly sweet, tart, and perfectly creamy – great for nighttime or anytime!

The base of this mighty caffeine-free mix is African rooibos, which is made from a small bush grown only in Africa. The leaves and stems of the plant are made into a caffeine free tea that is high in polyphenols and vitamin C. Rooibos has been used as a healthy and thirst quenching beverage for many generations in Africa, but is relatively new to the rest of the world.

Ingredients: rooibos, almond flavor, apple, candied pineapple, raisins, carrot, hibiscus, candied mango, orange, beetroot, strawberry, safflower, rhubarb, raspberry, apricot

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For the most part, all of the blends from Trader Nick’s have been pretty good. However, I think this might actually be my favourite so far! It’s also maybe the first one that’s felt truly like something I haven’t tasted elsewhere.

The smell of the dry leaf is really mouth watering to me; it’s mostly like a sweet orange candy aroma but with hints of red fruit syrup and just a little ‘something something’ that reminds me of baked goods??

Steeped, it’s more apparent that the baked goods element I was smelling is this really sweet and wonderful amaretto/almond flavouring that’s kind of aromatic but also very dense and coating. It compliments so perfectly the other two flavours of blood orange and grenadine to combine into a sweet but surprisingly complex profile that tastes like what I’d imagine the flavour of a sunset might be, if it were to have one. Like a fun mixed cocktail, in a way, too. Or, like, an Italian soda?? It also has just a bit of brightness – mostly from the hibiscus – that helps break up the sweeter flavours, but without shattering their balance.

I am very, very into this one!

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