Smaller Jar For Rooibos Tea, Glass Stopper.
This jar has an easy to remove glass lid with a
plastic ring for an airtight seal. It is a
small jar that holds 2oz of the Rooibos Tea as
though it was designed specifically for that
purpose! Keep your teas flavorful; keep them
in glass! Jar is $3.50.
Larger Jar For Rooibos Tea, Cork Stopper.
Here is a jar for you to mix different blends of
your tea. This one is heavy glass, with
decorative faux handles on the side that make
gripping easier. The mouth of the jar is wide
enough to permit you to plunge your infuser in and
get your tea without making a mess on the counter.
It will hold up to 6oz of tea; I use one to toss my
leftover bits of tea into when there isn't enough to
fill an infuser. The mix of numerous flavors
of the Rooibos can be surprising and very pleasant!
This jar is $5.00.
Citrus Grove Rooibos Tea.
Combined flavors of Tangerine, Orange,Lemon and Lime for a
bright, cheerful change from the mundane! 2oz,
Clove Rooibos Tea.
A beautiful warm tea with a strong presence of clove
from pure uncut essential oil of clove and whole
cloves that I grind to blend with it. 2oz,
Orange Squared Rooibos Tea.
This is orange to the nth power! Combined here
are the essences of Sweet Orange, Orange Bitter, and
a special Orange Essence concentrate with superfine
quality dehydrated orange peel. 2oz, $3.50.
Peppermint Rooibos Tea.
For those who love the bright taste of peppermint in
their tea; try mixing this one with the Orange/Lemon
Rooibos Tea for a soothing afternoon tea! 2oz,
Spearmint Rooibos Tea.
Spearmint is completely different from Peppermint in
flavor; Spearmint is a sweet mint, while Peppermint
is a 'dry' mint. This aromatically pleasing
tea is perfect any time of day, whether hot or iced.
Tangerine Rooibos Tea.
Featured here is the high sweet taste of Tangerine;
very different from Orange. This one makes a
lovely breakfast tea. 2oz, $3.50.
Bergamot Rooibos Tea.
Bergamot is the ingredient that makes Earl Grey Tea
taste different from any other tea. Here, that
same ingredient appeals to all of the senses in
Rooibos Tea. This one is relaxing and
comforting, and can be consumed just before sleep if
you wish. 2oz, $3.50.
Hot Cinnamon Rooibos Tea.
Strong cinnamon aroma and taste, this flavor has a
spicy, peppery back-bite; not too strong, not too
mild! An amazing tea hot or iced. 2oz,
Blue Moon Chai Rooibos Tea.
Not for the faint of heart or the novice palate,
this is the signature blend for our shop.
Several spices combine to produce this hot peppery
blend with an overlying taste and scent of clove.
You may wish to use less than the suggested quantity
per cup until you know how much of a good thing is
right for you. 2oz, $3.50.
Lime/Ginger Rooibos Tea.
This is a fragrant, pleasing combination of smooth
ginger and bright lime flavors to delight the nose
as well as the mouth. Good hot or iced, this
tea will appeal to the seasoned palate as well as
the untrained. 2oz, $3.50.
Rooibos Tea, Unflavored.
For those of you who want to experience the Rooibos
in its pure form! Hot or iced, sweetened or
not, lemon or cream, this tea may replace your
current caffeine free drink, even before bedtime.
Raspberry Rooibos Tea.
The bright red taste of Raspberry is satisfying
without being overwhelming. A pleasant
afternoon tea when you want something but don't know
what! 2oz, $3.50.
Peach Rooibos Tea.
Fragrant Peach for those who love that Cling-y
Freestone taste in their tea; this one is awesome
when iced too! 2oz, $3.50.
Anise Seed Rooibos Tea.
Here is a tea reminiscent of the wonderful Italian
Pizzelle cookie. The warm flavor of Anise is
admirably complimented by a subtle shade of orange
and lemon for a delightful afternoon, evening, or
dessert tea. 2oz, $3.50.
Blueberry Rooibos Tea.
Here is the warm fruity essence of blueberry in the
very smooth Rooibos Tea. Excellent choice as
either a breakfast tea or an all-day tea. 2oz,
Sweet Ginger Rooibos Tea.
Use only 1/2 teaspoon of this one for single cups,
and the usual amount for pots of tea, hot or iced.
This flavor has the unique character of becoming
sweeter as it cools. A particularly nice tea
for those of us who can't seem to drink the whole
mug of tea while it is still hot! 2oz, $3.50.
Orange Bitter/Cinnamon Rooibos Tea.
Pleasant to the palate, the orange presence is more
subtle than the cinnamon. Equally delightful
hot or cold, this blend will be a favorite.
Orange/Lemon Rooibos Tea.
This blend has nearly equal fragrance and flavor,
and is a combination of orange and lemon essential
oils with dehydrated orange and lemon peel.
Not too sweet, and the flavors are pure and
pleasant. 2oz, $3.50.
Tea Infuser, Wire Mesh Ball.
This is the perfect infuser for any tea. Press
the handle as though it were a clothes pin, fill the
lower portion of the ball, removing any loose tea
from the rim, and allow to close. Use for
whole pots of tea, or use for single cup
consumption, and steep till your heart's content.
Special Gunpowder Green Tea.
Green Tea comes from the very tips of the branches; the
new tender growth of the tea plant. The tiny
leaves are pinched off the plant, and each leaf is
rolled up like an expensive cigar. When it
dries, it looks like grains of gunpowder. The
nickname was applied to this tea by an Englishman
buying tea in China in the 1700's, and the name
stuck. It is also referred to as 'pearl' tea.
Green tea has tons of antioxidants in it, and most
people, myself included, report that it simply makes
us feel good. It helps the digestive process,
and there are claims that it increases metabolism
without increasing blood pressure (I have found this
to be true for myself), that it helps prevent tooth
decay, and actually reverses gingivitis. The
box contains 125 grams, or 4oz. Drinking 4
cups of this tea per day, a box like this lasts
about 2 months. If you will remind me, I will include directions on
how best to brew it for maximum taste! The box
Ginger & Honey Drink.
This is a marvelous drink. It is nothing more
than crystallized ginger and honey; no additives or
chemical vehicles. The package suggests that
the packet be dissolved in 1 cup of hot water, and
this is great when you are not feeling well, or if
you have the flu or are nauseated. If you will
stir it into 1 2/3 cup of hot water, it is a
wonderfully pleasant and relaxing drink just for the
taste of it. Ginger has a spicy-hot back taste
on it; this is temporary and fades quickly.
The honey is gently sweet, not overpowering, which
is especially easy on the stomach. The packets
are sold two ways: 2 packets for $1.25 or 20
packets for $10.00.