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Godiva Rooibos

$3.00

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This blend begins with a peak quality Cederberg Rooibos known for its herbaceous character and long smooth finish. Added to this is chopped pieces of pure vanilla, decadent morsels of cacao bean and peel, natural flavoring oils and sunflower petals. The resulting blend is a true stunner. The cup opens with the approachable sweetness of vanilla bean offset by deep notes of chocolate and hints of chopped nuts, citrus and orchid.

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Lady Godiva, the 11th century Anglo-Saxon noblewoman who rode naked through Coventry England. Godiva's ride was taken in protest of the taxes her cruel husband had imposed on the town's peasants. Why did she care? Godiva was a lover of the arts. Legend has it that the peasants, what with all the tax they were paying, weren't able to help pay for public art projects.

Brewing Instructions:

Bring filtered or spring water to 212°F. Add 1 tsp of tea leaves to an 8oz cup. Pour boiling water over the tea leaves and let steep 6 minutes.

Ingredients:

Rooibos, vanilla pieces, cacao beans, cacao peel, sunflower petals, and natural flavors,

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This blend begins with a peak quality Cederberg Rooibos known for its herbaceous character and long smooth finish. Added to this is chopped pieces of pure vanilla, decadent morsels of cacao bean and peel, natural flavoring oils and sunflower petals. The resulting blend is a true stunner. The cup opens with the approachable sweetness of vanilla bean offset by deep notes of chocolate and hints of chopped nuts, citrus and orchid.

Extra Info:

Lady Godiva, the 11th century Anglo-Saxon noblewoman who rode naked through Coventry England. Godiva's ride was taken in protest of the taxes her cruel husband had imposed on the town's peasants. Why did she care? Godiva was a lover of the arts. Legend has it that the peasants, what with all the tax they were paying, weren't able to help pay for public art projects.

Brewing Instructions:

Bring filtered or spring water to 212°F. Add 1 tsp of tea leaves to an 8oz cup. Pour boiling water over the tea leaves and let steep 6 minutes.

Ingredients:

Rooibos, vanilla pieces, cacao beans, cacao peel, sunflower petals, and natural flavors,

Origin:

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Lovely aromatic blend with great concentration and clean true flavors. The cocoa really comes through. Best made in a large, pre-warmed pot where all the ingredients can circulate and steep properly. Will order the large size next time. Makes an excellent present and was a huge hit served with dessert on Christmas, winning over several coffee drinkers.

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I was fortuante enough to try this tea the other night and I have to say it is heaven in a tea cup! Chocolate lovers delight.

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