Blueberry Cinnamon Crumble Rooibos
When you open the bag you're greeted with a heavenly fruity and baked goodness aroma.
When brewed this herbal blend has a reddish cup and a sweet, blueberry fruit and cake taste with slight accents of spice.
Sugar-free and caffeine free this deliciously smooth dessert tea can be enjoyed any time of the day or night.
Ingredients: Organic Green Rooibos, currants, beetroot, organic cinnamon, sweet blackberry leaves, flavoring, organic lemongrass and malva flowers.
4 oz tin
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