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Blend Your Own Rooibos Redbush Tea

£7.50

To help make your selection of flavour 1 and flavour 2 please just scroll down the page and you will find descriptions for each flavour you can choose from plus some tips of how best to blend them with the base loose tea.

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Cardamom – a warm spicy, citrusy flavour that tastes similar to liquorice without being too strong. Blends well with Assam loose black tea or Gunpowder loose green tea and cloves.

Cloves – a strong and sweet flavour with a bitter, astringent after taste. It is a warm hot tasting spice. Blends well with Assam loose black tea or Gunpowder loose green tea and cardamom.

Cocoa nibs – smells of big mugs of hot chocolate but the taste is bitter. Blends well with Assam loose black tea or Rooibos redbush loose tea. When steeping tea blended with cocoa nibs you may want to add sugar or honey to taste.

Fennel – a warm spice with an anise taste. It has a strong taste. Blends well with Assam black tea or Gunpowder loose green tea. Also surprisingly well with Rooibos redbush loose tea.

Ginger – is hot, zesty yet sweet and warm in flavour. It can be quite pungent with a slight woody yet aromatic taste. Blends well with Assam loose black tea or Gunpowder loose green tea. Also blends well with Rooibos redbush loose tea when blended with cardamom.

Lavender – has a distinctive floral, slightly sweet taste with hints of mint and rosemary. It is known to have a calming effect. Blends well with chamomile.

Peppermint – has a cooling sensation as soon as it reaches your taste buds with a hint of vanilla. Blends well with gunpowder loose green tea or chamomile and spearmint.

Raspberry leaf – is the leaf of the plant rather than the fruit and does not taste of raspberry. Instead it tastes more like green tea, a smooth taste with a hint of smokiness. Blends well with gunpowder loose green tea or chamomile and spearmint.

Rose petals – has a floral, sweet, slightly perfume taste. Blends well with Assam loose black tea and spearmint.

Spearmint – has a less cooling taste to peppermint. It is also much sweeter. Blends well with chamomile, peppermint and raspberry leaf.

None – By choosing ‘none’ as a flavour means no additional flavour will be added to your tea blend.

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