Rooibos Chai Tea – Hand blended in Bristol, ethically sourced loose leaf herbal teas. Super fresh and bursting with flavour!
This is simply one of the finest examples of Rooibos Chai Tea we’ve ever tried, here’s why…
All made from wild-harvested or organically grown herbs ensuring sustainability and protection of the environment.
GM-free: All ingredients are guaranteed 100% free from genetic modification.
Ethically sourced: All the tea ingredients are sourced from areas around the world with low environmental pollution.
Responsibly blended: All teas are lovingly nurtured with proper caregiven to the ingredients to preserve the natural medicinal properties.
All tea blends are hand-nurtured: Hand-blending tea is a dying art. Nowadays most teas are cut and blended mechanically.
Unique blends: Most blends have been invented & created by Mr Tea’s Teas.
We stock a large range of teas and hot drink blends, check them out here.
Ingredients of Rooibos Chai Tea: Rooibos, cassia, chicory root, cardamom seeds, liquorice, ginger.
Properties: Ginger and chicory root are known for anti-inflammatory effects as well as helping with digestion. This warming blend is very relaxing. Ginger, in particular, is known to be very effective for pain relief as well as antibacterial and antifungal properties. It can also help to boost digestion and relieve constipation.
Cultural Background: Chicory root has a long standing reputation as a cleansing medicinal herb. Ancient Romans used the root to help purify the blood. Ancient Egyptians also consumed the root to clean the blood and detoxify the liver. Medieval monks raised the plants and it is widely used in Europe. Ginger is used in many countries around the world as an anti-inflammatory, pain relief and immune system booster. It also is a digestive herb as well as anti-bacterial.
Brewing temperature: 100 degrees C
Brewing time: 5-6 mins
50g packet produces up to 27 cups of tea
Allergen free from:
Peanut, Peanut Oil
Milk & Derivatives
Wheat & Gluten
Other Known Allergens
Free from any GMO
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