Rooibos Spearmint Lemongrass
Rooibos Spearmint LemongrassRooibos Spearmint Lemongrass

Rooibos Spearmint Lemongrass

5 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

CAD $9.95

This “Pudina” or Mint tea is a popular drink growing up in India with the Parsi Community. Bombay is home to a large Zorastrian community. My favourite thing to do when I return home is to visit my Parsi neighbours for my daily tea made with fragrant fresh spearmint & lemongrass freshly cut from the garden. There, they make it with black tea. Here we offer a caffeine free option with Rooibos tea. Sweet and soothing. It is a also great summer chai, served chilled with ice!


Product Description

Origin: Organic Red Rooibos comes from the western province of South Africa & certified organic herbs from small farms around the world. Contains no caffeine.

Ingredients: Certified Red Rooibos, organic spearmint, organic lemongrass.

Preparation: Add 4 grams (1-2 teaspoons) of tea to 1 C. hot water. Steep for 5 -10 mins, strain and enjoy.

Stove Stove Preparation: Put 1 C. water in pot. Bring to a boil. Add 1-2 teaspoons of tea. Gently simmer for 5 -10 mins. Strain & serve. Add sweetener to taste.

Sizes: 20 cups (80 grams)

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2 reviews for Rooibos Spearmint Lemongrass

  1. 5 out of 5


    Seriously the best tea ever. I absolutely love it.

  2. 5 out of 5


    I have been a big fan of Indian cuisine for many years now, so Trudy Ann’s very colorful, well written book of authentic recipes and helpful cooking tips is especially Interesting to me. Also, I am essentially a vegetarian so the many spicy dishes described therein based on Lentils, whole grains, nutritious seeds and fresh vegetables naturally resonate with me. Incidentally, I really enjoy a good, robust cup of tea and for almost five years now the Assam variety has been my favorite. When I learned that Trudy Ann’s Bombay Masala Chai is created with an Assam base, I was sold. That it is also organically grown in the Assam region of India is certainly an added plus.

    I highly recommend Trudy Ann’s Masala Kitchen cookbook to all. With its inclusion of beautiful family portraits and historical narrative it is an engaging work of literature and art.

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