Rooibos Spearmint Lemongrass

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

CAD $14.99

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!


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 3 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: 30 cups (80 grams)

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3 reviews for Rooibos Spearmint Lemongrass

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    Seriously the best tea ever. I absolutely love it.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Tony Martin

    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.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Hamish MacMillan

    I love this Tea! A friend of mine and myself were at the Christmas Kringle Craft Fair in Nanaimo and we stumbled upon Trudy Ann’s stand. She let us try a ton of samples of her products, but in my opinion this one and the Turmeric Ginger Tonic were by far the best. the majority of her tea’s are full of energy even in the smallest amounts, and they’re delicious with the tiniest of sips, but this tea. This tea is truly calming. As you take a sip you can taste that hint of lemongrass,allowing your mouth and throat to relax. Then the spearmint slowly seeps in to fill your mouth with vibrant colour, almost like a blooming flower of happiness. I highly recommend this tea for peaceful mornings of spring or fall, and when you’re having a rough day and need a little cheering up.

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