100% Organic & Fair Trade Certified™ Tea. A Refreshing Herbal Tea with a Pleasantly Sweet Taste and Uplifting Aroma. 20 Individually Wrapped Tea Bags. Authentic Rooibos pronounced roy-boss also known as Herbal Red Tea comes only from the Cedarberg Mountains in the remote area of central South Africa. This herbal tea naturally contains antioxidants and has been enjoyed for countless generations by native South Africans. This Rooibos Herbal Red Tea has a pleasantly sweet taste and is naturally caffeine-free. . If you enjoy Twinings Rooibos we recommend that you try other Twinings Organic and Fair Trade Certified Tea including Camomile with Mint & Lemon Herbal Tea or Citrus & Cinnamon Spice Herbal Tea. . The Twinings Story. In 1706 Thomas Twining began selling fine tea from an English storefront in The Strand London. Today Twinings still sells some of the world's best teas from the original store and in more than 100 countries throughout the world. . USDA Organic. For over 300 years Twinings has been sourcing and blending the finest high-quality teas from around the globe to ensure that your tea has the perfect balance of flavour and aroma. Now Twinings continues its tradition of quality by offering a full line of Organic and Fair Trade Certified teas hand-selected from the world's finest tea gardens. Containing protective antioxidants and made without any artificial ingredients Twinings Organic and Fair Trade Certified teas provide a natural and wholesome tea experience. . Fair Trade Certified™. Fair Trade guarantees fair wages for workers improving their opportunities for better healthcare housing and education. By choosing a Fair Trade Certified tea you are directly contributing to the livelihood of tea growing communities and promoting a just form of trade with the developing world. Independently certified by TransFair USA.
"Love the flavor of this Rooibos tea and use it together with Twinings other favorite of mine, their herbal lemon and ginger tea. I also use raw honey as an added sweetener and its delicious for an afternoon break."