Loose Leaf Tea Canisters African Solstice
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We're proud to offer our loose leaf tea canisters of USDA certified organic tea. The weight of the tea ranges from 30-130 grams depending on the volume of the blend. Each canister contains 35-50 servings. All canisters are 100% recyclable. View all our Loose Leaf Tea options, including one pound pouches, Single Steeps® Samplers, Loose Leaf Tea Trios, and more.
Steep your favorite loose tea blend using our custom-designed accessories specially made for loose tea, including the KATI® Steeping Cup & Infuser, PUGG Teapot, or our pyramid-shaped Tea Infusers that work with any cup.
ABOUT AFRICAN SOLSTICE
Tea Type : Herbal Tea
Tea Forté African Solstice contains Elderberries and blueberries, which add a fruity depth to this Rooibos tea and are also rich in antioxidants. Ruby red rosehips add an enticing balance of tart and sweet and are also rich in vitamin C, one of the safest and most effective immune-supporting nutrients.
African Solstice is a great anytime tea. Rooibos has a full-bodied flavor that is holds up to milk and sugar as a caffeine-free breakfast tea. Likewise, the hint of vanilla and berry add a touch of sweetness that can delight after dinner or for a mid-afternoon treat. Much less tannic than tea, rooibos is very easy on sensitive stomachs, and can easily be enjoyed with or without food. African Solstice pairs very well with rich flavors like caramel, meats and cheeses.
Afrikaans for "red bush," rooibos comes from the plant Aspalathus Linearis, which grows only in the Cedarberg area of the Western Cape province of South Africa. Rooibos has been consumed by Bushmen as an herbal remedy for centuries, but rooibos as we know it is a relatively recent invention. Techniques for producing Keemun black tea were imported from China and applied to rooibos in the early 20th century. A difficult plant to grow, cultivation techniques for Aspalathus Linearis weren't mastered until the 1930s.
Starting in the mid-20th century, rooibos consumption became very widespread in South Africa, spurred in part by beliefs that it can help with colic in babies. Generally consumed with milk and sugar in South Africa, rooibos has rapidly attained popularity in Europe and North America over the past decade or two, where it is often drunk without any additions.
Read more about Rooibos Tea:
1. Heat water to 208 degrees Fahrenheit.
2. Place tea in cup and pour water over the leaves.
3. Steep for 5 minutes. Unlike tea, rooibos never grows bitter from steeping. Steep as long as you like.
For loose leaf iced teas, use 3 tsp per 8-ounce glass and double the steep time.
Flavor: Tart, sweet, rich
Aroma: Fresh berry with a whisper of vanilla
Color: Bright orange-red liquor
- organic rooibos
- organic elderberry
- organic rose hips
- natural flavors
- organic blueberries
- organic rose petals
CAFFEINE CONTENT (MG)