There’s a new tea in my refrigerator, Rooibee Red Tea, the maker of the only bottled USDA-certified organic rooibos tea on the market. The tea comes from the South African Rooibos bush. It’s high in antioxidants, naturally caffeine free, gluten-free and low in calories. For generations South Africa has enjoyed tea made from rooibos and recently its gaining popularity globally due to health benefits (Google it) and the sweet taste.
We’re talking five delicious flavors: Peach, Watermelon Mint, Cranberry Pomegranate, Vanilla Chai and Unsweetened. I live in the south and tea is more popular than water here. While we like our tea and milk sweet, the unsweetened Rooibee tea is still delicious. Watermelon mint is my favorite!
Founded in Louisville, Kentucky in 2009, Rooibee Red Tea believes in creating a great tasting and healthy beverage suitable for the family. After making drinking the Watermelon Mint and having my tastebuds dance, I headed over to their website and discovered they have a pretty amazing company mission: “We believe healthy people enable a healthy planet. We offer great tasting products to improve public health, promote sustainability and encourage community.”
While visiting their site I also learned Rooiboo Red Tea offers a full serving of Vitamin C. Yippee!
I’m so trying to kick the soda habit again. I love tea and Rooiboo Red Tea is packed with flavor so I don’t feel like I’m missing out. It’s lower in calories and with all the benefits it is a better choice!
Pick up a bottle at Kroeger’s, Whole Foods and other grocery chains and taste why this beverage is so popular. You can also get social with Rooibee Red Tea on Facebook
Julee is a quirky, dorky, North Carolina Transplant with an appetite to taste the world, meets its desserts and blog about them. When she’s not behind the computer you can find her playing with her family, reading a good book, being a Bon Jovi fangirl and celebrating the little things.
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