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Rooibos Chai

Rooibos Chai

  • 24 Tea Bags in Each Pack
  • 2x the standard amount of tea in every tea bag
  • No oils or flavorings
  • Gluten free
  • 100% caffeine free
  • All ingredients are individually sourced for quality


Steeping Instructions:

  1. Place one True Honey Teas bag in a mug.
  2. Pour 8-10 ounces of hot water over tea bag.
  3. Let steep for 5-7 minutes and enjoy!


Ingredients: Organic Black Tea, Cinnamon, Cloves, Corriander, Anise, Fennel, Honey Granules (Cane Sugar, Honey)

  • About this Tea:

    True Honey Teas Chai is a wonderful mild Chai.  The base is a Rooibos Tea with five spices - cinnamon, clove, coriander, anise and fennel.  Chai and honey granules - perfectly paired!

  • Why Rooibos in Chai?

    Rooibos tea has been shown to have a calming effect, which may help to reduce stress and improve sleep. It is high in antioxidants, which can help to support the immune system and protect against illness. Rooibos tea has been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties, which may help to improve the health of the skin and reduce the risk of acne and other skin conditions. Some research suggests that rooibos tea may help to improve bone density and reduce the risk of osteoporosis. Research suggests it may help to lower blood pressure and improve cholesterol levels, which can help to reduce the risk of heart disease.

  • History of Chai

    Chai tea is a type of tea that is made from a blend, spices, and milk. It originated in India and has been enjoyed for centuries as a traditional beverage.

    The exact history of chai tea is somewhat disputed, but it is believed to have originated in the Indian subcontinent thousands of years ago. According to some sources, chai tea was originally made with a mixture of local spices and herbs, which were believed to have medicinal properties. It was consumed by people of all classes and was often served to guests as a symbol of hospitality.

    Over time, the recipe for chai tea evolved to include black tea, which was introduced to India by the British in the 19th century. The addition of black tea to the traditional chai recipe helped to make the beverage more widely available and popular, and it eventually became a staple in many households throughout India.

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