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Relax With Republic of Tea's Decaffeinated Rooibos Line
Relax With Republic of Tea's Decaffeinated Rooibos Line

Tea has been an incredibly trendy ingredient for the past two years. Recently, I was bombarded by so many different types of new tea products that I was quite overwhelmed. So much so that I avoided the enormous amount of tea booths at the Fancy Foods Show.

Until one — the Republic of Tea's Be Well Red Tea line — caught my eye. With names like "get happy," "get some zzz's," and "get relaxed" the collection of South African rooibos teas are each specified to change a certain aspect of your life. They're caffeine free and naturally healthful. They come in brightly colored, tin canisters. I enjoy their unpretentious packaging, clean herbal flavor, and soothing qualities.

Do you drink decaffeinated tea? Have you tried Republic of Tea?

Comments
nosierosie
nosierosie
I drink lots of tea, but I don't like this Rooibos tea. It's weak and doesn't taste that great.
aimeeb
aimeeb
Never heard of them...
jennjennnbubba
jennjennnbubba
I love get soothed and get gorgeous but I honestly did not know they were decaf.
corcar86
corcar86
My mom and I love the Republic of Tea teas. I actually carry around a zip up tote bag from them in my purse that I got from placing an order online. I also recommend their Hawaiian honey! It is really super expensive but I bought it for my mom for mothers day and it is really amazing. The Green Tea with Honey and Ginseng is really excellent!
Swedeybebe
Swedeybebe
i love their teas :) my favorite is the superfruit line, the acai green tea specifically!
beautyintraining
i love get gorgeous. i'm not sure if it has the desired effect on my skin but i love its delicious, slightly fruity flavor.
riccaroo62
riccaroo62
love rooibos teas. in fact, i am looking at the republic of tea's get gorgeous tea sitting on my desk right now. switch to that in the afternoon after green in the morning.
HipMom
HipMom
Yes, and yes :-) I love rooibos tea and these mixes are not bad. I have "Get Clean" and "Get Lost".
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