It’s ‘teas of the world #Tuesday’ at #TheVillageKitchen.

Today’s tea is Novus award winning Spicy Rooibos Tea is a caffeine free super grade Rooibos blend with Brazilian pepper, Cinnamon, Cardamom, cloves and a hint of Orange. It is fresh with subtle warming spice notes, a real energiser and afternoon treat.

Spicy Rooibos is a great product alternative if need to find an interesting decaff black tea alternative. It has similar depth to English Breakfast, but is entirely without any caffeine, but continues to pack a punch. The subtle spices and Brazilian red pepper gently warm the palate. Almost like a glass of mulled wine! Super grade Rooibos means a perfect red orange liquor and sharp flavour, so why not give it a whirl.

Enjoy our selection of teas from Novus Award-winning Teas who started entering their product at Great Taste Awards really to get some independent feedback on their teas back in 2009, and since have won countless awards year after year, highlighting their consistency at selecting the very best tea crop.

Novus Tea has always sought to source the finest examples of tea types, delivering exceptional taste and flavor, and great taste allows us to stay true to our mission. They have recently used Great Taste as a method of feedback on new varieties and blends which meant that in 2013 they won a single gold medal for Marakesh Mint and Lovers leap (a stunning tea flower, also due for release) and Fleur D’Orient Oolong won double gold, and has been added to their leaf list, and will hopefully feature in a pyramid bag very soon.

They make great Christmas gifts for any tea lover. Pop in today on our ‘Teas of the World #Tuesday’ and sample some of these delicious teas. Each week we will feature a special tea on ‘teas of the world #Tuesday’.

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