Gingerbread Cuppa Cake® Tea Bags
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Have your cake and sip it too! This herbal rooibos cup of cheer has the cozy aroma of grandma’s kitchen over the holidays. Enjoy the deep, rich flavors of traditional, spicy gingerbread with cinnamon and vanilla. Steep a pot of this fragrant, caffeine-free, zero-calorie tea and fill your home with the warmth of the season.
Rooibos (Red Tea) is naturally caffeine-free. More about caffeine.
Steeping red tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 5-7 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.
Rooibos, cinnamon, stevia (leaf) and natural vanilla and ginger flavors
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What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
Cozy, Warm, & Delicious!
The aroma of the tea is what initially sold me! It reminds me of a gingerbread or almost a pumpkin-like bread fresh out of the oven. It is a warm and cozy treat on cold days at the office when I need a little mental break! It has just enough ginger and cinnamon spice but is balanced nicely by the vanilla and a touch of sweetness. I absolutely LOVE this tea for Fall and Winter! It would make a fantastic stocking stuffer for a tea-lover, too.
One of My Favorites
This tea is one of my favorites. Solves the craving for gingerbread that I regularly have this time of year! Does not even remotely remind me of ginger beer (as another reviewer suggested); it's gingerbread in a cup! Delicious!
Will be serving this to guests after holiday feasts.
Excellent flavorful tea
This is my favorite tea currently and I think they knocked it out of the park with this one. This is the flavor of the holiday season, gingery warm and sweet without being actually sweet.
More like Gingerbeer
If you love gingerbeer this is the tea for you. Tastes nothing like gingerbread. Ton of ginger..smells carbonated. I had everyone at my holiday party smell the tea, and almost everyone agreed it smelled like a carbonated drink (popular answers were coke and gingerbeer). Not unpleasant, just nothing like gingerbread. Just one note, I drink my teas plain, no idea what it tastes like with sugar or cream.