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I had never heard of Roobibos but I must admit this tea tastes great. It cost 95p for 20 40g bags and comes in a yellow tube. It is a weird taste that can leave your mouth a little dry, but it is very moreish especially if you like vanilla. I haven't noticed any benefits from drinking this tea it is just a tea. It is a brown colour when brewed which looks like ordinary tea, so be careful not to put milk in it, as I often do, even then it looks like normal tea, but tastes awful. to counteract the blandness in most teas its best to put a little sugar in, maybe 1 spoonful that brings out the flavour, dont ask me how it just does. I'm not really sure what else to write about this so if you like vanilla, don't be put off by a plant that you have never heard of and give it a try, you will be pleasantly surprised. people keep asking me what the benifits to hebal teas are, and to be honest i dont know, there is no point me putting something on here that isnt proven but there is only so much i can write about teabags.
that review was too short. nereesa85 has written 2 reviews on Tetley Fruit teas that were E's. you should read other reviews to get an idea of what you're up against. i think her's would be a good place to start.
Trixie_Firecracker 19.05.2005 17:44
I know it's hard, but you'll need more info for a higher rating. Look around other's reviews for some ideas. :) Kaycee x
cabsookie 19.05.2005 15:16
Hi there, i bought this tea as it sounded interesting and i liked the look of the little tub it was in, when i opened it wow what a nice aroma however the tasting of it was another story, i found it bland and weak maybe its just me but good review anyway caz xx p.s any idea how you pronounce the roobibos bit??