Did You Know?
Traditional rooibos is known as "red tea," named for the color of the leaves and the red brew it produces. Green rooibos however, (like Wild Tea #5 Thai G Roobois), is rooibos that has not been oxidized or fermented. It is considered a more nutritious, version of loose leaf tea.
Terrific Aspects Of Thai G
It's caffeine free.
Full of antioxidants.
Can help improve digestion.
Tastes great hot or cold.
Tasting Wild Tea #5 Thai G...
"Very flavorful and unique."
"Super tasty tea!"
"This was nice and refreshing."
"Gentle lemon tasting tea that is not too strong."
"My newest favorite tea."
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Wild Tea Thai G FAQ's
Herbal teas are caffeine-free. These include all rooibos teas, spearmint, peppermint, hibiscus, lemon balm, and most herbal teas using whole ingredients.
Green tea contains about 40mg per 6oz cup.
Guayusa tea contains about 66mg per 8oz cup.
Yerba Mate tea contains about 30-55mg per 8oz cup.
So while Thai G is consider a "green rooibos", that is a different ingredient than regular "green" tea. Rooibos is caffeine-free, and this includes Wild Thai G Tea.
We recommend about 3g of tea per 6oz cup of tea. For most teas, 3g equals a heaping teaspoon. There are 28g in one ounce, so there are ~9 cups of tea per ounce if using the leaves only once.
Of course, we recommend 2-4 infusions on average depending on the type of tea.
In this case, multiply 7 X total ounces X number of infusions to get total cups of tea per purchase.
Use a kettle to boil water and a teapot to brew and serve tea.