I love the Wild Teas!
This tea stands tall above the rest (for me) I have purchased several other teas from Wild and enjoy them all, but this one is definitely my go-to tea!
The flavor is rich but not too rich that you couldn't enjoy it everyday (several times a day if you're me lol) The combination of flavors are just PERFECT. You will taste a slight hint of coconut at first, then the chai immediately takes over, as it should and does! Bold but not overwhelming. What I love most about this tea is the taste of coconut that finds it's way back into the mix and it's the last thing you taste and enjoy. Love it!!
Thank you Wild :)
I appreciate that you care about what is going into our bodies.
Ordered it for my daughter. As other Wild Foods products, it was spot on to the taste buds!
The taste a quality of this tea is excellent! Perfect for rainy Seattle winter days! I’ll be ordering agin!
What is Rooibos Tea?
Rooibos tea is named after the South African plant it is harvested from. Rooibos is often referred to as "red" tea. It contains more antioxidants than tea from the Camellia sinensis plant (white, green, black, oolong, yellow, pu-erh) and has no caffeine. Rooibos tea is also thought to help with anxiety and allergies.
Rooibos Tea Benefits:
Full of antioxidants: high concentrations of aspalathin and nothofagin that prevent free radical damage.
Includes minerals: magnesium, calcium, manganese, zinc and iron.
Improves circulation via a potent antioxidant Chrysoeriol.
Improves digestion and overall gut health via the high concentration of flavonoids, specifically one called quercetin.
Improves your skin: Rooibos tea contains phenylpyruvic acid, which improves your skin and can help reduce acne, psoriasis and eczema.
Wild Tea #1 Coconut Chai Has Been Described As...
"Flavor-filled and delicious."
"Perfect 'pick-me-up' drink!"
"Absolutely a great morning pick me up!"
"This tea is a cup of perfection."
Wild Tea Resources
Wild Tea Coconut Chai FAQ's
It is mild, with a slightly-spicy chai flavor.
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.
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.
Use a kettle to boil water and a teapot to brew and serve tea.