#OrganicSeptember with Kromland Farm's Caramel Rooibos Tea

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Celebrate #OrganicSeptember with the smooth taste of Kromland Farm's Caramel Rooibos Tea!

Kromland Farm's Caramel Rooibos Tea for #OrganicSeptember from Anyonita-nibbles.co.uk

Generally, I like my tea strong and milky and with caffeine--an indulgent combination. But when it comes to this smooth, decadent Rooibos, no milk is in sight! Blended with caramel, the genius folks at Kromland Farm have made dessert in a cup.

And they're my new BFFs. (Hi, guys!)

Strong Caramel Rooibos Tea from Kromland Farm | Anyonita-nibbles.co.uk

Let me tell you about this tea: the scent of it is insane. It smells so sweet and you just want to down it in one big, satisfying gulp. But don't! Savour it. Close your eyes. Inhale. Sip. Relaxxxxxxxxxxx.

Organic Rooibos Caramel Tea from Kromland Farm | Anyonita-nibbles.co.uk
In my Rooibos research, the words "cure for insomnia" kept cropping up. And I can understand why. Enjoying this tea is such an indulgent and relaxing experience. Mix in your typical dreary Manchester weather, a snuggly blanket and the sexy purr of a Jazz saxophone and it'll lull me to sleep.

Unless it's in my daily cuppa of English Breakfast, I have a caffeine-free diet. Usually, tea for me is fuel: a necessary evil to stay functional through the day (especially that mid afternoon slump!), so it's nice to have something pleasurable just to enjoy and savour.

And just in time for chilly autumn evenings, I can see myself sipping mugs of this stuff, gazing at golden and ruby leaves, scarf fastened tightly with the hint of frost on the horizon. It's perfect for that type of bliss.
Kromland Farm's Organic Rooibos Caramel Tea Remnants | Anyonita-nibbles.co.uk

Disclaimer: I was sent this tea to review as part of #OrganicSeptember, a fantastic foodie movement praising organic produce. All opinions are my own and my new best friends haven't purchased, persuaded or bribed me nor has anyone associated with Kromland Farm. Not like they'd need to anyway. They make great tea. Try it for yourself!

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