Genuine Tea - Organic Lemon Ginger Rooibos, 15 bags

Genuine Tea - Lemon Ginger Rooibos, 15 Bags
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Genuine Tea - Organic Lemon Ginger Rooibos, 15 bags

Brand - Genuine Tea
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Quick Description

Genuine Tea’s Organic Lemon Ginger Rooibos tea is earthy and relaxing. This sweet South African tea will have you reaching for more.

Key Information

  • Caffeine Free
  • Rich natural flavours
  • Grown in the Nile Delta
  • Organic
  • Part of the Third Wave tea movement

Product Overview

Rooibos translates as ‘red bush’ in Afrikaans. It’s grown high in the Cederberg region in the western cape of South Africa.

With its distinctive earthy taste, this Organic Lemon Ginger Rooibos tea from Genuine Tea uses the spice of ginger and the zing of lemon to cut through the Rooibos. The result is irresistible.

Just add 200°F water to your plant-based pyramid sachet. Allow to brew for three minutes. And tea drinking heaven is yours.

Not only is this tea caffeine-free, it’s also full of antioxidants. So it can be enjoyed any time of day, in the full knowledge that you are treating your body (and your tastebuds!) with the utmost care.


Rooibos, ginger, lemongrass, lemon slices, lime slices, natural flavours.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the third-wave tea movement?

In the western world, tea has long been thought of as a lucrative commodity. Sold by the tonne and shipped around the world, the massive global tea market has often left the farmers who have spent their lives producing tea, short-changed.

Blended teas are sourced from multiple growers and consumers lose touch with the origin of the product they are enjoying. It’s a lose/lose really.

The Third Wave tea movement is an attempt to redress these issues. And Genuine Tea is committed to it. They aim to move the focus away from quantity and profit and towards quality and financial redress. Therefore making the gap between producer and consumer as small as possible.