If you haven’t already noticed, I have made some changes on the Veganlovlie blog. Initially, when I started my handmade jewellery project, I started to write a separate blog which would be a collections of things I like, crafts and my adventures in jewellery making. However, after a while, I found that I wanted to sometimes share similar things on Veganlovlie. So I’ve decided to merge the two blogs and have everything in just one place.
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Those of you subscribing by email or in a reader would probably have had a surge of new posts being delivered. This happened when I did the merge. Sorry about the slight stir; I hope you will enjoy the new content though.
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It’s a tasty Christmassy blend of South African Rooibos, scented with citrus fruit, rose, almond and spices: vanilla, cinnamon. Really nice for celebrating the festive season!
If you are new to Rooibos tea, you should definitely try it if you can get it where you are. It’s naturally caffeine free and packed with antioxidants. It grows in South Africa and is also known as redbush tea. Rooibos is purported to assist with nervous tension, allergies and digestive problems.
You can purchase this particular blend online here.
This is my own review of this tea. I have not been contacted by Le Palais des Thés to blog about their teas. I am just sharing my love for their teas!!!