Trader Joe’s always has a constant stream of interesting and delicious teas. Almost all of them are individually wrapped in bags and super convenient to use for a mug of tea. Trader Joe’s Green Tea seems to be the most popular of the TJ’s teas, but there a few herbal teas they carry that I’ve really liked. No caffeine in these Trader Joe’s teas, just different interesting flavors, flowers and fruits. Three of my favorites are the Trader Joe’s Well Rested Herbal Tea , the Trader Joe’s Blood Orange Rooibos Tea and the Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Spice Rooibos! ………….
- Well Rested, Blood Orange Rooibos and Pumkpin Spice Rooibos
- Net Weight: Between 1 and 2 ounces
- 20 bags of tea in each package
Teas at Trader Joe’s
The Trader Joe’s Well Rested Herbal tea is a really soothing and pleasant tasting tea. It combines peppermint and chamomile with some other interesting ingredients like passionflower and hawthorn berry.. The Organic Blood Orange Herbal tea reminds me of the orange and spice herbal tea that Bigelow and other name brands sell. It has hibiscus and rosehip among other ingredients that give it a great subtle taste and aroma of orange without being sweet or overpowering.
Finally, the Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Spice Rooibos has natural pumpkin flavor along with festive fall spices like cinnamon and cloves in it. It tastes like a smooth pumpkin spice drink without all the sugar. Sometimes I add a little Trader Joe’s pumpkin pie spice to give it a sweeter flavor! All of these herbal teas have a super subtle and smooth flavor that I appreciate. Whenever I can’t decide which flavor I want, I usually go with well rested herbal. What flavors would you want for my next Trader Joe’s tea roundup? What is everyone’s go to TJ’s tea? And if you can’t make it out to TJs, give these items a try…
– Pukka, Tea Herbal Elderberry Organic, 20 Count
– Twinings Herbal Tea Bags – 40 Individually Wrapped Tea Bags, Pure Peppermint, Camomile, Rooibos Red, Honeybush Mandarin Orange, Plus 9 More Flavors
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