In the evening you may want to drink something warming, but without caffeine. What could be better than rooibos? Or, in the evening; you can of course drink it at any time of the day. Many of our rooibos are organic, and we've collected them here.
Rooibos is its own plant, completely separate from the tea bush. It is called aspalathus linearis in Latin and has been used for centuries. The first European description came in 1772 when the Linnaeus scholar Carl Peter Thunberg wrote about the South African habit of drinking rooibos.
NOTE! Since January 1, 2022, new rules apply to flavored organic teas. Some varieties that were previously organic will no longer be classified as such. However, they are included here for a period of time so that you can find them.