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Vanilla Rooibos Latte

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Our Vanilla Rooibos Latte is a sweet treat you’ll be craving morning, noon and night. Rooibos is naturally sweet and caffeine-free making it the star of our creamy, dreamy latte.

Vanilla Rooibos Latte

Caffeine-free and Sugar-free option
Makes 2 cups


  1. 6oz of water
  2. 2 Vanilla Rooibos tea bags
  3. 1.5 cups milk or milk alternative

Optional: 1 teaspoon honey and cinnamon



  1. Boil water and pour over Vanilla Rooibos tea bags, let steep for 5 minutes or to taste. Add optional honey.
  2. Heat milk in a saucepan and froth using a frother*
  3. Combine milk and tea, and pour into two cups. Sprinkle optional cinnamon on top. Enjoy!

*If you don’t have a frother, either use milk without frothing or use a French Press to pump air into the milk creating a nice foam.

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