Sunkissed Rooibos Loose Leaf Tea (65g)
Sunkissed Rooibos Loose Leaf Tea (65g)

Sunkissed Rooibos Loose Leaf Tea (65g)

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Description of Sunkissed Rooibos Loose Leaf Tea (65g)

Organic rooibos and organic lemongrass are brought together to present a citrusy-sweet blend.  Members of a Kenyan women’s Co-Op handpick the organic lemongrass in this blend. Your tea purchase directly benefits their employment.

Packed in a beautiful tin with a hand carved wooden spoon ready for gifting, this artisanal direct-from-farm loose leaf tea is produced by small scale Kenyan tea farmers.

The  direct trade partnership gives you the freshest tea possible and the farmer a fair wage.

100% Organic Ingredients: Organic Long Cut Rooibos, Organic Lemongrass.

  • Caffeine Free
  • Tasting Notes: Bright and Lingering. Light Nectar and Citrus.
  • Free from pesticides or chemicals
  • The organic herbs in this tea are grown by a Women’s Tea Co-op in Kenya.
  • Makes 40 cups. Re-steep this whole leaf tea for 80 cups
  • Steeping Instructions: 1 teaspoon – 96°C – 4 mins


In 2012 Justea established Kenya’s first ever Artisinal Tea Cottage Factory working with small scale Kenyan tea farmers to produce artisanal direct-from-farm teas that have never been seen before in the world market.

JusTea is built on quality relationships with tea farmers. They have created over 200 jobs in rural Kenya paying sustainable wages and investing in rural community’s. JusTea’s ethical tea partnership offers you a unique tea with a story – justly made tea.

Approximately 80% of working youth aged 15-24 having inconsistent or casual employment in rural Kenya. JusTea are investing in these young people by training them in tea and employing them at sustainable, fair wages.  

By creating new jobs, and keeping profits in the community, we hope to positively impact many tea farming villages throughout Kenya.