|Rooibos and something blue!|
To prepare this tisane, just follow the instructions from a past post I did on Rooibos. I used 2 teaspoons of Rooibos for 2 cups of water this time around. Make sure to use a sieve to remove the large particles after the infusion. Then sit back and enjoy!
In its dry state, I could really detect the aroma of cinnamon and apples. It was like warm apple pie! This scent was still prominent after infusion. I could even taste the cinnamon and apples. It was not strong nor bitter. I could not, however, smell or taste anything remotely like yogurt. It was likely something very subtle. Other than this, I think this is a lovely tisane and something I would definitely purchase again.