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Red Maple Spice

Red Maple Spice

Red Maple Spice

This luscious, caffeine-free blend is a tribute to our Canadian roots.

Ingredients: Organic Rooibos, Organic Orange Peel, Organic Fennel, Organic Cardamom, Organic Safflower, Natural Essences

25g (8-15 cups of tea)
100g (35-65 cups of tea)
500g (165-300 cups of tea)
2kg (670-1300 cups of tea)


  • Serving Size: 2.5g /cup
  • Steeping Temp: 100°C
  • Steeping Time: 5 mins.
  • Certification: Organic
  • Origin: Shanti Blend
  • Caffeine: Caffeine Free

Red Maple Spice

A lingering spice softened by sweet maple, Red Maple Spice is one of our favourite maple blends. The color, aroma and flavor profile match incredibly well and create a full multi-sensory experience.

Try it iced on a hot summer day, at the cottage by the lake or have it warm with frothy milk and maple syrup by the fireplace on a cold snowy day. Try it any way it makes you feel Canadian!

Tasting Notes

Certification: Organic
Aroma: Maple
Infusion Aroma: Spicy, maple
Infusion Color: Deep Amber
Base flavor: Cinnamon, maple, spicy
Infusion Strength: Medium

Have you tried Red Maple Spice? Tell us what you think!

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love the color of this tea…the maple really reminds me of “home”

Submitted by mashavoo

love love love!

Submitted by Tea man
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Very solid Rooibos. Actually, it barely gives off the typical Rooibos flavor. A light, sweet, spice is present here and it’s not over powering. Second steep I added a drop of real maple syrup. Really nice.

Submitted by mtchyg
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One of my favorites!
Sweet maple well balanced with the bitterness of the orange and the spice from the cardamom, delicious!

Submitted by Tea man
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This tea is delicious hot on a chilly evening.  It also makes a tasty ice tea for those hot summer days.

Submitted by kimgarbiz
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An absolute winner at my house.  Smooth, sweet and great any time of day.

Submitted by J
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Delicious! I agree with Anita, great for after dinner or before bed.

Submitted by paigerama
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Smooth and a favourite for an evening cup.

Submitted by Anita
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The initial flavor is that of a green tea followed by the sweet flavor of maple syrup, but not ‘sweet’.  The beautiful amber color reminds me of liquer…very nice evening tea.

Submitted by Juanita
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Though I drink it all the time, there is something about this tea that reminds me of autumn.  I am particularly fond of the complexity of flavour and the hint of sweetness provided by the maple.

Submitted by paty

From the Shanti Tea Canada Blog

That tea with the funny-spelled name - by Shanti Tea

That tea with the funny-spelled name

ROY-bus. Though it make not look like it, next time you walk into your favorite tea shop, it’s the right way to ask for a cup of that yummy “rooibos” stuff. But the way you say it’s just the start—Rooibos, that deliciously sweet herbal blend that seems to be cropping up at every tea (and now, coffee!) shop has got a pretty sweet story, too.

Rooibos, translated from Africaans, means ‘Red Bush’, a.k.a. ‘Bush Tea’ or ‘Red Tea.’ It’s a green shrub native to South Africa, grown in a small area in the Cederberg region of the Western Cape Province. Once picked, the shrub’s leaves are oxidized, creating that distinct reddish color and signature flavour rooibos is known for. (Of course, if we’re talking green rooibos, the leaves don’t need to be oxidized. Instead, they’re processed more in the manner of traditional green tea. But more on that to come!).

Rooibos is naturally caffeine free, and has been consumed for hundreds of years by the natives of the Cape...

Read the rest of the article on our blog.