Rainforest Rooibos Loose Tea Pouch, 100g
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A lush, vibrant loose leaf green rooibos infusion with juicy tropical flavours of mango and papaya, a citrus twist of orange and a rainforest shower of cornflower petals.
Herbal rooibos tea from the Cederberg Mountains in South Africa is usually processed in a similar manner to black tea, turning the green, needle-like leaves to a rich russet colour as they react with the oxygen in the air.
If you're fond of the naturally sweet, honeyed taste of rooibos and the fresh, verdant flavours of a good green tea, you might like to try this more unusual style of green rooibos, created by heating the leaves to stop the oxidation process.
• Origin: South Africa
• Tea type: Rooibos
• Number of servings (using 2tsp/ 2g per cup): 100g = 50 cups
93% Green Rooibos, Flavouring, Orange Peel, Rose Petals, Cornflower Petals
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place away from strong light and odours. Once opened, store in an airtight container.
Stackable Caddy: If you choose the caddy option it will stack with our other tea caddies
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Tropical fruits with a hint of honey
Enjoy this sweet and tropical taste by itself
We’ve given this tea the number 710, the area in km2 covered by the Cederberg Mountains.
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Teaspoons (2 grams)
Origin: South Africa
Herbal rooibos and honeybush are unique to the Cederberg Mountains in South Africa, where they've been harvested by Khoisan tribes for centuries. The leaves are usually processed in a similar way to black tea, giving a fruity, caffeine-free infusion.
South African "Red Bush" Tea
Rooibos – a bush grown on the mountains of South Africa – has long been harvested to create a naturally caffeine-free herbal infusion with a smooth, treacle-toned taste. Seventeenth-century Dutch settlers soon developed a taste for the drink as a handy substitute for tea, but local bushmen had already passed down the secret of rooibos for generations. The leaves undergo a similar process to black tea, being oxidised for a distinctive reddish-brown colour and malty flavour. Occasionally, rooibos is produced in a more similar manner to green tea: you'll find this unusual "green" rooibos in our Rainforest Rooibos blend. Find out more about rooibos tea here.