Blueberry Rooibos Flavoured Herbal Infusion
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Rich, honey-toned loose leaf herbal rooibos is the perfect match for the creamy sweetness of blueberries.
Feeling the blues over breakfast? One sip of this loose leaf herbal brew will have you right back on your feet: the creamy honey-sweetness of South African rooibos works wonders with the fruity brightness of blueberries, while blue cornflower petals make for a beautiful infusion.
• Origin: South Africa
• Tea type: Rooibos
• Number of servings (using 2tsp/ 2g per cup): 100g pouch = 50 cups, 100g caddy = 50 cups and 125g infusion bottle = 31 cups
87% Rooibos, 5% Blueberries, Flavouring, Blackberry Leaves, Blackcurrant Leaves, Amaranth, Cornflower Petals
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Weight: 100g pouch and caddy, 125g infusion bottle
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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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.