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Rooibos

₹605.00 50gm

The deep red leaves of South Africa’s rooibos unfurl to create a beautiful, aromatic red infusion. Indulge in a cup of this smooth, sweet rooibos tea and you can almost taste the misty freshness of the rugged Cederberg mountains from where it comes.

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The deep red leaves of South Africa’s rooibos unfurl to create a beautiful, aromatic red infusion. Indulge in a cup of this smooth, sweet rooibos tea and you can almost taste the misty freshness of the rugged Cederberg mountains from where it comes.

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Rooibos

  • Product Code: WEIGHT: 50gm
  • Availability: In Stock
  • ₹605.00

  • Ex Tax: ₹605.00

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Tags: Decaf tea, Caffeine free

Indulge in a tea experience

For one cup of Rooibos tea, scoop 1 teaspoon of the leaves into a teapot. Pour 200ml of water freshly boiled at 95°C over the rooibos herbal tea leaves and let the infusion steep for 6 minutes. Pour yourself a hot, delicately sweet cup and enjoy it with a dash of honey if required, any time of day.
Country of Origin: South Africa
Caffeine Level: Negligible
Here’s to Your Health
  • Relief from lung ailments
  • Improves attention & concentration in children
Tasting Notes
  • ‘Delicate, Sweet’
  • The Liquor
  • Aroma: Sweet
  • Appearance: Red
  • Taste: Delicately sweet
When migrants settled in the Cederberg mountains of South Africa in 1700, they discovered the fine leaves of a plant that brewed into a delicious tea. Local farmers learnt to chop the plants, leave them to ferment in the sun and dry naturally, before it was brewed. By 1900, Benjamin Ginsberg, a Russian immigrant from an old tea-trading family, recognized the potential of rooibos and began marketing this new mountain tea to the world.
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