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Green Rooibos Pure (organic)

The plant from conventional cultivation is a variation of the most popular Rooibos. The well-known characteristics are all there, altough differences both in colour and taste can be noticed. The green Rooibos is clearly brighter in colour and has a greener leaf than its "big brother". This derives from the incomplete fermentation process. This original taste sensation offers a fresh, lively taste, with a slightly tangy flavour. The aroma is light and elegeant and should be tried.




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Rooibos Pure (organic)

The country of origin of the Rooibos is South Africa. Natives used Rooibos to make a fruity, sweet tea long before Europeans did. The branches of the schrub were dried in the sun and then cut into small pieces. The tea was first exported to far away countries in the 19th century, and its export has been growing ever since. This resulted in a controlled cultivation of the once wild growing shrub. A high-quality Rooibos tea can be identified by its ruby colour and soft, sweet, characteristic, aromatic taste. The leaf points out rather long needles.


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Relaxation Tea (organic)   [Preorder]
Relaxation Tea (organic)

At the end of a straining day, we take you on a dream flight: close your eyes and imagine being in a resting place: lie down on a meadow full of blossoms beneath a green, relaxing bush. The air is full of sweet scents, the heart is free and you may leave all your worries behind as the sun slowly moves towards the horizon. The relaxing effect of nature makes you find inner peace. Also try this blend with some milk and honey and feel how the organic concept of sustainability helps ease your tension.


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Honeybush Pure (organic)

Just like Rooibos, honeybush was discovered in South Africa in the 18th Century. The honeybush shrub owes its name to its characteristic appearance. The blossoms are bright yellow and smell like honey, whereas the leaves are somewhat rougher than those of Rooibos. The South Africans also call it "vegetable bush", due to its pod-shaped fruits and knobbly roots. The wild growing plants thrive exclusively on small mountain ranges in the Longkloof District. In the 1990s it was re-discovered and is cultivated today for commercial purposes in 35 different locations. The infusion tastes pleasantly sweet and aromatic.


Stock:  16 bag

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