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TGL Co. South African Rooibos

Healthy, caffeine-free alternative to tea from South Africa.

Regular price ₹800

  • Description

    About South African Rooibos:

    Gaining global popularity as a delicious and healthy beverage, Rooibos is made from needle like leaves and twigs of a plant native to South Africa. It's a flavorful, caffeine-free alternative to black and green tea. Rooibos is praised for it's richness in antioxidants and potential benefits to heart health and digestion. It is also known as Bush Tea, red tea or redbush tea and is commonly prepared in the same manner as black tea, and milk and sugar are added to taste. Other methods include a slice of lemon and using honey instead of sugar to sweeten.

    Tasting Notes:

    Considered to be one of the most palate pleasing teas, the red beverage posses a naturally sweet, mild aftertaste and floral profile with notes of honey and vanilla.

    • Aroma: Delicate, sweet, floral fragrance with nutty nuances reminiscent of vanilla
    • Complements: Fruits, Roasted Chicken, Cheese
    • Health Benefit*: Increases antioxidant levels, Aids digestion, Assists weight loss, Good for hair & skin
    • Caffeine Content: Caffeine Free
    • Appearance: Maroon
    • * Ingredients included in the tea are known to contribute to the mentioned health benefits. These statements have not been evaluated by licensed medical bodies and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

    Nutritional Information

  • Ingredients

    • twigs and leaves of south african rooibos twigs and leaves of south african rooibos
  • For Teabag:

    Note: Do not boil water with teabag in it. It may cause the tea to taste bitter.

    • Take 1 teabag in a cup for each 150 ml of water.
    • Bring the water to a boil separately.
    • Pour freshly boiled water it into the cup and leave to infuse for 8-10 minutes.
    • Remove the teabag from the cup and enjoy your tea.

    For Loose Leaf:

    Note: Do not boil water with tea leaves in it. It may cause the tea to taste bitter.

    • Take 1 tsp or 2g of tea for each 150 ml of water. Use tea infuser or teapot for convenience.
    • Bring the water to a boil separately.
    • Pour freshly boiled water it into the cup and leave to infuse for 8-10 minutes.
    • Sieve and serve. In case of tea infuser, remove it from the cup and enjoy.