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Green Rooibos, Green Honeybush, nutty notes

Why we say its great

If you like almond trail mix then this is your tea.

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Steeping Guide

1 teaspoon (2.5 grams) or tea bag per 8oz. cup

Temperature for steeping is 212F

Steeping Time 5 - 7 Minutes

Nut Crunch Honeybush Tea

no caffeine

$7.50–$98.00

Weight: 50G

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  • 50G: { 16-20 cups (8 oz/240 ml) of hot tea}, 100G: { 32-40 cups (8 oz/240 ml) of hot tea}, 250G: { 80-100 cups (8 oz/240 ml) of hot tea}, 500G: { 160-200 cups (8 oz/240 ml) of hot tea}, 1KG: { 320-400 cups (8 oz/240 ml) of hot tea},
  • 50G: { 12-15 cups (8 oz/240 ml) of hot tea -ADD ICE}, 100G: { 24-30 cups (8 oz/240 ml) of hot tea -ADD ICE}, 250G: { 60-75 cups (8 oz/240 ml) of hot tea} -ADD ICE, 500G: { 120-150 cups (8 oz/240 ml) of hot tea -ADD ICE}, 1KG: { 240-300 cups (8 oz/240 ml) of hot tea -ADD ICE},
$7.50

Green Honeybush is a super fruity delight that is naturally sweet and similar in taste to Green Rooibos. Originating from the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa, it has a smooth and fruitful body that reminds us of Rooibos, just naturally a bit sweeter. Nut Crunch taste like an almond trail mix in your cup.

SKU: 2755-50
Product Nitty-Gritty
  • AllergensContains hazelnuts, possible traces of other nuts
  • IngredientsGreen Honeybush, Green Rooibos, apple bits, raisins, flavour, hazelnut bits.
Brew Ha-Ha

Rooibos, (pronounced “roy-boss”; Afrikaans for “red bush”; scientific name Aspalathus linearis) is a broom-like member of the legume family of plants.

The plant is used to make a herbal tea called Rooibos tea, bush tea (esp. southern Africa), redbush tea (esp. UK), South African red tea (esp. USA), or red tea. The product has been popular in southern Africa for generations and is now consumed in many countries.

Production

Rooibos is grown only in a small area in of the Western Cape

Province of South Africa. Generally the leaves are oxidized which produces the distinctive reddish-brown colour of Rooibos and enhances the flavour. Unoxidized Green Rooibos is also produced, but the more demanding production process for Green Rooibos (similar to the

method by which green tea is produced) makes it more expensive than traditional Rooibos.

Use

In South Africa it is more common to drink Rooibos with milk and sugar, but elsewhere it is usually served without. The flavour of Rooibos tea is often described as being sweet (without sugar added) and slightly nutty. Rooibos can be prepared in the same manner as black tea, and this is the most common method. Unlike black tea, however, Rooibos does not become bitter when steeped for a long time; some households leave the tea to steep for days at a time.

Using Rooibos Tea

In South Africa, it is more common to drink Rooibos with milk and sugar, but elsewhere it is usually served without. The flavour of Rooibos tea is often described as being sweet (without sugar added) and slightly nutty. Rooibos can be prepared in the same manner as black tea, and this is the most common method. Unlike black tea, however, Rooibos does not become bitter when steeped for a long time; some households leave the tea to steep for days at a time.

Benefits

Rooibos is becoming more popular in Western countries particularly among health-conscious consumers, due to its high level of antioxidants such as aspalathin and nothofagin, its lack of caffeine, and its low tannin levels compared to fully oxidized black tea or unoxidized green tea leaves.

Rooibos is purported to assist with nervous tension, allergies and digestive problems.

Traditional medicinal uses of Rooibos in South Africa include alleviating infantile colic, allergies, asthma and dermatological problems. For skin treatments, Rooibos is brewed and placed directly on infected areas. Green Rooibos, especially effective for acne, rashes and other skin irritation, has a higher antioxidant capacity than fully oxidized Rooibos.

Brew Ha-Ha

Rooibos, (pronounced “roy-boss”; Afrikaans for “red bush”; scientific name Aspalathus linearis) is a broom-like member of the legume family of plants.

The plant is used to make a herbal tea called Rooibos tea, bush tea (esp. southern Africa), redbush tea (esp. UK), South African red tea (esp. USA), or red tea. The product has been popular in southern Africa for generations and is now consumed in many countries.

Production

Rooibos is grown only in a small area in of the Western Cape

Province of South Africa. Generally the leaves are oxidized which produces the distinctive reddish-brown colour of Rooibos and enhances the flavour. Unoxidized Green Rooibos is also produced, but the more demanding production process for Green Rooibos (similar to the

method by which green tea is produced) makes it more expensive than traditional Rooibos.

Use

In South Africa it is more common to drink Rooibos with milk and sugar, but elsewhere it is usually served without. The flavour of Rooibos tea is often described as being sweet (without sugar added) and slightly nutty. Rooibos can be prepared in the same manner as black tea, and this is the most common method. Unlike black tea, however, Rooibos does not become bitter when steeped for a long time; some households leave the tea to steep for days at a time.

Using Rooibos Tea

In South Africa, it is more common to drink Rooibos with milk and sugar, but elsewhere it is usually served without. The flavour of Rooibos tea is often described as being sweet (without sugar added) and slightly nutty. Rooibos can be prepared in the same manner as black tea, and this is the most common method. Unlike black tea, however, Rooibos does not become bitter when steeped for a long time; some households leave the tea to steep for days at a time.

Steeping Guide

1 teaspoon (2.5 grams) or tea bag per 8oz. cup

Temperature for steeping is 212F

Steeping Time 5 - 7 Minutes

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