Organic Redbush / Rooiboos Loose Leaf 90g

Steenbergs loose leaf Organic Redbush Tea is a lovely delicate herbal tea.  Just north of Cape Town, South Africa, there is a relatively untouched herbal tea called organic red bush or rooibos. Steenbergs organic loose leaf rooibos  - organ...

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Details

  • Flavours: Balanced, Fresh, Herby, Mellow, Sweet
  • Cuisines: Asian, British, European
  • Ingredient features: Caffeine free, Organic, Salt free, Sugar free, Vegan

Nutritional information

  • Values per 100g:
  • Energy 1kCal; 4kJ
  • Protein 0.0g
  • Carbohydrates 0.2g
  • Fat 0.0g
  • Values per 225g mug:
  • Energy 2kCal; 9kJ
  • Protein 0.0g
  • Carbohydrates 0.4g
  • Fat 0.0g

Organic Redbush / Rooiboos Loose Leaf 90g details and description

Steenbergs loose leaf Organic Redbush Tea is a lovely delicate herbal tea.  Just north of Cape Town, South Africa, there is a relatively untouched herbal tea called organic red bush or rooibos. Steenbergs organic loose leaf rooibos  - organic redbush - is low in tannin, caffeine-free, contains natural sweeteners and is rich in essential minerals. And just like classic organic teas, it's packed full of antioxidants. Brew light, or stronger if adding milk. Great as a caffeine free tea substitute.

Brewing tip: brew the European way with 1 teaspoon of rooibos leaf tea per 2-cup pot (2.5g per 180ml water). Add boiling water, infuse for 4 minutes. Do not add milk. In South African it is brewed stronger, with milk and sugar. Double the quantity and the brewing time.

Ingredients: organic redbush tea - rooibos tea

Steenbergs Organic Redbush Tea is part of the Steenbergs range of herbal teas.

Staff comment:

Steenbergs loose leaf organic redbush tea is quite sweet and so whilst I normally prefer my redbush with honey, this one I prefer black (or red). Delicious and sweet.

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