Rhubarb is fine - also with Rooibos
Rooibos is the popular national drink in South Africa and is also known as "red tea". Calling it tea, however, is a bit misleading, as Rooibos does not contain tea from the tea plant Camilia Sinensis as we know it from black and green tea, but comes from the South African plant Rooibos.
The Rooibos plant has green leaves, but during the oxidation, where only spring water and the strong African sun are used, the leaves turn red.
In this variant we have chosen to combine Rooibos with rhubarb, which gives both sweetness and acidity, a nice combination with Rooisbos.
The taste is fresh, creamy and a bit vanilla-like. Rooibos contains no caffeine or tannic acid, is aromatic and rich in vitamin C, as well as iron and potassium.
In order to maintain the health-promoting substances in Rooibos tea, and not least to achieve the best taste experience, a infusion time of 6-8 minutes is recommended. using 85 degrees hot water.
More tea from the same shelf
Rooibos tea has become very popular, among other things. because it is free of caffeine and tannins. You can therefore find a large selection of Rooibos teas in our range.