HOW TO PREPARE
85 to 90°C
We recommend a water temperature in between 85 to 90°C (185-194°F)
It is the standard time for infusion, but you can adapt it according to your taste
When to drink ?
Hot or cold all day long
Rooibos or red tea
The name of this tea is derived from “red bush”, which became “rooibos” in South Africa, where it is produced. As its name suggests, the plant from which rooibos is made is not a member of the tea family and its leaves look like long needles. Rooibos is becoming more and more popular: it is naturally caffeine-free and can be drunk hot or cold. It differs from tea because of its different and more herbaceous taste.
Rooibos is also (wrongly) called red tea because after infusion the water takes on a red colour. In fact, Rooibos comes from a broom-like plant. Traditionally it is produced by fermenting the leaves, which gives them their reddish brown colour. There are however certain varieties of rooibos with greener leaves – this is because they have not been fermented.
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The opinions of our customers
Hélène P. published the 08/08/2021 following an order made on 27/07/2021
Une découverte, saveur douce et dorée
Jean-Patrick P. published the 22/03/2021 following an order made on 09/03/2021
Antoine M. published the 19/02/2021 following an order made on 05/02/2021
Tres bon au goût
Christophe B. published the 31/01/2021 following an order made on 22/11/2020
J'ai une dizaine de rooibos : c'est un de mes préférés! Impossible de s'en lasser!
Philippe P. published the 12/12/2020 following an order made on 28/11/2020
Question de gout. Pas mal pour remplacer le thé mais pas tous les jours.