Rooibos, from the red bush in South Africa. Known for it's amazing health benefits and high concentrations of antioxidants. Red rooibos is oxidized bringing out the sweet, natural flavor of the herb. Unlike it's green counterpart, which tends to have a more malty, earthly flavor
Rooibos is usually grown in the Cederberg, a small mountainous area in the region of the Western Cape province of South Africa.
Generally, the leaves are oxidized (often termed 'fermentation' in common tea processing terminology). This process produces the distinctive reddish-brown color of rooibos and enhances the flavor. 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. It carries a malty and slightly grassy flavour somewhat different from its red counterpart
Caffeine Content: Naturally caffeine free.
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