Rooibos Tea

The origin of Rooibos tea is South Africa in an area near Cape Town. This tea contains large amounts of antioxidants, helps improve digestion, or lowers cholesterol. Rooibos teas help to deepen the relaxation of your body and mind and are a great addition to your moments of relaxation. 

Rooibos - a pleasantly sweet combination of flavors

If you are going to start with loose teas, Roiboos is the right choice, because its taste will amaze you. Rooibos is a tea that contains almost no caffeine and has a sweet taste. This is a red herbal tea that comes from the fermented leaves of the shrub Aspalathus linearis, a plant native to South Africa. Rooibos tea has a sweet, delicate and earthy taste. Because it contains very little caffeine, even children, pregnant women and people sensitive to caffeine can enjoy Rooibos tea.

Rooibos is a popular tea that has been consumed in the Cederberg mountain region of South Africa for over 300 years. The plant was first recorded by botanists in 1772 after they enjoyed a delicious drink offered to them by the locals. Tea is made by pruning the leaves and stems of the plant, then fermenting them in piles and letting them dry in the sun - a process that gives the leaves their characteristic reddish-brown color.

Rooibos and health effects

The main nutritional benefit of rooibos tea lies in its rich antioxidant content and is the source of some unique polyphenols, including aspalathin. These herbal compounds can help protect against free radical damage, which leads to certain types of disease.

TIP on how to properly prepare Roiboos: Just add freshly boiled hot water and let it brew. The longer you let the tea brew, the stronger and more robust the taste will be. If you let the tea brew for 10 minutes or more, it will be richer in antioxidants.

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