A perfect gluttony blend for a moment of relaxation: Rooibos enriched with small pieces of coconut and sunflower petals, with the sweet scent of glazed chestnut. Rooibos is a drink suitable for everyone, as it is totally caffeine free. In addition, the naturally sweet taste makes it pleasant even for childre
Rooibos Belle Epoque
Colorful mixture of rooibos, flower petals, orange peel, strawberry in pieces, red currant and elderberry flavored intense red fruits, pomegranate and peach. Rooibos is a drink suitable for everyone, as it is totally free of caffeine. In addition, the naturally sweet taste makes it pleasant even for children.
- rooibos (South Africa), flavorings, strawberry pieces, elderberry berries, orange peel, red currant, marigold pieces.
- Rust Red
- Intense pomegranate and red fruits, on the light notes and sweets typical of Rooibos.
- Soft, sweetish, light wood notes.
- Gr 3 in 150-200 cc. Of natural mineral water at a temperature of 90 °. Infusion time 5 minutes.
- When and how
- Morning, afternoon. Drink pure or with a bit of candied sugar or honey.
- Tea biscuits, homemade cakes, pies.
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Also known as red tea, is not a true tea, because it does not come from Camellia sinensis, but is the product of processing of the aerial parts and twigs of Asphalatus linearis, a shrub which grows mainly in South Africa. Initially used by the local population is national drunk nowadays in South Africa.No caffeine at all, the drink is currently being studied in many universities for its helthy properties.It is considered a veritable mine of antioxidants and is used to soothe aching abdominal colic , expecially of babies.