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The country of origin of the redbush is South Africa. Natives used redbush to make a fruity, sweet tea long before Europeans did. The branches of the shrub were dried in the sun and then cut to small pieces. The tea was first exported to far away countries in the 19th century, and its export has been growing ever since. This resulted in a controlled cultivation of the once wild growing shrub. A high-quality redbush tea can be identified by its ruby colour and the soft, sweet, characteristic, aromatic taste.
Origin: South Africa
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We recommend adding a splash of whole or semi-skimmed milk to our breakfast & flavoured black teas. Use 1 heaped teaspoon of loose leaf tea per cup & 1g of matcha per 100ml.