Rooibos Green Tea

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Green Rooibos Blend
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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Although reminiscent of green tea, Green Tick Tock is made with 100% rooibos and harnesses all the health benefits of its traditional counterpart. Harvested by hand in the clean, crisp air of the Cedarberg Mountains, as it was a hundred years ago. The natural traditional principles for curing green tea are used, only the freshest leaves are chosen and all bruising avoided. Green Tick Tock is naturally caffeine free, low in tannin and of course has all those useful antioxidants. It also contains AHA appreciated for centuries for a fresh glowing skin.

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Another one of the teas I don’t especially like, but I’ve been dehydrated today so have had a couple of cups of this and I have to say, it’s better than I remember.

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Been drinking rooibos a lot of afternoons and evenings when I work. But this is the first green rooibos I’ve tried. Green tea in particular was what got me into the tea world. And unlike green tea, this recommends using boiling water. I let it steep for about 5 minutes and was pleasantly surprised. It was very reminiscent of green tea, but more hay notes than grassy. And not quite as deep. While I would both choose green tea and red rooibos over this, I’ll enjoy having this on occasion, especially when I don’t want any more caffeine for the day.


I love green rooibos as an ingredient, but I don’t recall ever trying it on its own. Something needs to be done about that.

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Well my mind nearly exploded when I heard they make a Redbush green tea. It seemed impossible not to mention against the visible colour spectrum.

However this weird creation of a tea is really drinkable. Has a mild green tea taste, like most jasmine green teas are but without the jasmine. Yet it still has a rebush taste to it. Its odd in the way that you can tell a peice of music or a painting is by a certain artist even if it isn’t their normal style.

Lacks the bitterness that green tea acquires if you leave it too long. Which have the habit of doing.

A tea I bought for the sheer oddity of it and I’m glad I did. A real good tea.

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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