When you want yet another cup of tea but you're starting to think about reducing your caffeine intake without sacrificing flavour, in rooibos tea Australia has the answer. Don't worry about the pronunciation. It's a South African name of Dutch origin, meaning red bush (which it is called in some countries anyway) and it's pronounced roybis or something along those lines. But if you ask for a cup of roo-ee-boss, you'll get there in the end.
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Rooibos: An Outlier Among Australian Teas
rooibos tea doesn't contain caffeine but does have a nice full flavour with maybe a touch of vanilla about it. Like many cold and flu teas, it almost defies description, and the only thing to do is taste it yourself. So, it doesn't come from China, Japan or India and it's not a delicate little thing that has to be handled with care. If you want to drink gallons of the stuff, go right ahead.
That is not to say that in rooibos tea Australia has found a workhorse with no subtlety - far from it. Serve it in the afternoon with some fancy cakes, with a dash of milk or a slice of lemon, and you've got something quite special. But if you just want to get going at breakfast time with minimal fuss, rooibos tea ticks that box too.
Why Teavision Is A Rooibos Wholesale Supplier
Up until relatively recently, tea wholesale was a generic thing dominated by a few major brands, and the term English Breakfast only entered the public domain when a bit of variety started to appear in the market. Our founders, Lucas and Belinda, foresaw this change and in 2014 they set up Teavision to bring fabulous teas to the great Australian public. All our products are ACO-certified organic and USDA organic, sourced from ethical farms, and our workforce is multicultural and multigenerational.
Any Questions About Organic Rooibos Tea?
We know there is a lot to learn about tea and if you're a retailer or serve a thirsty public as a Yerba Mate tea shop, you may want a bit of background on each one. Feel free to contact us and we'll give you all the help you need.
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Afrikaans for Redbush, this deliciously unique tea is native to South Africa - although it’s gained international popularly over the past few years as a caffeine-free tea substitute. First discovered in 1930, Rooibos crops are hand-harvested annually in the South African summertime (January to March). The branches are cut and bound into bundles, transported to the facility where they’re ground, dried, and packaged to perfection. Rooibos tea boasts a red...
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