Wrapped Gift Set Details
100g of your chosen loose leaf tea packed in a foil lined natural kraft bag inside a metal matt black Airseal caddy with neoprene seal for perfect freshness,
measuring 14cm tall and 8.7cm diameter and holding approximately 150g of tea when full.
1 x very pretty and useful strainer in an arts and crafts style known as Empress net weight 31g and measuring 10.7 cm across complete with
stainless steel drip bowl to catch all the drips
1x 18-10 quality polished stainless steel deep rounded teaspoon which is ideal for measuring the correct amount of loose leaf tea to make a perfect cuppa tea.
Weighing 29.3g and measuring 12.7 cm it fits perfectly into our Airseal tea caddy.
All gift wrapped in a sturdy reusable kraft presentation box with ribbon, bow and tag (Christmas tag from 1 Nov to 22 Dec and plain red rest of year unless requested)
Good Hope Rooibos
With a soft fruity sweetness, hints of Malt and Orange, Good Hope is refreshing and packed with health benefits, Grown exclusively on the Western Cape of South Africa in the shadow of the Cederberg mountains, Rooibos in Afrikaans is "red bush."
In Asia it is known as "long life tea" many believe it has anti-aging effects and is taken to soothe the body's reaction to allergy's and rashes.
200 ml (about 7 ounces) of brewed Rooibos contains the following nutrients:
Iron (Fe) Essential for transport of oxygen in the blood 0.07 mg
Potassium (K) Assists certain metabolic functions 7.12 mg
Calcium (Ca) Necessary for strong teeth and bones 1.09 mg
Copper (Cu) Assists certain metabolic processes 0.07 mg
Zinc (Zn) Necessary for normal growth and development of healthy skin 0.04 mg
Magnesium (Mg) Assists a healthy nervous system and other metabolic processes 1.57 mg
Manganese (Mn) Assists metabolic processes and bone growth and development 0.04 mg
A Swedish botanist Carl Thunberg first saw the people of the Cape of south Africa make a tasty aromatic drink from the needle-like leaves of the wild plants specifically the Rooibos plant. After harvest the plants were chopped up with axes and then bruised with heavy implements, the leaves would left to ferment before drying in the sun.
Rooibos seeds are planted during February and March. They are tended for 18 months, Upon summer harvest the leaves of the plant are trimmed and bruised ready for oxidisation, which much like the fermentation of tea allows the leaves to develop.
A green rooibos with a lighter, drier, flavour can be made from the same plant without undergoing the oxidisation process
With a soft fruity sweetness, hints of Malt and Orange, Good Hope is refreshing and packed with health benefits, it's a favourite mainstay for the converted and a must for the not-yet-enlightened.
Origin: South Africa
Caffeine Guide: None
Antioxidant Content: Low
Growing Altitudes: 1500 – 2500 feet above sea level
Appearance: Fine needle-like leaves
Grade: Choice Grade #1
Infusion Colour: Reddish orange to full colour
Process: Traditional process, Rolled and fermented.
Taste: Sweet notes
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I drink rooibos tea on a daily basis so I need to buy this in decent quantities. My previous supplier ceased to provide 1kg packages so I found TeaCakes of Yorkshire as a new source. Tea strands are shorter than I have been used to and this seems to result in a quicker infusion. Lovely tea, well balanced, not too sweet or any overwhelming flavours. Would thoroughly recommend to anyone who has not tasted or has only used tea bags to date. Give it a try. My wife even has hers with milk! Not my cuppa tea but its your choice and its good for you. Ideal to use with Forlife Stump Infusion teapot or similar. Well done to TeaCakes of Yorkshire for stocking in this larger size.
Lovely red bush tea. In fact I'm drinking a cup right now. Order came on time with no fuss and very well packed. I would definitely recommend to anyone wishing to purchase this tea.
A unusual tasting tea but very nice
Very efficient company. Easy ordering online. Good standard of tea , well packaged . Really good range of reasons to cover everyone's taste. Rooibos tea my favourite.
A slightly unusual flavour and very pleasant - best I've had.