We would recommend to brew using boiling water and leave to infuse for 5 to 10 minutes
A wonderful infusion of South African and Italian cultures, Rooibos Tiramisu offers a light and indulgent taste of Irish coffee with hints of caramel and mascarpone. This blend is a perfect choice for anyone looking to cut down on desserts but can’t resist the urges of their sweet tooth! With its coffee beans, chocolate and Camomile, Rooibos Tiramisu is a heavenly creation with a fantastic appearance and irresistible taste. Scrumptious and delectable with every sip, you are guaranteed to be enjoy this surprisingly accurate reimagining of an acclaimed Italian dish.
The term ‘Rooibos’ is Afrikaans for ‘Red Bush’, a South African shrub; only grown in the Cederberg mountain region of South Africa. Also known as ‘bush tea’ or ‘red tea’, Rooibos is actually produced from the Aspalathus Linearis plant instead of the Camellia Sinensis plant; meaning it is not technically a ‘tea’ at all! Despite this shocking secret, Rooibos Loose Leaf Tea has been nurtured by the tea industry for almost 300 years.
Before the 18th Century however, this unique blend had been used by the people of the Khoisan tribes for herbal remedies until European settlers threatened their way of life. For a time, it seemed Rooibos might fade from history until a botanist by the name of Carl Humberg rediscovered the leaves in 1772. The brew was subsequently revived and soon accumulated an even more widespread interest than before. By the Second World War, Rooibos tea was heavily relied upon in the western hemisphere as importing normal tea became increasingly difficult.
So, from its humble beginnings as a tribal beverage, Rooibos Loose Tea has since exploded onto the market with its popularity increasing every year.
Type of Tea: Loose Leaf Rooibos
Origin: The Cederberg Region, South Africa.
Ingredients: Rooibos brittle pieces, cream caramel pieces, freeze dried yoghurt granules, natural flavourings, roasted coffee beans and Roman Camomile. Contains Allergens: Soya Lecitin, milk yoghurt, nuts – hazelnuts.
Brewing Guide for Rooibos Tea: Brew using freshly boiled water and infuse for 8 to 10 minutes.
How to Serve: To fully marvel at the delightful tastes of Tiramisu, this blend is best served as it is. Alternatively, consider adding honey or milk to add to the creamy sweetness.
Tasting Notes: The bitter taste of coffee is the first enduring element of this beverage before the flavour of caramel oozes through, balancing out the flavours with its soothing sweetness.
Colour in Cup: Golden brown liquor.
Health Benefits of Drinking Rooibos Tea: Renowned for its outstanding health benefits with scientific studies discovering more of its potential every year. When consumed alongside a healthy and active lifestyle, you can expect improved cardiovascular health and antispasmodic properties, a reduced risk of diabetes and even a far greater intake of beneficial antioxidants. Further to this, the alpha hydroxy acid and zinc content found in Rooibos tea is known to be very good for the skin!
Contains Allergens: Soya lecitin, milk yoghurt, nuts - hazelnuts
Why not try our very popular Rooibos Tea Bags, a convenient but very tasty cup of Rooibos.
Health PointsDigestive, Hydration, Refreshing, Relaxing
Caffeine LevelDecaff (none)
Time of DayBreakfast, Afternoon