Granny’s Garden Strawberry Fruit Tea 100grams

£6.99 £5.99

Most of us will have fond memories of sitting in our grandparent’s garden; gorging on strawberries and cream while innocently watching the world go by so why not relive those simpler times with our own Granny’s Garden tea?

This colourful red Rooibos is complemented with pieces of Strawberry and Raspberry, allowing all those magical moments to come flooding back, in the blink of an eye! The only noticeable difference will likely be that this indulgent infusion is one of the healthiest desserts you could possibly imagine!

Accounting for this beverage’s nostalgic name, it seems to be all too fitting that the modern history of Rooibos recounts the story of Annique Theron, a South African Doctor widely known as ‘the grandmother of Rooibos.’ This unofficial title is largely due to the 1968 publication of her book, Allergies: An Amazing Discovery, which she wrote after personally experiencing the true potential of this seemingly insignificant shrub/herb.

Unique to the Cederberg Region of South Africa, the leaves of the Rooibos shrub had long since been consumed by the Khoisans – the indigenous population found scattered across the nearby mountains.

For centuries, the tribespeople had drunk Rooibos tea as an herbal remedy, but had no real understanding as to why the herb was so beneficial. However, when European colonists started to encroach on their territory, the Khoisan tribes began to dwindle in numbers, resulting in their culture, slowly but surely, fading into obscurity.

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Most of us will have fond memories of sitting in our grandparent’s garden; gorging on strawberries and cream while innocently watching the world go by so why not relive those simpler times with our own Granny’s Garden tea?

This colourful red Rooibos is complemented with pieces of Strawberry and Raspberry, allowing all those magical moments to come flooding back, in the blink of an eye! The only noticeable difference will likely be that this indulgent infusion is one of the healthiest desserts you could possibly imagine!

Accounting for this beverage’s nostalgic name, it seems to be all too fitting that the modern history of Rooibos recounts the story of Annique Theron, a South African Doctor widely known as ‘the grandmother of Rooibos.’ This unofficial title is largely due to the 1968 publication of her book, Allergies: An Amazing Discovery, which she wrote after personally experiencing the true potential of this seemingly insignificant shrub/herb.

Unique to the Cederberg Region of South Africa, the leaves of the Rooibos shrub had long since been consumed by the Khoisans – the indigenous population found scattered across the nearby mountains.

For centuries, the tribespeople had drunk Rooibos tea as an herbal remedy, but had no real understanding as to why the herb was so beneficial. However, when European colonists started to encroach on their territory, the Khoisan tribes began to dwindle in numbers, resulting in their culture, slowly but surely, fading into obscurity.

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