Red African Fire

Tea type
Herbal Rooibos Blend
Ingredients
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Flavors
Orange, Rooibos
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Edit tea info Last updated by CherryJam
Average preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 8 min or more 34 oz / 1000 ml

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  • “Exotic name, but that's where it ends. The red refers to the rooibos, Africa maybe it's origin, but where's the fire? It's a natural orange flavoured rooibos, with tiny safflower petals to make it...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I'm not a fan of this hot at all, but iced and topped up with soda water and orange slices makes this taste divine! I used 6 tablespoons for 1 liter (letting the rooibos steep until the water was...” Read full tasting note
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Bright red safflowers combined with a natural orange flavour make this tisane delicious.

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59 tasting notes

Exotic name, but that’s where it ends. The red refers to the rooibos, Africa maybe it’s origin, but where’s the fire? It’s a natural orange flavoured rooibos, with tiny safflower petals to make it look pretty. Doesn’t really have the wow factor I was hoping for. Maybe it’s nicer iced.

Flavors: Orange

Lion

More and more I’m really turning off to rooibos that has been flavored with oils. I don’t think it really keeps well for some reason. I’ve had a few vanilla ones lately that have all seemed kind of “off” and have had some of the medicinal type tastes. When I lived in South Africa, I once took some spiced rooibos and boiled it in a pot with sugar and fresh orange slices squeezed in, which I left in the pot while it was boiling, then strained the whole thing. It was pretty awesome. Maybe you could try squeezing some orange wedges into your iced rooibos. Could turn out well!

CherryJam

Sounds great with orange slices (rind and all), might just try that with my next iced tea. Made biscotti not so long ago with orange zest and it turned out wonderfully flavoured due to the natural oils in the skin of the orange. Could work the same for iced tea, as you say!

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221 tasting notes

I’m not a fan of this hot at all, but iced and topped up with soda water and orange slices makes this taste divine! I used 6 tablespoons for 1 liter (letting the rooibos steep until the water was cold).

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 8 min or more

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