Redbush

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Rooibos Tea
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  • “These teabags were going free at work, and because you never turn down a free thing (particularly when it’s tea…), I happily gave one a go this afternoon. I wasn’t planning on having more tea at...” Read full tasting note
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These teabags were going free at work, and because you never turn down a free thing (particularly when it’s tea…), I happily gave one a go this afternoon. I wasn’t planning on having more tea at work since there are only 30 minutes left before home time, but I figured I could make an exception for the sake of science.

I gave one bag 3 minutes in boiling water. Looks like rooibos (brassy red-orange), smells like rooibos (wood shavings), tastes like rooibos (woody, in the way of sawdust, a touch metallic). It’s nothing exceptional, and I didn’t expect that it would be, but it’s a fair enough plain rooibos at what I assume is a fairly low price point (it ought to be, because it’s just Asda’s own brand normal stuff…) Mixed with something a bit classier, it could be made nice (something vanilla or caramel flavoured, maybe…) or perhaps with a splash of milk just to tone it down a bit (it’s quite strong for a red tea, and slightly drying at the back of the throat.)

It’s plain and straightforward, but it’s okay. Better than I thought it might be, if I’m honest.

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