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Rooibos

An Evergreen Shrub native to South Africa

Native to the district of Cederberg known as "Rooibos Red Tea Bush Tea. It is the only place in the world it will grow.

It is considered a herb and has no caffeine.

The plant is cut with axes, bruised between rollers, drawing out enzymes to trigger the fermentation process.

this creates it's unique flavor & sweet aroma.


A brewed cup of Rooibos contains a wealth of nutrients & Minerals: Iron, Potassium, Calcium, Copper, Zinc, Magnesium, Fluoride &Manganese.


Our Rooibos is Estate & Ethically Grown.

Enjoy a cuppa today and find out why so many include Rooibos tea as one of their favourite herbal teas.


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Celebrate Mom's morning by serving her tea & toast in bed.

This is an easy idea that even your youngest can help put together. Some ideas might include

fresh squeezed orange juice, a fresh plucked flower or even a dandelion necklace. Dress the toast

by using a heart shaped cookie cutter to make a jam heart or a cheese heart for her toast. Let's the

kid's navigate you way in this Dad with all the imagination of a child.


Flowers or Herbs in a Teacup

Present Mom with a little potted plant or herbs put into a teacup. Cut flowers are nice too!


Have a Virtual Tea Party.

This can include family & children that are not residing with you. This is a great one to include

Grandma's in. Pre-plan this by contacting those you want to include in the celebration by calling

them ahead with a day & time so everyone can be ready with their own tea & goodies. Add a

bit of extra fun by using a theme. This can be something as simple as goofy hats or maybe

old costumes. then on that day & time do a "ZOOM" meeting. Here's the link zoom.us


Tea for Two

A more intimate setting to be sure. If your a hubby & your children no longer live with you, this is

a great way for you to show your appreciation for the Mom of your children. Lots of add ins for

this idea too! Present her with your gift of jewellery, flowers, chocolates, cupcakes, scones, card

etc. etc. at this time. She will absolutely love you for this.

To plan an intimate table for two applies to anyone living in he same household as Mom.

Daughter, Son, Grandchild or even a pet.

Pull out all the stops. Set a lovely table! She is so worth your effort.


Garden Tea Party. This one is for fair weather only. Nothing holding you back if you get a beauty

day to celebrate Mom. No matter if you plan this on a patio, a deck, a balcony, in your backyard.

Maybe you have a secret place that no one else know's about.

Shhhh!!! We won't tell anyone. Smiles!

So lay our the blanket & have a tea party picnic style, or maybe you can spoil her by setting up a formal table outside with all the trapping you can muster. Flowers, tablecloths, fancy dishes,

napkins, balloons. The works. Nothing but the best for your Mom!


Just as a note: If you are celebrating Mom's Day alone this year as I will be That's okay too. Celebrate the the Mom you are. You are precious and worth every little indulgence

and gift you give to yourself. There is no greater LOVE than your's!




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  • Writer's pictureHolly Harper

Showing: Butterfly Blue Pea Flower Herbal with Lemon, Honey & Ice


1. Use double the recommended amount of loose tea. eg: 1 tablespoon per 12 ounces.

2 Boiled water infusion of loose leaf tea draws out the best flavour.

3 Use recommended infusion times for different kinds of Iced Teas.

Black Loose Tea - 5 minutes - over this time will make it bitter due to tannins

Green Loose Tea - 4 minutes - over this time will make it bitter due to tannins

Fruit & Herb teas - at least 15 minutes, but best left to infuse overnight is the best.

4 This process can be done in any glass heat resistant container or large tea pot.

5 If you do not have a 3" large infuser (available on our site), leave tea loose and stain off.

6 If adding sweetener, do so when infusing the loose tea with boiling water.

7 Once you have your base product, add what you like, fruit, lemons, mint etc.

8 Add Ice!

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