Mistakenly called red tea, it comes from the processing of aspalathus linearis, cultivated mainly in South Africa. Increasingly appreciated, being caffeine-free and rich in vitamins, mineral salts, protein and antioxidants, it’s very popular also thanks to its sweet taste. It’s offered here in the organic version.
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