The lemon invigorates the rooibos taste. Simply wonderful hot or iced and dressed with a slice of lemon.
Lemons. All refrigerators have them. Most of us don't give them much thought. Not so Nobel Prize winning Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. In his poem “Ode to a Lemon”, he describes the juice of the fruit, Unrefined gold … … the most intense liqueur of nature, unique, vivid, concentrated We couldn't have said it better ourselves. The juice of lemons is at once sour, piquant and as it was so eloquently put, intense. So what do you think we do when we encounter a fruit with a flavor profile as complex and powerful as that of the lemon? We blend it into a tea of course! These times we've taken the natural essence of sun kissed lemons and blend it with a pure South African Cederberg Rooibos. The result is a caffeine free delight. The cup presents lemons, exceptionally smooth Rooibos tones wonderfully offset by the tart citrus edge of the fruit. Were Pablo Neruda alive today there is no doubt he would have composed a poem about this tea. It may have gone something like this: Wow, that’s yummy stuff.