Protecting South Africa's rooibos industry
May 2nd, 2012
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In cafes across Cape Town, brewing the perfect cup of rooibos has become a fine art.

Measuring just the right amount of tea is key while great care is needed to not allow the leaves to swirl for too long. Once ready, the rooibos cups, gleaming in a sumptuous deep red color, bring with them a reedy scent that greets the noses of the customers waiting to enjoy a sip.

Grown only in South Africa's Western Cape province, the naturally caffeine-free tea used to be a specialist drink appealing to only some taste buds.

Read the full story: "South Africa's rooibos a hit with tea lovers across the world"

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Filed under: African • Cuisines • Sip • South African • Tea

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