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  • HOW TO USE
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    Rooibos Tea comes from South Africa, country of origin, is one of the most versatile healthy beverages available today.  The need-like red bush (Rooibos) tea, made popular recently by the Japanese and Germans, is caffeine free.

    Eu Yan Sang Rooibos Tea is suitable for the young and elderly and can be drunk hot or cold. It complements well with many tastes and can be added to cold lemonade, hot soups and even milk. Or it can simply be enjoyed on its own for its dintinctive aroma.

    抗酸茶产自南非,是现时最具广泛功能的保健饮品。这种类似针状的茶叶,最近更因为日本人及德国人的偏爱而成为风行一时的茶饮。此茶不含咖啡因.

    余仁生抗氧茶不但老少均可饮用,而且冷热皆宜。其茶味可与多种不同风味的饮品掺和~可加入冻柠檬汁,热汤,甚至牛奶中,亦可净饮,以享受抗氧茶的独特茶香。

     

     

  • HOW TO USE

    Serving Method:

    Put 1 sachet into a regular mug, add 250ml of boiling water and steep for 3-5 minutes。 

    3-4 sachets of Eu Yan Sang Rooibos Tea can be enjoyed daily.

    冲饮方法:

    把一茶袋放进水杯中,倒入250ml热水后,浸泡3至5分钟即可饮用。

    每日可饮用3至4小袋的余仁生抗酸茶

     

  • THE SCIENCE

    This herbal tea , with its earthy-sweet palate, is available in conventional (red) and unfermented (green) versions. The conventional type, known as rooibos ('red bush') because of its reddish-amber colour. Rooibos tea or red tea is a herbal beverage that is acquired from the Aspalathus linearis bush plant that is found in South Africa. According to the South African Rooibos Council, rooibos is not a true tea, but an herb. Rooibos is naturally caffeine-free and low in tannins.

    Rooibos grades are largely related to the percentage "needle" or leaf to stem content in the mix. A higher leaf content results in a darker liquor, richer flavour and less "dusty" aftertaste. This needle-like indigenous plant from South Africa's west coast is creating considerable interest among Asian tea lovers and importers. In 2013, the largest markets for rooibos were Germany, Japan, the UK, the Netherlands and the US.