bush tea

Related to bush tea: Aspalathus linearis

bush tea

n
1. (Plants) a leguminous shrub of the genus Cyclopia, of southern Africa
2. (Cookery) a beverage prepared from the dried leaves of any of these plants
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Starting in September, events will be held at both Cafe Blanca and Red Bush Tea and Coffee Company, featuring live performances from talented local artists.
LiDestri's Organic Honey Bush tea is one such naturally sweet, low-calorie offering, she points out.
Ajiri--the name means employ in Swahili--tea is available in Black Tea, Black Tea with Lemon, Black Tea with Mango, Black Tea with Ginger and Organic Rooibos South African red bush tea.
The images of Africa's brilliant landscape, the red bush tea and the tiny white van linger on in my mind as I eagerly await the next book
She announces her intention to relax in the shade of an expansive acacia tree and drink red bush tea to her heart's content.
The effect of different drying methods; sun freeze shade and oven drying on total polyphenol content tannins total antioxidants and phytochemicals content of bush tea (Athrixia phylicoides DC.
Stellenbosch University said in a statement that researcher, Dr Koch Visser, studied the relationship between Cyclopia, which is used to make honey bush tea, and breast cancer cells, News 24 reported.
One of my favorite authors has the protagonist drinking red bush tea and fine tuning her thinking skills.
Raw Green Bush Tea is rich in naturally occurring iron, magnesium, potassium, fluoride, manganese, zinc, calcium and vitamin C.
Red bush tea is a herbal tea that originated in Africa.
While she travels through the dust and heat, drinking bush tea and trying to solve her cases, she describes Botswana in ways that allow me to feel the love for her country.