bush tea

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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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Earth's Essence Pinotage 2015 (no added sulphur), Western Cape, South Africa (currently reduced to PS7.49 from PS9.99, Ocado) IF YOU'RE on a quest for a bold pinotage, here's a good example of how appealing South Africa's signature grape can be when the damson fruit has an upfront sweetness and builds intensity with notes of cranberries, spice and bush teas.
In 2005 I took on the role of carer for my mother in law and started to make bush teas and ointments to help out family and friends.
The Republic of Tea, Novato, Calif., introduces new Raw Green Bush Teas, the first unoxidized South African rooibos, or Red Tea, in the American marketplace.
The Raw Green Bush Teas are available in recyclable tins containing 36 all natural, unbleached, round tea bags free and has a suggested retail price of $10.