How rooibos is manufacturated?

Stages involved in producing rooibos.

Rooibos plantation.

Rooibos plantation

1. HARVESTED PRIMARILY by hand, branches are cut with a sickle 50 cm from the ground.
2. After being CUT into 4-5 mm pieces, the oxidation process begins.
3. SUN-DRYING: Heat and humidity help trigger the plant’s oxidation. This process is what creates rooibos’ characteristic flavour and colour.
5. It is then left to DRY in the open air and heated rapidly to stabilize the plant.

Our selection of rooibos infusions

Rooibos | Ginger, Cinnamon, Pink peppercorns, Cardamom, Clove
€8.50 Per 100g
Rooibos | Cinnamon, Ginger, Carrot, Almond, Pecan nut, Biscuit
€8.00 Per 100g
Rooibos | Lemon, Clementine, Orange, Kola
€7.50 Per 100g
Rooibos | Vanilla
€7.50 Per 100g
Rooibos | Coconut, Rhubarb
€8.50 Per 100g
Rooibos | Cherry, Strawberry, Raspberry, Caramel, Vanilla
€8.00 Per 100g
Rooibos | Hazelnut, Pecan nut, Almond, Pistachio, Honey
€8.50 Per 100g
Rooibos | Bergamot
€9.00 Per 100g
Rooibos | Rhubarb, Strawberry
€8.00 Per 100g
Rooibos | Passion fruit, Peach, Strawberry
€8.00 Per 100g

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