Tesco Redbush Tea Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Tea
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Decaffeinated Tea / Tea / A naturally caffeine free infusion.
Newest Review: ... to tea, and as a medicine by African Bushmen. THE TESCO VERSION: Tesco Red Bush tea is grown in the Cedarberg region of ... more
by - written on 30/10/09 (Very useful, 285 readings)
REDBUSH TEA: Redbush tea (also known as Rooibos) is a caffeine free alternative to tea. It is made of 100% Rooibos. It is said to be as hydrating as water, and it is lower in tannin than other sorts of tea (although it does still contain some). Tannin inhibits the absorption of iron into the blood from food. This can cause lower energy levels, and in extreme cases can cause anaemia. Anaemia is a lack of oxygen in the blood, although many people think that it is lack of iron. In fact, it can be caused by lack of iron, hence the confusion. If you drink a lot of tea, it can be worth switching to redbush for at least some of the tea you drink, you may find that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/09 (Very useful, 189 readings)
I am rather partial to a cup of Redbush (or rooibos) tea. My usual brand is Tetleys, readily available and not too badly priced - whilst I prefer to buy supermarket own brand products, there didn't appear to be any making their own Redbush. And then a couple of months ago whilst browsing the tea aisle in Tesco (yes I like tea and like to browse!), I saw that they had their own Redbush. The first thing I noticed was that the Tesco Redbush is available in packs of 40 and 80 teabags - I've never seen Tetley or any of the other brands in a pack larger than 40 bags, so this seemed to be a good decision on the part of Tesco. The larger size does not seem to be ... Read the complete review