This week’s Brew News story is a short and sweet history, vanilla latte recipe and the healthy reputation of our ever-popular magical Red Rooibos herbal tea: from the Clanwilliam region of Western Cape, South Africa to Dutch settlers, a Canadian marathon runner and a pregnant chai latte lover.
This Sunday in December’s Brew News South Africa bedtime story, “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” came to us courtesy of Damaria Senne, a blogger from Phokeng, North West, South Africa who writes about “the big adventure that we call life.” You can order any of our South African Rooibos selections 24/7 or visit all our Brew […]
This week we turn our taste buds’ attention to a heart-warming spiced tea infusion of Ethiopian origin like Chef Marcus and his Ambessa Fine African Teas that steeps beautifully in your best tea service, as well as some other not-so-traditional herbals that you can brew right at home, in minutes in your single-cup brewer.
Four African-inspired teas: whispers of deepest, darkest chocolate; the vigor and vitality of green tea; the magic of exotic Western Cape South African Rooibos red tea; and an Ethiopian-Swedish poke at the distinctive bergamot and lemon flavours of Earl Grey.
A man and his son were once going with their donkey to market. As they were walking alongside the donkey, a countryman passed them and said, “You fools, what is a donkey for but to ride upon?” So the man put the boy on the donkey and they went on their way. But soon they […]
His gaze, going past those bars, has got so misted with tiredness, it can take in nothing more. He feels as though a thousand bars existed, and no more world beyond them than before. Those supple powerful paddings, turning there in tiniest of circles, well might be the dance of forces round a centre where […]
Then are the trackless copses alive with the trilling of birds, And the beasts look for love, their hour come round again: Lovely the earth in labour, under a tremulous west wind The fields unbosom, a mild moisture is everywhere. Confident grows the grass, for the young sun will not harm it; The shoots of […]