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Red Cappuccino

It’s no secret that I’m a HUGE tea lover. Oddly enough though, I have never enjoyed Rooibos.

I just find the taste to be very “off” for my tastebuds. I feel like I’ve been letting down my South African roots, especially since it comes from the plant Aspalathus linearis that is grown in a small area of the Western Cape, SA.

Rooibos is so incredibly good for you and has so many health aspects, that I’ve really wanted to like it.

It’s a great source of antioxidants (that’s why it’s so popular in skin care ranges too), it’s caffeine free, it has cancer fighting properties, promotes heart health and can prevent diabetes.

Power in a cup.

Recently Karolina introduced me to the Red Cappuccino. It’s Rooibos tea, instead of coffee and it is delicious!

I drizzle honey into it and it’s the only way I enjoy Rooibos.

I realize that the Red Cappuccino’s have been around for ages, but they are new for me and my new mini addiction. I’m just ensuring they’re Skinny Red Cappuccino’s.

Do you drink Rooibos tea and if so, how do you drink it? Maybe I’m missing a secret trick here.

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