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A Malva Pudding That Rocks (perfect for any party!)

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A Malva Pudding That Rocks (perfect for any party!)

 

Our Rockin’ Malva Pudding is guaranteed to hit the sweet spot – a traditional South African dessert given a fresh twist with an infusion of rich-tasting Rooibos. And we have a serving suggestion for you: ideal for birthdays, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Independence Day, Valentine’s Day, Thanksgiving, Halloween...

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Rooibos Rocks with rum, vanilla and cinnamon

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Rooibos Rocks with rum, vanilla and cinnamon

 

Thanksgiving is a time for gathering family and friends around and celebrating all the good things that have happened this year. OK, in many ways 2020 hasn’t been the best year ever (no kidding!) but it was pretty tough for the Pilgrim Fathers too. However, they realised it was important to celebrate coming through it!

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Winter’s coming - time for Fire & Spice!

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Winter’s coming - time for Fire & Spice!

 

In the north there’s a chill in the air, the nights are drawing in, and Halloween is fast approaching. Now is the time to discover our fragrant Chai blend of Organic Rooibos Tea, star anise, ginger, cardamom, cinnamon, and a pop of pepper for a naturally sweet spiced tea. It’ll warm your bones as the wind whistles outs

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A cuppa for all seasons

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A cuppa for all seasons

 

A cuppa for all seasons Is there a time of year when you wouldn’t want to drink Rooibos Rocks? No! It’s a wonderfully refreshing and health-boosting beverage for all four seasons. Why? Read on…. Winter When the weather is icy cold, the days are depressingly short and you just want to huddle indoors, Rooibos is a wonderful...

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Celebrate South African Heritage Day with us
(it’s a great excuse for a BBQ!)

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Celebrate South African Heritage Day with us <br> (it’s a great excuse for a BBQ!)

 

September 24th is to South Africans what July 4th is to North Americans. Heritage Day is a national holiday where all members of the Rainbow Nation are encouraged to celebrate the diversity of their culture, beliefs and traditions. We tend to do this with a hearty braai. Braai is short for “braaivleis”, the Afrikaans term for “roasted meat” – so, it’s our version of a barbecue.

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