The Real Makoya

17Apr07

Tea Estate in South Africa

It’s not just rooibos anymore. South Africa is planning to create black tea with a uniquely South African taste.

South Africans drink tea that is derived from Malawi, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Cameroon and a bit from Kenya. This has created havoc on South African consumers’ taste buds….I have been assured by the Limpopo province and its leadership that a tea with a South African taste will be launched by November 1. South Africans will come to know and witness the real ‘makoya’ or ‘yona yona’. A proudly South Africa tea. [link]

[Photo of the Middlekop Tea Estate in Magoebaskloof from kruger2canyons.com]

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