Imagine a lifestyle where all the drinks a health-conscious person needs are derived from one delicious caffeine-free product. From your first kickstart in the morning, those smoothies during the day to cocktails in the evening.
Caffeine is so dangerous and is being consumed as part of the modern lifestyle at such high quantities that it should be regulated, the editor in chief of the Journal of Caffeine Research, Dr Jack James, says in a recent article. To exacerbate this problem, there are a growing trend to add caffeine to products such as energy and alcoholic drinks.
The reality is that many people have become accustomed to overdo it with caffeine to get through their busy days. But what if you had a healthy substitute that gave you that same kick in various forms without the caffeine? Step up Red Espresso®, made from South Africa’s 100% naturally caffeine-free Rooibos.
It is no surprise then that more and more executive movers and shakers have converting to Red Espresso®. Not only for making a strong espresso to go with breakfast, chai latte mid morning, Americano with lunch or a smoothy in the afternoon, but even the Red Dragon cocktails later in the evening.
It’s not only the smooth and earthy flavour of the the world’s first Rooibos tea espresso that are turning people into Red Espresso® devotees. It is also the health benefits. Made from pure Rooibos leaves, Red Espresso© has five times more anti-antioxidants than green tea, which is known to boost the immune system, relaxes the central nervous system, relieves headaches, combats insomnia and irritability, aids digestion, relieves stomach cramps, ulcers, nausea, heartburn and constipation. If that’s not enough, consider the anti-allergic and anti-asthmatic properties, which means this product can safely be enjoyed by pregnant women and children.
Often described as combining the style of our coffee culture with the health benefits of tea, Red Espresso© is strictly not a tea. It is a herbal infusion made from a shrubby legume that grows only on the Cederberg mountains of the Western Cape Province of South Africa (see picture below).