Where Can I Find Tea In South Africa

Where Can I Find Tea In South Africa

Tea is the evergreen shrub or small tree that produces tea leaves, native to southern and eastern Asia and grown as a major cash crop.

Below is Where You Can Find Tea In South Africa

Royal Tea V&A Waterfront

Address: Level one, V&A Waterfront, Victoria Wharf, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa

Phone: +27 79 829 9418

Dilmah Tea South Africa

Address: Unit 9 – 11, Grasso Business Park, 4 Bp Rd, Montague Gardens, Cape Town, 7945, South Africa

Phone: +27 21 552 3068

Topqualitea South Africa (Pty) Ltd

Address: 14 Rowallan St, West Beach, Cape Town, 7449, South Africa

Phone: +27 21 554 0012


Address: 12 Voortrekker St, Mossdustria, Mossel Bay, 6506, South Africa

Phone: +27 44 697 7070

Enmasse Tea Merchants

Address: 125 Hope Street, Gate 2 (parking & entrance at back of building), Gardens, Cape Town, 8003, South Africa

Phone: +27 21 461 5650

Jua Na Mlima Tea Company

Address: Chichester Rd, Claremont, Cape Town, 7708, South Africa

Phone: +27 64 531 5514

Carmién Tea

Address: Bergendal Boerdery, Paleisheuwel Road From the, N7, Citrusdal, 7340, South Africa

Phone: +27 22 921 8900

What is the most popular tea in South Africa?

The most famous tea from South Africa isn’t technically a tea at all but a Tisane – a Herbal tea brew made from the leaves of the native Aspalathus linearis bush. Of course, you’ll know it as rooibos tea, or ‘red bush’ – naturally caffeine-free and rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.

What tea is found in South Africa?

Rooibos, meaning “red bush” in Afrikaans, is the most famous South African herbal tea. Rooibos (Aspalathus linearis) is a member of the pea family, with a very narrow natural distribution in two main areas in the north of the Cape Floristic Region: the Cederberg and Namaqualand.

Does tea grow in South Africa?

The Western Cape is where South Africa’s principal crops are grown and have the most hospitable growing environment for their two beloved teas, rooibos and honeybush. The tea that South Africa is best known for producing and exporting (and the one we carry at Hackberry) is rooibos.