Where there’s TEA there’s hope

Where there’s TEA there’s hope

[bosicetea]

BOS/bos/noun, adj & verb. -n. 1. deliciously refreshing ice tea made entirely in South Africa with enormous integrity and care. 2. A cool tea with a cool taste in a cool can. –adj.1. possessing out the box originality, unleashed energy, robust health and an exuberant capacity for joy. 2. wildly inspired. 3. typically presented in Afro pop packaging. colloq. mad. outrageous. rooibos. –verb intr. go bos. –verb tr. bossificate (as in to Bossify, to be converted to BOS, or to subscribe to the BOS way of life).

BOS uses first grade organic Rooibos blended with all-natural fruit flavours and ancient ingredients to present a range of brand new damn good far better ice teas. It’s big on taste, up on entertainment and wired for wellness.

Discover the magic of rooibos HERE

Vocabulary chunks to learn after watching the video :

• Authentic stories
• Things that have depth and have meaning
• The sense of space and peace
• A mystical quality
• Uniquely from the Cederberg   mountain range
• Rooibos tea
• Pristine wilderness
• Ancient landscape
• Hand harvested on our farm.  It is over 6 000 hectares
• Rooibos fields
• Fostering the ecosystem
• In harmony with the environment around us
• The sun goes down
• The river meanders through the wilderness
• It is very rich in antioxidants
• Bruise the leaf
• Ferment it in the sun
• Unlocks the aromas
• The most magnificent functioning tea farm
• Farm staff
• A creative outlet
• Custodians of this environment
• This is where it comes from
• I wanted to capture the tea origins

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English Cream Tea Etiquette

English Cream Tea Etiquette

  [English Cream Tea]

Vocabulary to learn after watching the video :

  • English Cream Tea Etiquette
  • My teapot has got a strainer inside it
  • Tea first, milk second is the done thing
  • I’m going to have mine black
  • Not as simple as it sounds
  • Cup and saucer
  • An etiquette expert
  • The answer to whether you pick up the cup and saucer lies in the height of the table
  • We used to think that was the posh way
  • There is more to that than meets the eye
  • The posh way is forward and back
  • Sugar cubes
  • Hands on your lap when you’re not using them
  • Freshly baked
  • Etiquette is all about politeness
  • Communal dishes
  • That’s not considered the best manners
  • This is one of our greatest British traditions
  • It is something to be proud of