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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Bulungula

Bulungula

 [Pascal Bennet ]

Situated on one of the world’s most beautiful, unspoilt beaches in the heart of a traditional Xhosa village, the eco-friendly Bulungula Lodge has been described as “spectacular” by the Lonely Planet and “one of the World’s ultimate ethical travel experiences” by The Rough Guide.  read more HERE

Wild Coast – Easter Cape, South Africa

Create great memories

Create great memories

 [Condé Nast Traveler]

Vocabulary chunks to learn after watching the video :

  • Travel is something we do to create great memories
  • A lemonade soda from a machine
  • Ticket stubs
  • Business cards
  • These things seem so mundane
  • You just collect and then you tape and then you write little notes
  • Her world is intertwined with mine in them
  • Making our journals together
  • Sitting in the café jet lagged
  • Those moments of being together
  • Focusing on the moment
  • It’s a memory keeping tool