Cape Town based company gives the world a South African taste - Bos Ice Tea

Bos Ice Tea has been a favorite for many in Cape Town and South Africa over the past 7 years.

Founded by Cape Town's entrepreneur Grant Rushmere in 2009, the brand has found itself in the global market, giving the world an authentic South African taste.

Managing director William Battersby says their colourful packaging, healthy options and working with a passionate team makes this brand standout from the rest.

Bos Ice Tea uses 100% organic rooibos as the main ingredient.

The company is now planning to penetrate the US markets in 2018.

To hear more about Bos Ice Tea and business operations, listen here:


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