Organic Honeybush Loose Leaf Tea is grown in the Langkloof Mountains of the Eastern Cape of South Africa. Our Organic Honeybush Tea will delight your senses with natural sweetness and a honey-like taste.
Botanists first cataloged the bush from the Dutch East India trading company in 1652. When they discovered African tribes in the region drinking the tea, for instance, they investigated. Honeybush is no longer a secret; in other words, international consumption is growing rapidly.
The only thing in common with black tea is the processing: harvest, cut, oxidize and dry. The bits turn from green to dark brown while developing sweet aromatic qualities.
Honeybush is high in antioxidants and naturally caffeine-free. The brewed tea is ideal for nighttime consumption. It also contains Pinitol, which is a modified sugar said to help lower blood sugar levels. Read this post on Honeybush and this post on Chocolate Honeybush.
A spot of honey will enhance the natural character but is not necessary. This tea is definitely best served hot. 20 to 25 cups of tea can be made from 2 oz of loose leaf tea. We also suggest steeping our Honeybush multiple times for even more cups of great tea.
Brewing Instructions for Organic Honeybush Tea
Prepared like tea, these gems contain no tea leaves. All blends are caffeine-free, except for the Mate. Use boiling water (Mate should use water at 176); infusions can be steeped up to 10 minutes depending on personal preferences. All teas are sold in 2oz packets from which 20-25 cups of tea can be brewed unless otherwise noted.
Store in a dry place.