Honeybush is so named because the flowers of the Cyclopia plant smell of honey. In the taste of honeybush tea this delicate honey blossom note is retained in a more subtle form among other elements of this aromatic herbal tea. Other aromatic notes include apricot jam and earthy African Savanna at dusk. In addition to naturally healthy herbal tea experience, a kettle of honeybush tea simmering on the stove can gently scent the kitchen area and surrounding rooms offering a unique sensory journey. Unlike black and green teas prepared from Camellia sinensis plant, the Honeybush tea does not turn bitter with long-term simmering. This flavoursome Honeybush tea leaf is harvested from the wild and is naturally caffeine free.
Brewing Guide: 1-2 tea spoons in 250 ml water at 100°C for 6-8 min