A relative of the Rooibos family, Organic Honeybush is a caffeine-free herbal tea with a sweet, honey-like flavor and aroma. It is made from the leaves of the honeybush plant, which is native to South Africa. This tea is known for its soothing properties, and it is often enjoyed as a natural remedy for insomnia, anxiety, and digestive issues. It can also be blended with other herbs and spices to create unique flavor combinations.
Caffeine Content: None
Honeybush tea is sweet and slightly fruity with a delicate aroma.
- Organic Honeybush: This sweet ingredient has been known to contain properties that aid in improving heart health, respiratory health, and digestive health.
Add 1-2 teaspoons of tea to 8 oz of boiling temperature water
Let the tea steep for 5-7 minutes
For best results, use filtered water (water can really affect the taste of the tea if it is not filtered)
Ratings & Reviews for Organic Honeybush
I tried this because it was "recommended" since I like rooibos (yes, I'm a sucker, but I also love having a huge variety of teas around the house). It has a very mild sweetness to it, and I don't feel I need to sweeten it. I like it both plain or with a splash of milk. My husband says he prefers this to the plain rooibos. I often want an option that is non-caffeinated but still has a robust flavor/feeling to it/can handle milk without feeling heavy or tannic. Definitely worth a try!
My favorite tea! Great service from Full Leaf.
I steep the Organic Honeybush into a tea by itself. The smell of the tea was amazing! Unfortunately the taste is no where close to the smell. I think if it didn't smell as good, I would have rated it higher. The tea was fine, but disappointing compared to how well it smelled.
This tea was amazing. The flavor was delicate, floral, and slightly sweet---the perfect cup of honeybush. I have never had honeybush of such high quality. I would drink it every day if I could afford it.
The quality of the tea was better than I expected . As well as the taste I didn‚Äôt think I was gonna like it. I‚Äôm still trying to find my palette so I‚Äôm hoping to find and make different blends.