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Honeybush

Subscription Item:
$4.95
24 piece
An endearingly sweet herbal infusion with fruit & floral notes.
Availability:  Out of Stock

Glide on the wind with a handful of this sweet herb tucked away in your messenger bag, along with luscious fruit bits and soft floral notes. The rich, creamy texture and natural honey-like flavor will have you stopping briefly for a game of hopscotch, along with another sip of this full-flavored, light and refreshing tea.

Region africa

For Best Brewing

  1. Bring fresh, filtered water to a boil at 212F (100c).
  2. Pour 8 fl oz (236 ml) of water over the filterbag in your cup.
  3. Let it steep for 5 minutes. Wait patiently for perfection.

Herbal teas are not actually true teas as they contain none of the Camellia sinensis leaf. Instead, herbal teas often include leaves, flowers, roots, peels, berries and spices.