South African loose leaf Honeybush from the Eastern Cape region. Smooth, sweet, full bodied. Naturally caffeine free. Rich in antioxidants, beta carotene, and Vitamin C.
What is Honeybush
Cyclopia, better known by the common name Honeybush, is a genus of flowering plants in the legume family, Fabaceae, of the subfamily Faboideae. Honeybush is so named because the flowers smell of honey. The taste of honeybush tea is similar to that of rooibos but a little sweeter. Both are much more fragrant than any true tea prepared from Camellia species, or even other tisanes. In some rural districts it used to be common practice to keep a kettle of honeybush tea infusing on the stove ready for drinking while scenting the whole house — unlike tea prepared from Camellia sinensis, the product does not rapidly spoil as it simmers.
I could certainly drink this every day. It has a fascinating flavor with a recognizable hint of artichoke — not something I would have imagined in a tea, but it works for me.