HONEYBUSH

Honeybush was discovered in the 17th Century. The honeybush shrub owes its name to its characteristic appearance of bright yellow blossoms that smell of honey. These wild-grown plants exclusively thrive on small mountain ranges in the so-called Longkloof District. The infusion's taste is pleasantly sweet and aromatic.

  1. As low as £8.00
    As the name suggests, we have created a drink reminiscent of a high, cream tea without the calories! Pure bliss! We add strawberry and cream oils to it in the shop to make a sweet, refreshing drink that offers a good substitute to real tea for those who need to avoid caffeine. It is another alternative to the popular Redbush or ‘Rooibos’, so can also be taken with or without milk.
  2. As low as £7.00
    The honeybush plant grows wild in South Africa and is laden with honey-scented, yellow flowers. It is rich in antioxidants.
  3. As low as £8.00
    Particularly suited to children this naturally sweet tea is caffeine free and rich in healthy antioxidants. It can be taken with milk and honey or fruit sugar. We add natural oil of orange to create a sweet, zesty infusion that offers a good substitute to real tea for those who need to avoid caffeine.