cape honeybush tea

Honeybush Tea

Honeybush tea has a naturally sweet flavor and is a great thirst quencher, which can be enjoyed hot, or cold. The tea contains high levels of antioxidants.

The subtle sweet taste and abundant health properties of honeybush tea make it a great carrier to be combined with other botanical health infusions such as Hoodia, Sutherlandia, Buchu and Sceletium.

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Rooibos Tea

Rooibos tea has been popular in Southern Africa for generations and is now consumed in many countries. The tea comes from the shrub Aspalathus Linearis, which is primarily found on the slopes of Clanwilliam in South Africa. It has a mild and aromatic taste and a wide array of health benefits.

organic green honeybush tea

Green Tea (Unfermented Honeybush)

Unfermented (green) Honeybush tea is made from the Honeybush plant but is processed by steam and is not fermented. It contains a much higher level of antioxidants than other green teas.

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  • Single Origin Tea
  • High In Antioxidants
  • Good For Children
  • Private Label Teas

Our honeybush tea is an unblended pure tea from a single geographic region, the Cape province of South Africa. It comes straight from the farm to your home.

Honeybush tea, especially unfermented (green) tea, is well-known for its high level of antioxidants. They promote good health and help prevent diseases.

Honeybush tea has a natural sweet taste. It has no caffeine and very little tannin. It is refreshing and soothing at the same time, making it very good for children.

The company processes and packages teas for many established brand names in the tea industry. The packaging format can be modified to suit individual customer specifications. For enquiries and quotes for any Private Label Packaging, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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