The indigenous inhabitants of the Cape of Good Hope have harvested honey Bush Tea for over 300 years. Growing close to the fairest Cape of Good Hope and stretching from the east to west coast in this unspoiled, natural paradise, the Honey Bush plant belongs to the Cyclopia herbal family and is harvested during the spring season. After harvest Honey Bush leaves, stems, and flowers are cut and oxidized naturally. During the fermentation process, Honey Bush cuttings change color from green to dark brown and develop a sweet aroma.
1-2 t in 8oz 205°F water, steep 4-5 minutes