This came free with my last order from Adagio. It took me a long time to try it because I’m not really a fan of Honeybush teas. This one surprised me, its a very sweet mild tea and it probably the first Honeybush that I’ve enjoyed.
“Really surprised that I haven't written a note on this before. Finishing it up tonight with the fam, and with it the entire Adagio honeybush sampler. Yay for the sipdown. As the flavored...” Read full tasting note
“Had a second cup, just as good as the 1st until my puppy stuck her nose rudely into my cup when I turned to answer the phone.” Read full tasting note
“Quite a lovely, sweet tea. Perfect in the evening, when I can't have caffeine. ” Read full tasting note
“I added an extra scoop of chippies. Added an extra minute. Still tons of "dust" in the cup. There was a more prominent smell of apricot, and the first cup was a notch above meh, but just barely....” Read full tasting note
Imagine being whisked away to an bright, fresh apricot orchard… That’s the sensation you’ll get with your first sip of our delectable Honeybush Apricot tea. Combining the sweet flavor of ripe summer apricots with the rich taste of organic, naturally caffeine-free Honeybush herbal tea, you can experience it year-round.
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Maybe I don’t like honeybush as much as I used to because all of the ones I’ve tried lately have seemed really wood-y flavor wise. Or do they get more woody with time? All of my honeybush teas are pretty old, which is why I’m trying to go through them. Either way, I was not loving this like I hoped I would.
Honeybush Apricot comes off to me as having a very light taste that like most herbals reminds me a bit more of juice than tea. Has a light sweet and fruity flavor to it but it is not my favorite flavor. Although my grandmother loved it so much that I gave her the rest of the sample to take home with her.
Smell as you open the tin and brew it is wonderful. On that note, I can’t even remember the last time I had an apricot, if I’ve ever had one before, so I don’t know if the taste is correct or not. XD Yeah, not helpful, I know. But definitely a strong fruit flavor, and very mild compared to my usual preference of ‘spicy’ teas.