This is the first mate tea I’ve enjoyed, after trying quite a few at Davids. Very sweet and yummy, nice flavor for year around.
Had it with natural agave, perfect.
“A wonderful start to a wonderful birthday!” Read full tasting note
“Oh, wow. Dry, this smells much like Lush's "Honey, I Washed the Kids" soap which I bought to replace my peppermint blue soap. Strong honey smell, followed by a tinge of something unusual. I've...” Read full tasting note
“Goodbye, sample! Today I woke up early to see my bf and his Dad off as they drive across the country with our stuff. My job is to take care of the child and the cat but I just can't wake...” Read full tasting note
“Down down down the drain she goes... @ (because the "at" symbol kinda looks like a swirl, get it? yes I am a dork) So... there was a day when I lurrrved this tea. Liquid bees, it didn't sound all...” Read full tasting note
This honey-flavoured, honeybush tea is just about the sweetest energy-enhancer around. It has all the zest of real lemon and lemon myrtle, and all the smooth flavour of rooibos and green rooibos. But the real secret ingredient? Green maté. It provides a beautiful burst of energy for both mind and body. Strewn with calendula petals and cornflowers, this is the nectar of choice for busy bees.
Ingredients: Red and green rooibos, honeybush, green mate, lemon bits, lemon myrtle, calendula petals, blue cornflowers. With artificial and natural flavouring*.
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I went shopping at David’s today because I wanted to try some new samples. I got out with 8 bags of 25g: Coco Lemon Thai, Mom’s apple pie, Sugar and spice, Currant affair, Orange blossom, Happy Kombucha, Mago Lassi and, of course, Honey Bee. It’s the first one I tried.
Sooo.. Since we have a water distributor at work, I always use it to make hot water. The temperature is 73 C so that’s how hot i steeped it.
Sooo.. Since we have a water distributor at work, I always use it to make hot water. The temperature is 73 C so that’s how hot i steeped it.Overall, I liked this tea. It tastes a little like when you are sick and you drink plenty of hot water with lemon and honey – because it’s so good – both of those tastes are well present in the cup. So yup, it’s a nice one. Am I gonna buy again? I may. It will not be a MUST in my collection, though, but I don’t regret buying it since I enjoyed it.
Honey Bee is another tea I received as a birthday present. What a lovely tea this is. it is a blend of rooibos and mate tea with some lemon myrtle and flowery things.
It smells exactly like honey! I have no idea how this is even possible, it must be witchcraft. It’s actually incredible. However, it does not taste like honey (I wasn’t really expecting it to anyways). I mostly taste the rooibos flavor with a hint of lemon and a slight sweetness.
I love this tea. I will definitely drink this on those early mornings for a nice energy boost. It is best served hot, in my opinion.
GAK! Lemon and honey. When I was growing up, whenever I got sick, my dad would make me these horrible hot toddies that had lemon, honey, and a shot of whiskey, and this reminds me a little bit too much of that. I’m sure I’d like it more if I didn’t have such an unpleasant sense memory associated with it, but as it is, I just can’t do this one.