Hazelnut Honeybush

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Herbal Honeybush Blend
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205 °F / 96 °C 7 min, 45 sec

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Hazelnuts and Honeybush were meant for each other. Both have a rich nutty flavor with a subtle sweetness to them. Naturally caffeine-free, this fusion tea blend can be enjoyed anytime of the day.

Ingredients: honeybush tea, hazelnut flavoring

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Sample sipdown from Dexter3657

I really should have bought more of this. I didn’t receive my Fusion tea order yet but I only ordered a 10 cup sample size. I had only tried it once before placing my order and was still not head over heels in love. I enjoyed it the first time around but apparently not enough to order more. Moronic move.

It’s perfect for an evening when you want to curl up with a warm cup of comfort. To some, that cup of comfort might be a chocolate tea, or a chai. Although I enjoy those also, there’s just nothing like hazelnut for me. I used to put hazelnut creamer in my morning coffee all the time. This tea, with hazelnut creamer is just to die for.

205 °F / 96 °C 7 min, 30 sec

Sounds yummy! Hazelnut creamer is one of my favs too haha

Terri HarpLady

Hazelnut is awesome. I occasionally make hazelnut (paleo) pancakes, & they rock!


Terri I know about those pancakes! I saw a note you wrote a couple of days ago where you mentioned making the pancakes. I thought it was awesome. I always love hearing about other people cooking, especially when they do it with love not just out of necessity.

Terri HarpLady

I LOVE pancakes!
Usually I make them with Almond flour, but a 50/50 hazelnut almond mix is nice too. Today I did them with almond flour, adding cinnamon, nutmeg, orange peel…(I’m drooling now, just thinking about it…I just remembered there are a few leftovers!). All that was needed was Maple syrup, which I had!


Be careful, I can see myself on a plane to Missouri :) gawd, now I have to make pancakes tomorrow morning.

Terri HarpLady

Pancakes rock!
If this Harp Playing thing ever stops working for me, I should open a bed & breakfast. I’d just have to turn part of my house into a guest room, then people could come from all over to eat my pancakes & other foods, & I could serve tea, provide tours of St. Louis, take people on float trips, all kinds of fun things.


Yes please! But I get dibs on your first reservation!

Terri HarpLady

Sil, I’ll start the kettle, come on down!


:) that would be awesome. Maybe if we do a bit of a road trip one of these days we can pop on by haha

Terri HarpLady

Whenever, I don’t plan on going anywhere :)


I do think we should plan a get together. A Steepster convention of sorts. Pick a place as equidistant from most as we can and do a weekend. Dude, it would be awesome. Not even a hotel or a place where we would sightsee. Just like a Lilith fair or Woodstock type of thing, or a womyn Michigan festival. I’d put money on this being a blast.


An annual tea festival. Sweet!

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forgot i had this one yesterday as well. Thanks nxtdoor I think i rather like this one. i think it would probably make a really good tea latte. The hazelnut taste in this one is pretty nice and i do like that it’s a honeybush. I don’t think i would like this as much as a rooibos as there would be that danger of the woodys taste coming through. instead the honeybush here adds a bit of depth to the hazelnut taste. thanks nxtdoor!

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So far this is my favourite from Fusion Teas. I made an entire order just because I had to have more of this. Thanks to Dexter3657 for introducing me to this via sample. :)

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I haven’t written about this? I’ve had it for a long time and it’s almost gone.
This is really nutty, seems more like a roasted mate than a honeybush – maybe roasted honeybush? Whatever it is it’s really good. Nice and sweet and nutty. Thumbs up.

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This tea reminds me of the caramel covered nuts my mother used to make.
The smell is divine; nutty with that characteristic honeybush sweetness.
The taste is the same, sweet and nutty. I usually prefer rooibos over honeybush, as I’m not a big fan of that sweetness, however here it works very well and turns out a really good cup. I’m liking this a lot!

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