Honeybush Vanilla

Tea type
Honeybush Tea
Artificial Flavouring, Honeybush, Marigold Petals, Vanilla Pieces
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Bulk, Loose Leaf
Caffeine Free
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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 30 sec 8 oz / 240 ml

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From Teavana

Smooth and rich honey-vanilla infusion

Indulge in dessert-inspired sweetness that brings out the wild honeybush and tames it into a creamy confection. The South African honeybush is grown in the wild and carries soft, clear honey tones when it’s blended with sweet vanilla beans. The result is a smooth, warm and friendly, creamy dessert tisane.

Ingredients: Honeybush, artificial flavoring, vanilla pieces, marigold petals

How To Steep
3 Perfectea Scoops – Scoop loose leaf tea into infuser.
205°F – Heat fresh (preferably filtered) water.
8 fl oz – Pour water over sachet in cup.
5 min – Stay close to this steep time for optimal flavor.
1 steep

Blends Well With
Golden Monkey Black Tea


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50 Tasting Notes

7 tasting notes

this is my current favorite tea (herbal tisane)…the vanilla is so nice, such a light taste and lovely smell. i love it as a nighttime tea because its so soothing.

205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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158 tasting notes

This mixes well with literally everything. It’s fabulous on its own but is also great with my Adagio Chocolate and Hazelnut teas. I think this is just a good all around base for flavored teas and it cuts down on the caffeine in your cup if that’s something you’re looking for.

I just ordered a bunch of flavored teas from Adagio and I think I will be mixing them with this a ton. It’s about $4.80 per 2oz, which is good for Teavana but I think I can find it cheaper elsewhere for the same quality or better.

If you’re a Teavana fan, put this in your cupboard, you’ll use it!

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212 tasting notes

I’m a big fan of the rooibos and honeybush teas. I really love vanilla too. I didn’t pick up the vanilla so much in this tea. It does have a creamy taste to it. It has the spicy residual flavor I expect from rooibos or honeybush.

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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56 tasting notes

There is a lovely woman who goes to a three-day camping event that I attend every year, puts up a canvas wall tent, and sells iced teas of 7 or 8 different types. I like a lot of what she brings; she obviously knows her tea and knows how to brew it and keep it tasting good in the plastic dispensers. Also it’s usually hot as hell and just about any drink tastes good when you need it that much.

But the one I keep coming back to is her honeybush tea, and now—ta da!—I think I’ve found it! (Or rather, my friend Sarah found it for me, and gifted me with it today, along with other yummy stuff in a gift bag. I adore Sarah!) I can’t recall if “The Tea Lady” at my camping event uses vanilla honeybush or just honeybush. But I know she sweetens it slightly, and it’s just perfect on a hot day.

Having just discussed happy memories of iced honeybush, here I am drinking it hot. It is January 1st in Wisconsin, after all. It’s a lovely surprise to find it’s good hot too! I have a spoonful or two of Teavana’s sugar crystals in it, and (because I’m kind of a sugar fiend) it is really tasty, but I tasted it before sugaring it and it was very good that way too: smooth, sweetish, slightly woody. The pre-brewing leaf seems to have a lot of woody-looking bits in it too, more than I remember seeing in other honeybush teas, but then maybe I wasn’t paying attention.

I can say that the honeybush teas I’ve tried in pursuit of the lovely, sweet, resinous taste I get in that wonderful Tea Lady’s iced tea, have been a disappointment. This one: not a bit. Can’t wait to try it iced when springtime comes!

195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 30 sec

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38 tasting notes

Made 16oz with 2 teaspoons of tea to share with my boyfriend. It was alright, but very sweet. I’ll have to try it without honey or blended with something else to offset its sweetness (maybe peppermint?) or maybe make it weaker. For now, though, this stays at my boyfriend’s house.

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16 tasting notes

I absolutely love this tea. It’s super smooth. It tastes “good” without being bitter at all. Num nums.

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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6 tasting notes

Having read terrible things about Teavana and their safety/quality control practices (particularly regarding carcinogenic pesticides in their tea leaves: read more here http://foodbabe.com/2013/08/21/do-you-know-whats-really-in-your-tea/), I’m not happy that this tea is made by Teavana. However, that is this delicious tea’s only negative point.

I find it wonderfully tasty, sweet on its own without having to add honey (I don’t always take honey with my tea, but this one is perfectly honeyed without adding any honey to it myself…quite delightful). I love vanilla, and this is a harmonious medley of the two. The honey is dominant, to be sure, but I don’t consider that to be a disappointment. It tastes great just the way it is.

Something about this tea is wonderfully comforting to me. It’s like a warm, soft blanket, as you’re curled up before the fireplace, with a warm glow from the fire washing over you. It is definitely one of my favorites. I like to drink it when I’m stressed, to help me unwind.

I saw that several people were trying to mix their own version of this tea using teas from companies other than Teavana. If anyone has had success, I’d like to hear about it. I’m going to try this myself with some tea companies recommended by the Food Babe for the safety and purity of their teas (Numi, Traditional Medicinals, and Rishi Tea).

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I purchased some honeybush tea from Mountain Rose Herbs and cut a vanilla bean into it. I let it sit for a few weeks to infuse/settle. It didn’t taste creamy like this one, but it did taste lovely and vanilla-y.

I’ve since added some cardamom, cinnamon bark, and cloves to it and am enjoying it as a gentle vanilla chai. Mmmmm.

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32 tasting notes

Vanilla. I can sense some of the vanilla in this, but I don’t know… I’m not sure how to rate this. Not sure if I really like this, as I’ve tasted better. Thankfully I don’t have too much of this. I split the small amount with a cousin of mine.

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32 tasting notes

Probably one of the best things I’ve ever tasted, honestly.

That honey taste is unbelievable, especially to me because I tend not to care much for honey or honey flavor.

Barely needs any sugar (again, notable for me, I’m known to oversugar stuff occasionally), makes a beautiful deep red color, and tastes unbelievably good with a lovely, sweet aftertaste. Just finished up my jar of it yesterday and I’m still lamenting it a bit.

Boiling 8 min or more

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79 tasting notes

I was right. Much better warm. Sick again so also added some honey.

6 min, 0 sec

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