Pomegranate Honeybush

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Fruit Honeybush Blend
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Boiling 7 min, 30 sec

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Our Pomegranate teas have always been crowd pleasers. We have done black tea, green tea, and white tea with pomegranate, and each has been very well received.

I’ve been going a little bit honeybush crazy lately because I just recently started creating blends with honeybush, and it is fabulous stuff to work with. Our Pina Colada Honeybush remains one of my ALL TIME favorite blends. Please do forgive me if I’ve been a bit overzealous about the honeybush, I promise to take a break from it next week, but I was dying to see how a pomegranate honeybush blend would come out, and guess what? It came out FABULOUS!

Our pomegranate blends are so popular, I think, because we are the only blender (that I know of anyway) that uses real freeze dried pomegranate arils and all natural flavoring in our pomegranate blends.

I’m sure if you really want this as a hot tea, it would be great that way, but I think this one is going to blow your socks off as an iced tea. Make up an icy pitcher for your friends and family and there’s no way this blend will fail to impress.

As always, this is a limited edition blend, so get yours while you can!

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At 52teas.com, you will find unique, hand-blended artisan loose leaf teas: a new limited edition creation every week of the year. We pride ourselves on offering truly unique, one-of-a-kind tea blends that you won’t find anywhere else.

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2977 tasting notes

drinking up the cold brew pitcher I made a few days ago. Can’t recall now much I used (4-6 tsp) but it wasn’t enough for cold brewing, as the flavor came out rather weak. I should brew up more, strong, and add it in. But, I’m lazy… It’s still better than plain water!

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4843 tasting notes

I’m glad I decided to brew some of this last night for iced tea today… because it’s supposed to be super hot today. It makes an absolutely superb iced tea. Very vibrant and flavorful, pleasantly sweet and oh-so-refreshing!

Here is my published review of this tea, if anyone cares to take a look:


Oh… and I increased the numeric rating on this a bit, because it’s really really good!

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314 tasting notes

Yay pomegranate! Pleasantly tart and fruity. Delicious as a warm, soothing infusion like this. I’m very pleased with the flavor. Very uplifting and refreshing—even when hot.

Boiling 8 min or more

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6768 tasting notes

Smells like honeybush and pom. Light on the POM.
Tastes really freakin’ good! Just the right amount of POM. The honeybush is lovely, too! Nice job Frank!!! :)

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553 tasting notes

Another sample from 52 teas.

Oh Yum. Finally my taste buds are back!

This one is delish! Very good. Almost like bubblegum. . .perfect for that sweet treat in the afternoon. Yumm!!

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I guess no one on Steepster has had this one yet. My wife made a big pitcher of this as an iced tea to go with our chicken Alfredo dinner tonight. It is sooo refreshing and delicious.

I’ve always been surprised at how much more popular our pomegranate teas are in our brick and mortar shop than they are online. If I had to guess, I would say that there are too many competing pomegranate blends out there, and they have become somewhat ho hum. But I think we are unique in creating our pomegranate tea blends with real freeze-dried pomegranate arils. They have been so popular at the shop that we’ve had to create black, green, white and honeybush pomegranate teas.


I LOVE pomegranate teas, mixed with hibiscus and maybe Acai? Tropical WONDERS


Hibiscus is Teh EVIL to a lot of us here on Steepster. Unfortunately a lot of tea companies use it approximately simulate ‘tart’ flavours instead of using the real deal (which would cost more, God forbid). Pomegranate is one of those that often gets the hibiscus treatement so it’s maybe not surprsing that people are streering clear of it when they can’t taste it ahead of time, like they would in your shop (which sounds like an awesome place BTW).

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