Honeybush Banana Nut

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Calculated from 4 Ratings
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Honeybush Tea
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Apple Pieces, Banana, Chestnut, Cinnamon Bark, Cocoa Nibs, Honeybush, Marigold Flowers, Natural Flavours
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Typical Preparation
Use 20 oz / 591 ml of water
Set water temperature to Boiling
Steep for 4 min, 45 sec
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“A must have for cool mornings. Tastes just as the name suggest.” Read full tasting note
“Latte Sipdown (602)! So, I was definitely correct in my assumption that this would be much better as a latte! I did find that it still wasn’t quite as rich and banana flavour dominant as the dry...” Read full tasting note
“So the first time I tried this tea, it tasted absolutely amazing. Exactly like its namesake. Every cup after that, however, ended up with a strange underlying…peppery? flavor. So delicious on top,...” Read full tasting note


One sip of our Honeybush Banana Nut tea and you’ll feel as though you’re standing in the middle of your local bakery, about to take a bite out of a freshly baked muffin! This smooth brew deliciously combines your love of baked goods with our full bodied honeybush tea. So not only is it sugar free, it is caffeine free as well! Making it the perfect indulgence for both morning and night.

This tea contains no caffeine | Steep at 212° for 5 minutes.

Ingredients & Lore
Blended With Honeybush Tea, Apple Pieces, Cinnamon Bark, Cocoa Nibs, Natural Banana Flavor, Natural Chestnut Flavor & Marigold Flowers
Bananas appeared in the US around the 1870s, but it took a bit longer for them to appear as ingredient for desserts. The modern banana bread recipe began showing up in cookbooks around the 1930s and its popularity was greatly helped by the introduction of baking powder on the market. Some food historians believe banana bread was a byproduct of the Great Depression as resourceful housewives did not wish to throw away overripe bananas (as they were still a costly item to purchase), others believe the modern banana bread was developed in corporate kitchens to promote flour and baking soda products.

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