Bee The Change

Tea type
Rooibos Tea
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Floral, Herbal, Honey
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Bulk, Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Kosher, Vegan
Edit tea info Last updated by Roswell Strange
Average preparation
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  • “Gifted I see the potential with this tea. Power punch of honey and floral notes. It’s a little too sweet for me, so I may use less leaf to water in the future. I don’t think I’d like this one iced,...” Read full tasting note
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  • “The honey flavor here is super strong. I thought I would dislike it, but actually, I sort of enjoyed it at first. It tastes really natural. I drank it cold, though I think a small mug of this would...” Read full tasting note
    58
  • “(DavidsTea 46) Also picked up this tea… deeply discounted…… I can see why. Yikes. It smells like flavoured vodka. Floral-flavoured vodka. The flavour is better – less vodka, just floral, but wow, I...” Read full tasting note
    35
  • “Made a latte last night of this one and added vanilla soymilk. It was extra sweet between the milk and the strongly steeped tea. I remember I drank it pretty quickly. The latte prep softened the...” Read full tasting note

From DAVIDsTEA

Good for you & the bees in the ecosystem. The best part? 10% of the proceeds go towards the Bee Conservancy. Embrace the invigorating powers of this vibrant floral honey rooibos. Strewn with defence-boosting echinacea, naturally sweet honeybush and aromatic rose, clover & marigolds, it’s a soothing caffeine-free infusion you’ll love to sip both hot and iced.

10% of the proceeds from this product will be donated to The Honeybee Conservancy, a non-profit organization that creates bee habitats in Canada & the US.

What makes it great
When you purchase any Bee the Change product, 10% of the overall proceeds will go towards the Bee Conservancy.

Made with traditional wellness ingredients like defence-boosting echinacea and throat-soothing clover.
It’s caffeine-free – meaning it won’t keep you up at night or give you the jitters commonly associated with caffeine.

Rosehips, Apple, Rooibos, Honeybush, Echinacea, Natural honey flavouring, Rose petals, Marigold flowers, Pink cornflower blossoms, Cornflower petals, Natural flavouring with stevia extract, Fenugreek seeds, Red clover flower.

Sweet and fragrant honey flavour with subtle floral notes of clover and rose.

About DAVIDsTEA View company

DavidsTea is a Canadian specialty tea and tea accessory retailer based in Montreal, Quebec. It is the largest Canadian-based specialty tea boutique in the country, with its first store having opened in 2008.

10 Tasting Notes

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Gifted

I see the potential with this tea. Power punch of honey and floral notes. It’s a little too sweet for me, so I may use less leaf to water in the future. I don’t think I’d like this one iced, but I’m willing to try it. Maybe that’ll decrease the sugary sweetness of the tea.

I would grab it if I weren’t feeling well. I’m sure when those Spring allergies knock me down, this’ll be a good tea to sip. I tend to lean toward honey + tea during that seasonal change.

Flavors: Floral, Herbal, Honey

Roswell Strange

I’m not sure if you’re into lattes at all, but it makes for a nice latte!

MadHatterTeaReview

Ahhhh. I’m totally going to try it as a latte then! :)

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1337 tasting notes

The honey flavor here is super strong. I thought I would dislike it, but actually, I sort of enjoyed it at first. It tastes really natural. I drank it cold, though I think a small mug of this would have been more pleasant than this huge one. The flavor was quite one note and became way too much by the end of the mug. Too much honey.

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(DavidsTea 46)

Also picked up this tea… deeply discounted…… I can see why. Yikes. It smells like flavoured vodka. Floral-flavoured vodka. The flavour is better – less vodka, just floral, but wow, I do not like this. I think I preferred Headache Halo, and that’s saying something.

It is becoming less revolting as I drink it, but I am just going to have to hope that I can mix it into jugs of iced tea for my husband to use it up, because this is a nope for me. Glad I didn’t pay full price.

ETA: Ok seriously, even the sealed bag is poofing up vodka scent at me from the top. I’m not even sure I want to store this with my other teas! Gah.

Lexie Aleah

I found it to be much better with milk (I used soymilk)

Kittenna

Maybe I’ll give that a shot. I’m sad at how terrible this was!

tea-sipper

Yeah, the last davidstea order I did, it seems like the pouches are poofing scent out of them when they are closed, more than the older pouches did.

Kittenna

Yes! I opened up one order that smelled deliciously like caramel. I don’t think I should be able to smell through the bags!

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1028 tasting notes

Made a latte last night of this one and added vanilla soymilk. It was extra sweet between the milk and the strongly steeped tea. I remember I drank it pretty quickly. The latte prep softened the medicinal qualities such as the echinacea and enhanced the honey flavor/dessert elements.

Flavors: Honey

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131 tasting notes

I honestly didn’t think I would love this tea but I do. While the flavor is subtle it is strong enough for my picky taste buds. Smells almost like a nutty coffee, which I know doesn’t make sense but that’s what I got. Mild honey flavoring, satisfying and hydrating.

Hot: Yes
Cold: No, too weak a flavoring

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1457 tasting notes

TTB. Smells like honey flavoring, which I like. Tastes like licorice, stevia, and rooibos…which I don’t like.

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12453 tasting notes

I was inspired by TheMadHatterTeaReview’s Youtube review of this tea earlier today to steep up a cup myself since it had been a little while. Opening up the tin, I’m hit with the sweet aroma of fennel/black licorice. Definitely an aroma that I personally enjoy a lot, though I know that it’s polarizing.

Steeped up the taste is more of an overt honey note – clover honey in particular. Very sweet but I think that’s at least somewhat to be expected when you’re dealing with honey flavours – of course the fennel adds an extra layer of sweetness and those licorice-y flavours come through a bit more in the undertones after the initial wave of thicker clover honey notes. Also some woodiness and a gentle nutty finish from the rooibos itself.

I enjoyed this tea today and am glad I was inspired to steep it, though it was a touch sweeter than I remembered.

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts and feelings regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

MadHatterTeaReview

OMG-clover! How the heck did my mind forget clover! I totally need to revisit this now (as a latte).

MadHatterTeaReview

Thank you for the shoutout :) Currently listening to the Dark Crystal GeekSteep!

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