Organic Vanilla Honeybush Herbal Tea

Organic Vanilla Honeybush Herbal Tea
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Organic Vanilla Honeybush Herbal Tea

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        • honeybush
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      • generic_text_1: http://www.stashtea.com/info/Brewing_Guide@Our Guide to Brewing Tea
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      • Search Terms:
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        • honeybush
        • organic
        • caffeine-free
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Stash Organic Vanilla Honeybush is an herbal infusion that is low in tannins and contains no caffeine. This unique drink is tasty and aromatic. It brews up a warm reddish-brown color and is full bodied and slightly spicy with a sweet aftertaste. It's a great drink hot or iced, with or without milk and sweetener.

Related to the rooibos plant, honeybush is easily recognized by the masses of deep-yellow flowers that emit a sweet honey aroma, hence the name. Almost all honeybush is currently harvested from the wild, mountainous regions of South Africa, and great care is taken to preserve its habitat.

According to tradition, it is harvested during the flowering period during September and October. The entire harvesting process is very tedious and labor intensive. Honeybush is hand cut by harvesters who use sickles. The stems are then made into bundles of 15 to 20 pounds and transported to a lower collection point using wire and a pulley system. The honeybush is then moved to the processing plant where it is placed in a large stainless steel tank. The tanks, or fermentation ovens, produce about 350 pounds of dry tea every 80 hours. Once the tea is air dried it is cut, sifted, and ready for use.

Stash Vanilla Honeybush Herbal Tea is certified organic by Quality Assurance International. QAI is a professional organic certification service that is internationally recognized. QAI's program is designed to certify every step of the organic chain--from the land on which the product is grown, to the growers, to the post harvest facilities and the final processing and handling facilities. Such diligence provides assurance that the end product is indeed organic and that it complies with state, provincial, national and international organic standards. Products which carry the QAI certification seal convey the confidence of an unbroken 'chain of custody' that all materials and processes have been individually certified as organic.

  • Tea Bag Packaging:
    • 18 ct - 18 tea bags in a box
    • 54 ct - three 18 ct boxes
  • Ingredients: organic honeybush, organic vanilla extract
  • Steeping Instructions: 3-5 minutes at 190-209 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Caffeinated: No
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Love this unusual tea that tastes sweet
August 12, 2014
Reviewer:  Bernice K. 

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This is an unusual tea, but it has a subtle sweetness to it, and a flavor that keeps me coming back. I gave some as a gift to my mom, and she loved it. To me, vanilla & honey are an amazing combination in a tea, with no need to add sweetener.

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3 stars
Honeybush Hay
June 28, 2014
Reviewer:  rosebudmelissa 

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This is an interesting honeybush. It tastes like wood with a hint of hay. It’s a little different than what I’ve been getting from Adagio, and I’m trying to decide if I like it or not. I think it’ll take another cup to make up my mind. However, I didn’t taste the vanilla at all and it definitely loses points for that. If you’re marketing it as a flavored tea, I should be able to taste that flavor.

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I think it's horrible.
May 28, 2014
Reviewer:  SteVac 

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Think of the hay you can find in a stable. Have you ever taken a piece of straw and chew on it... as if to be cool-looking, like a farmer or something? Well, if you like the taste of hay, you'll love this tea.

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5 stars
Excellent Tea to Unwind With
February 20, 2012
Reviewer:  Czarina "Queen of Tealand" 

(CT, USA)

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This is a very relaxing, slightly sweet herbal tea. The vanilla flavor and scent are present but not overpowering, and it blends well with the natural sweetness of the honeybush. So far I've only had it as hot tea, but I imagine that it will be tasty iced as well.

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Amazing
October 28, 2011
Reviewer:  Serafina Butterfly 

(Highland, IL)

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I had this tea at a restaurant and it was amazing I can't wait to get my order. I drink a lot of tea and this is the best tea I have ever had. Please give it a try.

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