Green Honeybush, orange peels, apricot bits (apricot, rice flour), peach bits (peach, rice flour), candied pineapple bits (pineapple, sugar), candied papaya bits (papaya, sugar), apricot flavor, rose petals. A fruity bouquet dances across your tongue while light citrus and honey tones mingle.
Peach Apricot is made with a green honeybush tea base. Honeybush is a plant that is found in South Africa. The tea is made up of the stems, leaves and flowers of this bush. The honeybush plant is similar to Rooibos and produces a pleasant almost honey like flavor when brewed. The green honeybush are made by just drying the plant. This tea does not go through any fermentation. Honeybush and Rooibos are both naturally caffeine free.
Green honeybush is being sought after for its health benefits. It is said to be higher in anti oxidants ad
trace mineral. The green honeybush is a great alternative for people who are looking for the health benefits of green tea without the caffeine.
Peach Apricot Honeybush is a great tea to use in your daily beauty routine. That’s right! You can make this simple sugar scrub recipe with the tea and enjoy great looking skin. Honeybush has anti- bacterial, microbial, viral, fungal properties it has been known to help clear up problem skin. It contains so many good nutrients for your skin as well as your body. Apricot and peach are gentle on the skin, do not clog pores and help maintain a healthy and natural skin moisture level.
Peach Apricot Honeybush Sugar Scrub
2 Tablespoons white or small grained sugar
3 Tablespoons warm Peach Apricot Honeybush
Make a cup of Peach Apricot Tea. Allow it to cool, until warm.
Stir in sugar, make sure the granules are dissolved (otherwise it could tear the skin)
Apply to face (or body)
Rinse with warm water.
Peach Apricot Honeybush is used in making a traditional South African dish. This dish is called Brown Pudding, and it makes a great dessert!
Peach Apricot Honeybush Brown Pudding
2 cups coconut palm sugar
2 cups flour (or flour substitute)
2 tsp baking powder
2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
3 Tbsp white vinegar
2 Tbsp apricot jam
2 cups milk
1 cup coconut palm sugar
1/4 cup butter
1/2 cup milk
1 cup of strongly brewed Green Rich Tea’s Peach Apricot Green Honeybush tea
. Preheat an oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
. Beat 2 cups sugar and eggs with an electric mixer in a large bowl until light and fluffy. Stir in the flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, vinegar, and apricot jam. Pour in 2 cups of milk and stir until well combined. Spoon the batter into a greased, 2 quart oven-proof baking dish.
. Bake in the preheated oven for 60 to 70 minutes, or until a knife inserted into the center comes out clean. Pierce the baked pudding several times with a skewer or fork.
. For Syrup: Place 1 cup sugar, 1/4 cup butter, 1/2 cup milk, 1 cup tea, and vanilla in a saucepan and stir over medium heat. When the mixture comes to a boil remove it from the heat and slowly pour the mixture over the hot pudding. Serve warm.
Peach Apricot Honeybush is known for it’s many health benefits. In a study published in 2013 by “Nutrients” Honeybush’s phenolic compounds could play a significant role in keeping the immune system protected from stress. This protection could be why honeybush is traditional believed to help relive colds, flu and other viruses and bacterial infections.
Also Honeybush’s phenolic compounds gave evidence toe help regulate inflammation, and inflammation caused by chonic illnesses. In a study published in 2010 by “Chemico-Biological Interactions” honeybush tea was effective in providing short term relief in patients with IBS and Crohn’s.
Just two more reasons to enjoy Peach Apricot Honeybush Iced or Hot!
Peach Apricot Honeybush can help make your night special.
Here is a simple recipe for Peach Apricot Champagne
3 oz champagne or sparkling wine (I prefer a brut)
1 oz sweetened Peach Apricot tea
Make one pot of Peach Apricot Honeybush slightly sweeten it with agave or sugar in the raw.
Allow to cool slightly. Add tea and champagne with a few ice cubes. Garnish with a star anise or raspberry.
History of Honeybush. Honeybush is found on the cape of South Africa. Interest in honey bush is traced back to the Dutch and the British trading companies of the 1600s. Around the early 1700s it became a suitable replacements for regular tea. It wasn’t until after British bought the land from the Dutch (1814) that honey bush really took off. Around the 1880s the King’s American Dispensatory brought honey bush to America.
Water Temperature: 212°F
Serving: 3.5 Teaspoon per 10 ounce of hot water
1. Place tea leaves in a tea pot.
2. Pour hot water into the tea pot.
3. Steep for 5 min.