A 1-pound bag of loose leaf (Healing Honeysuckle)

Healing Honeysuckle Pound Bag - 190 servings

Regular price $99.00
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LIGHT. TONIC. FRAGRANT.

An echinacea tonic meets a fragrant jasmine breeze.

“Super excited I decided to try this! It’s like my best memory of every typical herb tea (chamomile, mint, orange, echinacea) with the edge taken off each of those by harmonious blending into something that tastes familiar and comforting, but evolved a step further in a wonderfully mellow way. Not too flowery or overpowered by any single flavor. Well done!”
– David (Healing Honeysuckle 9ct Tea Bags)

This massive, 1-pound bag of loose leaf will make you over 190 servings of tea, 1 teaspoon at a time. If you brew batches of concentrate, you’ll be able to make over 300 servings! This bag is an excellent path suited best for the truly tea-obsessed.

Keep the bag sealed tight in a dry place and your loose leaf will be fresh and delicious for years!

Ingredients: Orange Rind, Echinacea, Red Rooibos, Ginger, Blackberry Leaf, Holy Basil, Licorice Root, Jasmine Blossom, Lemongrass, Spearmint, Chamomile
Caffeine Free!
Brew at 212 degrees for 7 minutes

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Kelly Benson
Five Stars

I wrote an extensive review on Healing Honeysuckle in the jar. That jar is nearly empty and I am awaiting my llb bag to arrive in the mail. This tea is one I never want to run out of. I hope to always have a jar of brewed concentrate in my refrigerator. I also bought a Tisane Tumbler to brew on the go.
It really is that good! Tied as my favorite with Briar Patch Brew.

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Kelly Benson
Five Stars

I wrote an extensive review on Healing Honeysuckle in the jar. That jar is nearly empty and I am awaiting my llb bag to arrive in the mail. This tea is one I never want to run out of. I hope to always have a jar of brewed concentrate in my refrigerator. I also bought a Tisane Tumbler to brew on the go.
It really is that good! Tied as my favorite with Briar Patch Brew.