tea honey

Honey has long been a source for sweetening a variety of foods and beverages for over 10,000 years. The sweet nectar has also been used for medicinal purposes, served as currency, and been a symbol in many religious and cultural celebrations. Each offers the promise of making your cup of tea just a little bit sweeter. Glass jars. Made in the USA.

5 Honeys

photo of raw honey - black teas
LeeAnn Townsend's
raw honey - black teas
Known for its recognizable aroma, this Orange Blossom honey is dense and richly sweet.
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Chris Maxwell's
raw honey - green teas
Our Raw Honey for Green tea is a specially selected variety of Goldenrod Honey.
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Mark Bedillion's
raw honey - fruit tisanes
Produced from the nectar of the Black Locust plant.
photo of raw honey - garden herbals
Mark Bedillion's
raw honey - garden herbals
Our Raw Garden Herbals Honey has been specially selected to pair with our more herbaceous tisanes.
photo of raw honey - rooibos
Chris Maxwell's
raw honey - rooibos
Our Raw Honey for Rooibos is produced from the nectar of Japanese Knotweed.