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Tea made from the infusion or decoction of herbs, spices or other plant material in hot water.
A tea made using different formulas, depending on the region where it is being consumed.
A tea of the most delicate type; they are not oxidized.
A tea often compared to the taste and aroma of fresh flowers or fresh fruit, they undergo partial oxidation.
A tea that is pale in color and slightly bitter in flavor; they are not oxidized.
A tea of the most usual type; they usually undergo full oxidation.
A light amber honey from numerous species of late summer blooming Aster flowers. Very herbal with notes of Thyme and Eucalyptus.
Taken from the tiny white flowers of the blueberry bush, the nectar makes a honey which is typically light amber or amber in color and with a full, well-rounded flavor.
Sage honey can come from many different species of the sage plant. Sage honey has a mild, delicate flavor. It is generally white or water- white in color.
Orange Blossom honey is a combination of citrus floral sources from Oranges and nearby Grapefruit or even Lime and Lemon trees.
Despite its name, the Sourwood tree has a sweet, spicy, anise aroma and flavor. The honey has been highly valued for cooking applications such as glazes, and can have a lingering aftertaste.
Buckwheat plants bloom quite early and yield a dark brown honey of strong, distinct flavor. Buckwheat has excellent application for sauces and baked goods.
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