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    Best Herbal Tea For a Sweet Tooth

    The Best Herbal Tea For a Sweet Tooth

    We all know that herbal tea is good for you but sometimes they can taste rather nasty. Often herbal teas can be bitter (like green tea if it’s left to steep too long) or very bland with not much taste at all. Some herbal teas have a peculiar taste. I personally don’t like peppermint because of this. Chamomile for me tends to be bland. There are so many herbal teas out there that there really is one for everyone – even for children. Here is a healthy herbal tea that has a sweet taste for people who like a bit of sweetness with their tea without resorting to sugar or an artificial sweetener.

    • Honeybush tea is only grown in South Africa where it is very popular and people have been drinking it for generations. Maybe you’ve heard of Rooibos Tea which is from the same region.
    • It has no caffeine and very little tannin but it is rich in antioxidants, so it’s a great tea to have on hand in your kitchen. It’s a soothing drink anytime of the day or night.
    • Honeybush is a particularly healthy herbal tea as it has nine of the fourteen minerals that are essential to our health. It’s not often that you can find a drink that tastes good and is good for you too.
    • It is good for people with any digestive ailments and for heart problems because there are no stimulants in honeybush. So, for example, it could be a good tea to have after a meal.
    • It is sweeter than other teas so it’s a great tea for people who need to reduce their sugar intake as it is naturally sweet so it’s a great addition to a weight loss regime. The flowers of the honeybush have a distinct scent of honey and this herbal tea is harvested during the flowering season.
    • Even though it’s an herbal tea, it even tastes good with milk, but it tastes good on its own too. People usually drink it hot but it makes a great summer drink served cold with ice and lemon.
    • Children love it because honeybush tastes good and it’s sweet, as the name implies. Especially in the hot weather, children want lots to drink and this a far better alternative than soda.
    • It is particularly popular in Japan, Germany and Switzerland where people people are very interested in drinks that are healthy. You can usually get it in your supermarket in the tea section.

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