A small cousin of rooibos, it also comes from the Cedarberg region of South Africa and is grown at an altitude of 1000 feet. It owes its name to the smell of honey that gives off its flowers.
It offers an orange liqueur, without theine or caffeine, rich in minerals (potassium, calcium, zinc, manganese or iron). Its slight sweet astringency, with notes of honey, is refreshing and has a flavor reminiscent of apricot jams. The finish is slightly peppery. You can add a little honey to it. Is drunk hot or cold.