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Honey is, of course, a natural sweetener. And as such, it is a "natural thing" to add into a tea. Of course, honey can be added into any tea. However, many teas today come with a "built-in" honey taste, for lack of a better word. This "built-in" taste arises due to infusions that tea manufacturers put into the tea, usually through the form of various natural honey flavors.

Now, this "built-in" honey taste is great news for people like myself who have an incurable sweet tooth. But even tea purists, who despise sweet teas, may from time to time enjoy honey with their tea too.

Listed below are links to reviews on this site of various teas that either have a taste, or are supposed to have a taste, of honey.

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Tea: History, Terroirs, Varieties : Tea is a comprehensive guide to non-herbal tea, the plant Camellia sinensis. Concise and authoritative text and an abundance of color photographs take the reader on an escorted tour of the world's tea-growing countries.
 


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