Adagio Day 15 Honeybush Blueberry Pancake

(So much wtf per cup.)

Staying in? Pajamas on? We have just the tea for you! Juicy blueberries and the yummy taste of maple syrup blended with our naturally sweet Honeybush tea make for a delicious anytime breakfast treat. Settle in and binge watch – Honeybush Blueberry Pancake tea has you covered!

Herbal Tea | No caffeine | Steep at 212° for 5 minutes.

Ingredients & Lore: Blended With Honeybush Tea, Rose Hips, Apple Pieces, Maple Flavor, Blueberries, Natural Blueberry Flavor, Blue Cornflowers & Vanilla Creme Flavor

Want a Sunday morning breakfast on Wednesday? Sip a luxurious cup of Honeybush Blueberry Pancake and offer gratitude that this native North American fruit, the blueberry has survived for centuries to be a favorite snack and addition to pastries, but did you know it helps sharpen the brain and fights disease with plenty of antioxidants? Honeybush Blueberry Pancake’s caffeine-free leaves hold a honeyed fragrance and sweet taste enhanced by the flavoring of maple, a pancake staple. Added to that are vanilla creme, delicate rose hips, apple pieces, and of course, real blueberries.

FYI, 15 Dec 2020 is a Tuesday. And we can eat pancakes anytime. It’s freaking 2020.

I really dislike honeybush. Two cups in a row seems excessive. 

Oh, this smells really good. The blueberry is strong. Real blueberries and natural blueberry flavor. Alrighty. And it smells sweet. 

Steeped the honeybush taste is strong. No me gusto. The maple flavor makes it bearable. 

This would be better as an infusion. I’m not sure these ingredients would work with a black tea base. 

3 out of 5 blueberry pancakes for this one. Mostly for all the ingredients that aren’t honeybush. 

Does it belong in the calendar? Sure. pancakes don’t have a season. 

Do I have anything random to say… I won’t put imitation maple syrup on anything. The real stuff is more expensive, but worth it. 

this little cat thing is from a cut, sew, and stuff sheet of holiday ornaments my mom bought back in like, the late 70’s or early 80’s. As we’ve all grown and left home, we’ve been given old ornaments. I only have 2 or 3 of these cuties.

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