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Tea Tycoons Award Winner

We did it!

In March 2021, the World Tea Virtual Summit announced the Langkloof Honeybush Company as the winner of the Tea Tycoon award in the Green/Sustainability category, edging out 9 semi-finalists and 70 entrants from around the world! We were commended as “a business that focuses on meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs,” and earned ourselves a booth at The World Tea Expo 2021 in June 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. We couldn’t be prouder of the positive response we received.

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We work with farmers to enable them to produce regenerative agricultural products. We build companies to process these products, and bring high-quality regenerative ingredients to markets. We make sure everyone along the value chain — not only farmers — works together to fairly distribute the burden of risk. We supply customers with a selection of regeneratively produced tea, herbs, spices and oils.

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Rural economies depend on their natural resources. The farmers we work with operate in ecosystems that are degraded — not only does their own soil need to be restored, but so do the natural areas surrounding them.

Baviaanskloof Landscape


The Baviaanskloof is a remote and breathtaking landscape. A drive into the area is an immersion into wide and wild nature; many of the plants here occur nowhere else on the planet. It is also home to a very special community of people.

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Langkloof Landscape


The Langkloof is situated along the R62, a scenic route in the Eastern Cape of South Africa. This is a geographically varied region, inhabited by diverse communities who either live in small towns, or tucked away along winding dirt roads.

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Simalaha Landscape, Zambia


The Simalaha is a wildlife corridor connecting the Chobe and Kafue protected areas between Botswana and southern Zambia. Elephants once roamed freely in this area, but wildlife has now largely disappeared. Efforts to restore a corridor for animals to migrate across borders again are underway.

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