Welcome to Herold Meander
We are proud producers of Honeybush Tea and Proteas on our Herold Meander farm situated halfway between George and Oudtshoorn just north of the Outeniqua Mountains. Our indigenous Honeybush tea is a herbal tea that is naturally caffeine-free with very low tannin levels and high antioxidants. The traditional knowledge of Honeybush is closely linked to the Khoikhoi ancestry of the local communities.
Our Honeybush tea is cultivated from seeds in our own nursery. After six months it is planted on southern slope farmlands to naturally grow until it is annually harvested after 2 years.
The Protea plant may appear over many areas south of the Limpopo. However, 92% of the species is only found in the Cape Floral Kingdom, in a narrow belt of mountain coastal land, stretching from Clanwilliam to Grahamstown.
HEROLD MEANDER FARM
Herold Meander is a private black owned and compliant entity for development on portions of private land in Herold that are suitable for Honeybush tea, proteas, aquaculture (rainbow trout) & aquaponics, agro-processing and potentially hemp/cannabis. Herold is a secluded little rural settlement. It is culturally and historically significant and has the potential to establish sustainable rural livelihoods in a picturesque little tourism village situated on a working farm.
Our Herold Meander farm is situated halfway between George and Oudtshoorn and can be accessed either via the scenic and unaltered historic Montagu Pass or via Route 62 or via the Outeniqua Pass. It is situated within the Cape Floral Region that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well as within the Garden Route UNESCO declared Biosphere Reserve.
Kaukou, Montagu Pass Road,
(044) 873 5333