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Botanicals

  • Commonly used by Do It Yourself home tea blenders, catnip, nepata cataria, can be brewed to produce an herbal tea that has a calming and relaxing effect on humans. Combine it with chamomile to increase the calming effect.

    Catnip

    Commonly used by Do It Yourself home tea blenders, catnip, nepata cataria, can be brewed to produce an herbal tea that has a calming and relaxing effect on humans. Combine it with chamomile to increase the calming effect.  Ingredients: Dried Catnip

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  • Chicory root is used in roasted ground form as a substitute for, or additive to, coffee. Native to Europe, it was brought to North America in the 1700s and is now well established across the continent but during the American Civil War, Louisianans looked to adding chicory root to their coffee when Union naval blockades cut off the port of New Orleans. With shipments coming to a halt, desperate New Orleanians looking for their coffee fix began mixing things with coffee to stretch out the supply. Hence, the invention of Chicory Coffee.

    Chicory Root

    Chicory root is used in roasted ground form as a substitute for, or additive to, coffee. Native to Europe, it was brought to North America in the 1700s and is now well established across the continent but during the American Civil War, Louisianans looked...

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  • The practice of using roasted dandelion root to produce a coffee-like beverage first gained popularity in the mid-1800s and is still going strong. Dandelion root tea has robust flavor, full body and is naturally sweet because of natural fructose, but is free of acid, bitterness and caffeine.

    Dandelion Root - Roasted

    The practice of using roasted dandelion root to produce a coffee-like beverage first gained popularity in the mid-1800s and is still going strong. Dandelion root tea has robust flavor, full body and is naturally sweet because of natural fructose, but is...

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  • We source these Super Blue Lavender Flowers from France where they grow both wild and cultivated in the rocky soil of the mountainous Provence region. The petite, blue to violet-colored flowers, which have a sweet, herbaceous scent, have numerous sweet and savory culinary applications. Lavender pairs well with lamb and makes a tasty flavoring for ice cream. Other food affinities include apple jelly, butter, cream, custard, dark chocolate, honey, sugar, tea and vinegar.

    French Lavender

    We source these Super Blue Lavender Flowers from France where they grow both wild and cultivated in the rocky soil of the mountainous Provence region. The petite, blue to violet-colored flowers, which have a sweet, herbaceous scent, have numerous sweet...

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  • Sourced from North Africa, these hibiscus flowers are full flavored and have a rosy, tart flavor. Preferred over whole hibiscus for tea use.

    Hibiscus

    Sourced from North Africa, these hibiscus flowers are full flavored and have a rosy, tart flavor. Preferred over whole hibiscus for tea use.   Ingredients: Hibiscus Flowers

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  • Used by ancient Greeks and Romans to alter the flavor of wine, lemon balm has a delicate lemony flavor. Use to sweeten jam, jellies, as an addition to salad, and as a flavoring for various fish and poultry dishes (and even liqueurs). It is also often used as a tea ingredient to add a crisp citrusy flavor.

    Lemon Balm

    Used by ancient Greeks and Romans to alter the flavor of wine, lemon balm has a delicate lemony flavor. Use to sweeten jam, jellies, as an addition to salad, and as a flavoring for various fish and poultry dishes (and even liqueurs). It is also often...

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