the harvest is a time to gather
and to give thanks...
Warming spices are a comforting addition (tasty too!) to teas,
tonics and syrups for additional immune support.
"An open home, an open heart, Here grows a bountiful Harvest."
- Judy Hand
Our heartfelt Thanks for your patronage these past 15 years.
Gene & Alicia Frosini
Sambucus nigra (native to Europe) +
Sambucus canadensis (found in the Eastern U.S.)
The flowers and berries blend well with cinnamon,turmeric, and astragulus root or echinacea root for additional immune enhancing properties.
Member of the ginger family Elettaria cardamomum
A warming spice that gives a warm sweetness both to coffee as well as spiced tea or Chai masala.
C. verum or Ceylon cinnamon
(a true cinnamon)
Cassia species includes Vietamese and Korinje cinnamon. The three types vary in aroma and flavor and all have their place in baking and adding to your favorite teas.
This month, we are featuring blends with cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, cloves, and black pepper.
All are organic and fair-trade teas.
Blend of organic cinnamon, turmeric, ginger, anise, cardamom, cloves,and black pepper as well as black tea.
A spicy, aromatic blend of green tea with cinnamon, cardamom, fennel, and ginger.
A spicy, aromatic blend of black tea, with cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, cloves, and black pepper.
Tea blends with elderberry include:
Mixed Berry Black
An organic Assam blended with elderberry, hibiscus and raisins for added health benefits.
An enchanting herbal rooibos with elderberries, rosehips, currants, lavender and rose petals.