teas the season
-This month's featured teas-
Sugar Plum - Flavored Black Tea
Organic, seasonal Ceylon tea with fruit and delicate flower petals. The perfect cup to bask in the glow of the holiday season.
Raspberry Green - Green Tea
Organic green Sencha; a delicious and colorful tea for the season with all the healthy antioxidants of Sencha green tea and raspberry fruit.
Winter Lift - Herbal Blend
Organic blend with a lemony lift and added hibiscus and elderberries to chase away the winter woes.
Nutcracker - Red Tea
A marzipan flavored rooibos with a festive touch; contains almonds.
Warming Crimson Berry - Fruit Blend
Organic cranberry, hibiscus, and a touch of cayenne. Warms the body and soothes the soul.
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HOLIDAY SPICED NUTS
This recipe is a family favorite that is salty, savory, sweet and irresistible to all. (Don't leave it out before your guests arrive or your spouse may gobble it up.) It also makes a thoughtful and delicious gift along with one of our seasonal teas.
1 Cup raw -or- roasted pecans (unsalted)
1 Cup raw -or- roasted cashews (unsalted)
2 tsp. salt
1 tsp. chili powder
1/2 tsp. crushed red pepper
1/4 tsp. cinnamon
fresh cracked pepper to taste
2 tsp. coconut aminos -or- tamari -or- soy sauce
2 tbsp. + 2 tsp. fresh rosemary (chopped)
2 tbsp. olive oil
2 tbsp. agave -or- honey -or- maple syrup
Combine nuts in a bowl. Combine dry ingredients listed in Group 1 (salt through pepper) in a small bowl. Add everything from Group 2 to the bowl of nuts and toss well. Add Group 1 (spice mixture) and toss well until evenly coated. Spread out spiced nuts on dehydrator sheets and dehydrate at 105 degrees for 24 hours or until dry and crisp. Alternatively, you can bake at a low temperature of 200 degrees until dry and crisp for less than 1 hour.
Mixed evergreen/floral faux wreath