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The aroma is a combination of spruce wood and dried ginseng and the liquid is a cloudy sunny yellow. The blend infuses with jammy notes from the rose hip, and has a savory, dry bitter mouth feel with hints of liquorice root, roasted cauliflower and dandelion.
Indigenous people used these herbs to provide stamina during extended hunting excursions. The Woodland Cree call sarsaparilla rabbit root, and it is rumored to awaken certain urges. Great either hot or iced, this tea gives a gentle boost rather than the harsh spikes of caffeine.
Sustainably hand-picked in the Northern Saskatchewan Wilderness by local Indigenous folks.
30 g package (loose leaf)
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Indigenous owned and operated, Boreal Heartland is proud to bring thousands year old tea and cuisine culture to the world. All herbs are sustainably harvested from the beautiful boreal forest in Northern Saskatchewan.