30g / 1.06 oz Package
The traditional tea of Northern Canada
Known to many as Muskeg Tea, this tea is enjoyed around campfires throughout the north. Many people use this tea when they have a cough or cold. Ours is hand-picked in the Northern Saskatchewan Wilderness.
This tea steeps with an abundance of flavour and aroma. The herbs' smell is reminiscent of dry cedar and fresh pine, with notes of spice and mild eucalyptus. The flavour is like sweet green pine, finishes with notes of white tea, and has a light honey mouth-feel. The liquor has a clear golden honey hue with small sediment from the natural leaf fuzz.
Caffeine free, wild picked, Labrador tea is a traditional drink of First Nations. It was traditionally used for early treatment of coughs and colds, or just enjoyed around the campfire. It is high in vitamin C and has analgesic properties.