cranberry harvestLeaves changing colors. Daylight savings time. Crisp mornings. cranberry harvest tea. Some of my favorite things about fall.

Well… the fall harvest has arrived.

Cranberry has long been a symbol of the coming of winter in the North because it is harvested after the first frost. Enjoy the festive ruby color and bright flavor of the tea as a reward for weathering the cold! Try it hot by the fireplace or iced and add it to your favorite lemonade for a cooling treat. Our tins overflow with cranberries, apples, hibiscus, orange peel, rosehips, and elderberries to give you the perfect dose of fall in a cup.

Our cranberry harvest tea is now available. Stock up before it’s too late.

image courtesy of: Bruce Foster (flickr: creative commons)


trouble sleeping?

October 13, 2010

loose chamomile teaAre you tossing and turning at night? Do you leave the tv on to stop your mind from racing? Have you found yourself thinking about tomorrow before it arrives?

Our chamomile fruit herbal tea is your evening reprise. We started with the finest chamomile, and added just the right amount of citrus to create a deep yellow infusion that is calming and balanced. It is naturally caffeine free and an excellent bedtime tea!

So… boil the water, add the tea, and get some zzz’s.

Night. Night.