The elderberry plant was well known to the native people of North America. The edible berries were used for medicine and dyes for basketry, while the plant stems and branches were used for arrow shafts, flutes, whistles, clapper sticks, and folk medicine.
Popularized by Queen Victoria, English Breakfast is a hearty black tea blend which is complemented by milk and sugar.
Black Tea blend with a distinctive flavor and aroma derived from the addition of oil extracted from the rind of the bergamot orange, a fragrant citrus fruit. Earl Grey was introduced in England in the early 1800's, having been presented by an envoy on hi
Lightly roasted and tightly rolled green tea originally named due to its similar appearance to actual gunpowder. Refreshing lemon and light vegetable flavor of green tea- an excellent green tea for everyday brewing.
Black tea complemented with citrus and cinnamon
Colonial Remedies Tea No. 5 is Ginger. Ginger is not only used as a spice for foods, but is commonly employed to aid in digestion, and to calm the stomach*. Ginger root brings warmth and comfort to the body and lungs with the fragrant spice that can be ea
Colonial Remedies Tea No. 4 is chamomile, a calming herb. These flower blossoms create a bright yellow tea with a soft and warm taste of apples that can calm the mind and body from occasional tension and stress*. This caffeine-free tea is commonly sipped