Cloudberry - Arpiqutik - Tea Bags 20ct
Sarsaparilla root, fenugreek seeds, carob, cloudberry leaves, roasted chicory root, cinnamon bark, maté roasted leaf
Cloudberry is the fruit of choice for the Inuit. However, the leaves are one of the best-known teas for the Inuit of Nunavik. It is a small plant of the rose family (Rosaceae). Cloudberry strew around wet and swampy areas and often consist of two leafs decorated with its large white flower. This is a great source of vitamin C and therefore very beneficial to our immune system and wellbeing. Cloudberries are also packed with iron, omega-3 and omega-6 acids, they help eliminate excess salt, toxins and even fat from the body. Aside from the Vitamin C, there are also powerful phytosterols and carotenoids, not to mention the amazing effects of ellagic acid which has been linked to reducing the occurrence of cancer, slowing the aging process, reducing the appearance of wrinkles, and lowering the chances of contracting chronic disease.
We have formulated Cold Chaser to be appealing in taste and yet soothing and effective as a cold remedy. There is a lovely sweetness from the variety of fruit which is the predominant taste.
Ginger pieces, cinnamon, orange pieces, lemon grass, liquorice root, eucalyptus, cloves, basil, parsley, peppermint, cardamom, black peppercorn, caraway seeds, valerian, yarrow flowers, oregano
Crowberry - Paurnagaqutik - Tea Bags 20ct
Hibiscus flowers, lemongrass herb, birch leaves, crowberry leaves, natural flavours, juniper berries, citric acid, cinnamon bark, red poppy flowers, star anise, licorice root, cloves
Crowberry is a small creeping plant riddled with linear leaves, the Inuit harvest the juicy black crowberry berries in the fall. An excellent source of manganese, copper, and vitamin C, although the crowberry provides the third largest harvest of all berries (after blueberries and lingonberries) it is almost unknown outside the arctic regions.
FTGFOP1 - 2nd Flush - Top quality 2nd flush black tea offering a delicate muscatel aroma from the Castleton Estate in Darjeeling, India. With its vary even, fine tippy leaf and brisk flavour, this tea offers a mildly spicy and strong character.
Indian black tea