April 2019 – Featuring Levitating Lemon

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After a wondrous, at times brutal, winter up here in Northern Michigan, spring has finally sprung in glorious fashion. The snow is mostly gone, and though damp snowflakes still occasionally tumble down, blue skies have definitely returned, and the promise of growth and new blossoms is apparent on softening winds and longer days. Earth Day is here and Mother’s Day fast approaches.
In the spirit of renewal that all these things so gloriously represent, we offer Levitating Lemon, a delicious green tea infused with the fruits and herbs promised by this cyclical thawing. Nourishing and wonderful, it is its own celebration, served in a cup and ready to bring joy.

April’s Featured Tea 
“Levitating Lemon”

Spring time! We’re all shaking off the remnants of cold and snow and preparing for the return of growth and warmth and sunshine! No better way to get in that groove than our invigorating, delicious blend Levitating Lemon.  Levitating Lemon 100% Organic Ingredients:  
Green tea, Yerba Mate, Lemon Balm, Lemon peel, Lemongrass.

Blender’s Notes:  This is the “super lemon-y green tea: that everyone’s been asking for. Sencha steamed green tea base, with the added “pick-‘r’ upper” qualities that accompany Yerba Mate and the essential oil from the lemon peel. .

Click here to order a 50+ serving tin online!
Remember when ordering loose teas, that there are approximately 200 servings per pound (or that 1 oz. of loose leaf tea or tisane makes 15-25 servings).  And yes, you can buy pounds of this delicious blend!! Stock up!

  Click this link to purchase a full pound!


      EDUCATIONAL INFO FOR “LEVITATING LEMON”:

Green Tea: Loaded with polyphenols, green teas are less processed than Oolong and Black Teas, and filled with fresh flavor.

Yerba Mate: A species of holly loaded with polyphenols and containing the stimulant matteine.

Lemon Balm:  A perennial herb from the mint family, the leaves of which have a mild lemon aroma, and often used for digestive problems.

Lemon Peel:  Chock full of Vitamin C, Vitamin A, beta carotene, folate, calcium, magnesium, and potassium. Zesty too!

Lemon Grass:  A culinary herb also used for medicinal properties, said to help with headaches and lethargy.

MEDICAL DISCLAIMER  The information contained in this website or in any of our literature is not presented as medical advice, nor should it be used as a substitute with a qualified and licensed physician. Although much of the information can be found in sources cited in the Tea Association of America’s brochures, on the U.S Dept. of Agriculture’s website, and in many cited independent studies, much of the investigation related to Tea and Tisanes has, unfortunately, not been thoroughly evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration to date. Our products are not designed to treat, cure, diagnose or prevent any specific diseases, and therefore any information contained herein is not to be read as a specific remedy or intended to guarantee any specific result. We are not responsible for any adverse effects or consequences resulting from the use of our products or any of the suggestions or procedures discussed within. If you have specific food allergies or aversions, please note all ingredients contained in each of our organic and gluten free products. As noted above, all matters pertaining to your health and well-being should be discussed with your licensed medical physician. Thank you.

 

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One day snow recedes,
Birds and branches all awake,
Spring dance in green tea.Tea Haiku #7 – tp
HoursEarly Spring
 
Until Memorial Day, our  store hours will remain Fri & Sat 10-5.

There are those who love to get dirty and fix things. They drink coffee at dawn, beer after work. And those who stay clean, just appreciate things. At breakfast they have milk and juice at night. There are those who do both, they drink tea.

-Gary Snyder

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