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Essential Oils
Cedarwood

Cedarwood has been used as a pesticide to prevent moths from eating clothing, but it is also been found to be useful for acne treatment, pain relief, stress & anxiety relief, to improve quality of sleep, hair growth and also has anti-bacterial properties. 


This premium quality essential oil is packaged in a beautiful amber glass bottle with a euro-dropper style child safety cap.

$6.00
Clove

Clove has traditionally been used for easing digestive upset, relieving pain, and helping with respiratory conditions. Research has shown it may also be beneficial for dental and topical applications, for treating infections, and even fighting cancer.  


This premium quality essential oil is packaged in a beautiful amber glass bottle with a euro-dropper style child safety cap.

$10.00
Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus is traditionally known to relief congestion, as well as muscle and joint pain. 


This premium quality essential oil is packaged in a beautiful amber glass bottle with a euro-dropper style child safety cap.

$6.00
Frankincense

Frankincense is known as one of the most useful of oils. It has traditionally been used as an anti-inflammatory that may help reduce joint pain caused by arthritis. Additionally, it may improve gut function and asthma, and assist in oral health as well as potentially containing anticancer properties.


This premium quality essential oil is packaged in a beautiful amber glass bottle with a euro-dropper style child safety cap.


$8.00
Geranium

Geranium essential oil has been used to treat health conditions for centuries. There is scientific data indicating that it may be beneficial for a number of conditions, such as anxiety, depression, infection, and pain management. It's thought to have antibacterial, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties.


This premium quality essential oil is packaged in a beautiful amber glass bottle with a euro-dropper style child safety cap.

$14.00
Grapefruit

Grapefruit essential oil is traditionally known to help with everything from reducing blood pressure and providing stress relief to treating and protecting your skin. 


This premium quality essential oil is packaged in a beautiful amber glass bottle with a euro-dropper style child safety cap.



$10.00
Lavender

Lavender essential oil is one of the most popular and versatile essential oils. The oil promotes relaxation and believed to treat anxiety, fungal infections, allergies, depression, insomnia, eczema, nausea, and menstrual cramps. 


This premium quality essential oil is packaged in a beautiful amber glass bottle with a euro-dropper style child safety cap.


$14.00
Lavender 40/42

This essential oil is the most common choice for handcrafting soaps, candles, perfume, and cosmetics. The “40/42” refers to the balance of Linalool and Linalyl acetate esters, which is what gives it such a consistent floral scent but also means it is standardized.  For this reason some aromatherapists regard this oil as something that is not considered 'therapeutic grade" or "pure grade" since it is does not come directly from the plant in this form.  Instead this oil is standardized in a lab to ensure consistency in smell. It also has a balsamic woody undertone with a floral, herbaceous fresh scent. 


This premium quality essential oil is packaged in a beautiful amber glass bottle with a euro-dropper style child safety cap.


$6.00
Lemon

Lemon essential oil has traditionally been used to fight exhaustion, help with depression, clear your skin, kills harmful viruses and bacteria, and reduces inflammation. 


This premium quality essential oil is packaged in a beautiful amber glass bottle with a euro-dropper style child safety cap.

$6.00
Lemongrass

Lemongrass oil has been used by healthcare providers to treat digestive problems and high blood pressure. It has many other potential health benefits, too. In fact, lemongrass essential oil is a popular tool in aromatherapy to help relieve stress, anxiety, and depression.


This premium quality essential oil is packaged in a beautiful amber glass bottle with a euro-dropper style child safety cap. 

$6.00
Lime

The active chemical components in lime essential oil contribute to its reputed benefits of being invigorating, cleansing, and purifying. These constituents make it ideal for use in cosmetics, aromatherapy, massage, and home cleaning products to purify the air as well as surfaces.  


This premium quality essential oil is packaged in a beautiful amber glass bottle with a euro-dropper style child safety cap.

$8.00
Orange

Orange essential oil has a range of benefits ranging from lifting your mood and reducing stress to relieving an upset stomach. It is also known to create skin disorders, such as acne and also has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties making it a good candidate for a cleaner, not to mention the pleasant scent! Also used to flavor a variety of foods and beverages. 


 This premium quality essential oil is packaged in a beautiful amber glass bottle with a euro-dropper style child safety cap.


$4.00
Patchouli

Patchouli has been used traditionally for treating skin disorders, such as dermatitis, acne or dry cracked skin, to ease symptoms of colds, headaches, and stomach upset, relieve depression, provide feelings of relaxation, reducing stress and anxiety, helping with oily or dandruff hair, and controlling appetite. 


This premium quality essential oil is packaged in a beautiful amber glass bottle with a euro-dropper style child safety cap.

 

$10.00
Peppermint

Peppermint oil is traditionally used for topical use (applied to the skin) for problems like headache, muscle aches, joint pain, and itching. In aromatherapy, peppermint oil is promoted for treating coughs and colds, reducing pain, improving mental function, and reducing stress.


This premium quality essential oil is packaged in a beautiful amber glass bottle with a euro-dropper style child safety cap.

$6.00
Rosemary

Peppermint is known to stimulate hair growth, reduce pain, soothe inflammation, eliminate headaches, strengthen the immune system, and condition hair to make it look and feel healthy, as well as provide improvement to cognitive function, such as memory.


This premium quality essential oil is packaged in a beautiful amber glass bottle with a euro-dropper style child safety cap.

$6.00
Tea Tree

Tea tree oil is believed to be antibacterial andl is commonly used to treat acne, athlete's foot, lice, nail fungus and insect bites.  


This premium quality essential oil is packaged in a beautiful amber glass bottle with a euro-dropper style child safety cap.

$6.00
Herbal Blends
Butter Blend

Think about this amazing blend of rosemary, thyme, savory, fennel, basil, lavender, marjoram & roasted garlic in melted butter! Then let your imagination be your limit... steak, chicken, pork, seafood, veggies, bread or pasta! Create yumminess!!

$5.00
Herbal Bread Blend

Savor the taste of Italy as you dip your bread into this marvel! Created with parsley, roasted garlic, oregano, basil, red pepper flakes, rosemary & kosher sea salt. Add this blend to a nice olive oil and it will likely become one of your very favorites as it transports you to the lands of Tuscany!

$5.00
Herbs & Spices
Agrimony

Agrimony contains several active compounds, including ellagitannins, flavonoids, phytosterols and polysaccharides. Due to its bitter and astringent qualities, the herb is usually prepared as tea or applied topically to counter acne, rashes and other skin conditions.

$3.00
Alfalfa Leaf

Alfalfa is a perennial that resembles clover, which flowers into clusters of small, purple flowers. Alfalfa is used for a variety of purposes, from pet supplements to human medicine. Alfalfa has a reputation as a good "all-around" herb due to (relatively) high vitamin and mineral content.

$3.00
Allspice Berries

Allspice's name comes from its smell, which is reminiscent of a combination of clove, cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg. Central American allspice produces a larger-sized berry than Jamaican allspice, similar in size to small blueberries. It is suitable for mulling blends, pickling mixes, potpourri, and crafts (such as pomanders).

$4.00
Angelica

Angelica root is traditionally chewed on or brewed into a tea for the immune system. Roots sometimes used in making absinthe.

$5.00
Anise Seed

True anise seeds (also spelled aniseed), not to be confused with star anise. These small, brown seeds are about 3-4mm in length. Anise seeds have a characteristic, licorice-like flavor.

$3.00
Annattto (achiote) Seed

Whole annatto seeds, also known as achiote, bija, or routou. Primarily used to impart a yellowish-orange color to dishes, annatto has a slightly nutty, sweet, and peppery taste.

$2.00
Ashwagandha Root

Ashwagandha is a well-known herb in Ayurveda (traditional Indian medicine), where it is reputed to assist in strengthening the immune system, restoring and replenishing energy, and as an adaptogen to adapt to and resist stress.

$4.00
Astragalus Root

Used in both traditional Chinese medicine and western herbal medicine, primarily to boost the body's immune system.

$4.00
Barbeque Spice Rub

A blend of chili, sugar, paprika, black pepper, cumin, garlic, onion and mustard that is spicy, salty, and lightly sweet and has hints of garlic, onion, and hickory smoke.

$2.00
Basil

We offer a California basil, which is greener and sweeter than most imported basils. This is the typical type of basil used in Mediterranean, Asian, and numerous other world cuisines.

$3.00
Bay Leaves

True bay leaf, not to be confused with California bay leaf (which is more mentholated). Commonly used in European and North American cuisine for soups, stews, meats, seafood, and vegetable dishes. Also used in Indian cuisine for biryani and many salads. Generally not recommended for stringing projects, as leaves are somewhat brittle and some leaves may be discolored or broken.

$3.00
Bay Spice Blend

This blend of celery salt, mustard, red pepper, black pepper, bay leaves, cloves, allspice, ginger, mace, cardamom, cinnamon, paprika is a match to Old Bay Seasoning. Mainly used for crab cakes, deviled eggs, crab boil and breaded chicken. Great in traditional potato salad. Provides that classic Chesapeake flavor of salty celery, hot spices and sweet spice aromatics.

$2.00
Bergamot

Fragrant, tart and distinctive, bergamot is a highly aromatic fruit similar in size to oranges and similar to limes in color. Like other citrus fruits, bergamot orange peels are used in several culinary applications, specifically brewing and distilling. Bergamot peels are also a key ingredient in popular tea flavors such as Earl Grey.

$20.00
Black Pepper (Long Pepper)

1 inch long dried catkin (fruit cluster) with a peppery, hot, earthly flavor with spice and floral notes. Break in half and add to soups and sauces, grind in a mill, or crush with a mortar and pestle. Sometimes called Javanese long pepper, Indian long pepper, or Indonesian long pepper. It is a close relative of the black pepper plant.

$4.00
Blessed Thistle

Also known as Holy Thistle, sometimes called Cursed Thistle. A component in Bitters formulas; not considered edible due to bitterness of leaves.

$3.00
Boldo Leaf

Boldo is a aromatic leaf from South America that is used in Chile like bay leaves are normally used in the USA or mixed with yerba mate to moderate its flavor. The leaf has also traditionally been used in liqueurs and bitters, and in folk medicine for digestive disorders, constipation and various diseases.

$4.00
Buckwheat Hullls

Light-weight, dark brown, small flakes (hulls) of the buckwheat grain. Buckwheat hulls are sturdy, non-aromatic, and do not retain heat, which makes them a good allergy-free filler for pillows and upholstery. Our buckwheat hulls are cleaned and sorted to be 99% dust free.

$2.00
Burdock Root

Most commonly used as a tea, and best stored in a cool, dry place. Burdock is one of the ingredients in the Essiac blend. Before starting any medicinal regimen with herbs, please seek professional advice from a licensed doctor or herbal practitioner.

$3.00
Cacao Nibs

Guittard cacao nibs (also referred to as cocoa) are pieces of roasted cacao bean that have a subtle dark chocolate flavor.

$3.00
Calendula Petals

These flower petals, also known as marigolds, are ideal for tea blending. Calendula is often used in lotions and oils to keep the skin smooth and soft, and in teas and tinctures for relief from skin inflammation and irritation. More scientific evidence is needed to rate the effectiveness of calendula for these uses. They are also a great crafting product for items such as soaps and candles.

$3.00
Caraway Seed

Caraway seed has a pungent, anise-like flavor. Often used as a spice to flavor breads, especially ryes, as well as in soups, potatoes, borscht, and European cuisine. Also referred to as Meridian Fennel or Persian Cumin.

$2.00
Cardamom Pods Green

Fancy whole green cardamom pods. Cardamom has a strong, unique taste with an intensely aromatic fragrance. Cardamom is generally one of the most expensive spices, along with vanilla and saffron, due to its labor intensive harvest.  

$12.00
Cardamom Seed

Just cardamom seeds, not in pods, this is also called decorticated (shelled) cardamom. Cardamom has a unique, strong, mentholated flavor with an intensely aromatic fragrance. Cardamom is generally one of the most expensive spices, along with vanilla and saffron, due to its labor intensive harvest.

$11.00
Cascara Sagrada Bark

Our cascara sagrada has been aged at least a year, and is traditionally used for its laxative properties. Green moss and grey lichen are often a normal and regular feature of cascara bark. Recommended for use under supervision of qualified herbal practitioner.

$4.00
Catnip

The catnip plant is a perennial that resembles mint, and product is harvested, cut, dried, and sifted pieces of the catnip plant (leaf, buds, stem, and seeds). The principal constituent of catnip is nepetalactone, which is what makes cats respond to catnip. Not all cats, however, are attracted to, or enjoy, catnip.

$3.00
Celery Salt

A blend of granulated celery seed and salt. Celery salt is a great ingredient to have on hand for Bloody Marys, coleslaw, deviled eggs, tuna salad, or any dish you may wish to add a salty dash of celery.

$2.00
Celery Seed

Celery seed has a strong celery like flavor and aroma, with a faint hint of spiciness. Good for potato salads, vegetables, soups, etc.

$2.00
Chamomile

Chamomile is one of the most ancient medicinal herbs known to mankind and is recognized the world over as a soothing, sleep-aiding herbal tea. It also has been historically used to soothe irritated or inflamed skin.

One whiff of this will tell you... this isn't just any ol' chamomile, this is the best!

$4.00
Chaparral Leaf

Cut leaves from the creosote bush (known as chaparral when used for natural health). Traditionally used for its antioxidant and hepatic properties. The FDA has issued warnings about the health hazards of ingesting creosote bush (chaparral), and discourages its use internally. Before starting any medicinal regimen with herbs, we recommend seeking advice from a licensed doctor or herbal practitioner.

$3.00
Chili Flakes

A blend of hot and mild chili flakes that are rated at about 35,000 heat on the Scoville scale. Commonly used for sprinkling on pizza, for pickling spices, and adding to sauces, soups, sausages, etc. Also called Red Pepper Flakes or Crushed Red Pepper.

$2.00
Chili Powder Ancho (Poblano)

Ancho, which is the name for dried Poblano chiles, has a classic chile flavor. This mild, dark, earthy chili has fruity notes and a grainy texture. 700-1300 heat units (Scoville scale). Great chili for rub blends, chili beans, rubs, Mexican and Southwest dishes, and gourmet creations.

$3.00
Chili Powder Chipotle

Smoked chipotle (red jalapeño) peppers. Imparts a mild but earthy, smoky spiciness to dishes; commonly used in salsas and adobo.

$4.00
Chinese Five Spice

Chinese Five Spice contains cinnamon, star anise, anise seed, fennel, cloves, and black pepper.in order to incorporating the five basic flavors of Chinese cooking, including sour, sweet, bitter, savory, and salty.

$4.00
Chives

Chives have a flavor reminiscent of a sweeter, milder version of an onion. They are commonly used as a condiment for fish, potatoes, and soups... and oh will these fresh chives enhance your dish!

$5.00
Cilantro

Dried cilantro is used like dried parsley flakes for salsas, soups, sauces, and chili. Cilantro leaf may also be referred to as coriander leaf, since coriander seeds come from the same plant.

$6.00
Cinchona Bark

Also known as Quina or Quinine Bark, cinchona bark is most commonly used for the production of quinine, both for medicinal purposes and for flavoring of tonic water.

$3.00
Cinnamon Chips

Also known as Vietnamese cinnamon, Saigon cinnamon has a strong cinnamon flavor, and is a deep brown with rich hotness. Has around a 5% oil content, whereas most other cinnamons have about a 2.5% oil content. Good for dishes where cinnamon is key ingredient such as cinnamon buns.

$3.00
Cinnamon Sticks 6 "

Also known as Mexican cinnamon and true cinnamon. Ceylon cinnamon is sweeter and less spicy/hot than other cinnamons. Does not have a strong cinnamon flavor. Ceylon cinnamon is known to have significantly lower coumarin levels than other types of cinnamon

$4.00
Cleavers

Cleavers has many common names, including Bedstraw, Clivers, Goosegrass, Grip Grass and Stickyweed. An edible wild plant, the stems and leaves of fresh Cleavers may be cooked and eaten. In folk medicine, Cleavers were used as a poultice for skin ailments, burns and wounds as well as a tea to purportedly assist the lymph nodes.

$4.00
Cloves (Whole)

Cloves are the dried, aromatic flower buds of the clove tree. A potent spice with a uniquely warm, sweet, and aromatic character. Most often used sparingly, especially since cloves have a numbing effect in the mouth. Cloves pair well with various spices, including cinnamon, allspice, vanilla, red wine, basil, onion, citrus peels, star anise, and peppercorns.

$5.00
Comfrey Bark

Traditionally used for a variety of maladies, especially bone ailments. Used topically for pains, aches, acne, and wounds. Also used in horse medicine. In 2001, the FDA issued a warning against internal usage of comfrey. Sold for external use only.

$4.00
Coriander Seeds

Coriander is the seed of the cilantro plant and has a warm, nutty, slightly citrusy taste that deepens with cooking. Coriander also is used to impart a bright, somewhat citrus-like flavor to certain styles of beer, particularly Belgian witbiers but also goses, saisons, and some hefeweizens.

$2.00
Cumin Seed

Cumin's powerful, pungent, sharp and slightly bitter flavor plays an important role in Mexican, Thai, Indian, and Mediterranean dishes. Cumin seeds are often toasted (in an ungreased frying pan) to help release their essential oils. Sometimes spelled cummin.

$3.00
Curry Blend

Our curry powder is a blend of traditional Indian spices, turmeric, coriander, fenugreek, cumin, black pepper, ginger, mustard, fennel, allspice, chili pepper, which offers a flavorful culinary experience. This curry powder is considered mild to medium heat, as it is rated at less than 30,000 heat on the Scoville scale.

$4.00
Damiana Leaf

The damiana leaf comes from a wild shrub species found in Mexico, Central America and the West Indies. Traditionally made into a tea, damiana leaves can also sometimes be smoked. Damiana is reputed to have a wide variety of effects, from acting as an aphrodisiac, aiding the urinary tract, and helping relieve anxiety and stress.

$3.00
Dandelion Leaf

Dandelion leaf is traditionally used as a tea for its diuretic properties and for liver detoxification.

$3.00
Dandelion Root

The root pieces range from approximately 1/2 cm to 2 cm. Dandelion root is traditionally used as a tea for its diuretic properties and for liver detoxification.

$4.00
Dill

Pungent and green California dill weed, preferred over imported dill for both color and flavor. Good for soups, salads, breads, dressings, poultry, and fish.

$2.00
Echinacea Root Powder

This product is wildcrafted powder of the root of echinacea. Echinacea is commonly believed to stimulate the immune system and reduce or shorten cold symptoms and duration. Ideal to add to smoothies or yogurt.

$6.00
Elder Berries

Whole, dried elder berries are most often used medicinally, especially for infusions, to combat colds and the flu. They are also used to make jams, jellies, chutney and cordials. Individuals should consult a qualified practitioner before beginning any herbal regimen.

$5.00
Elder Flower

These dried elder flowers have been rubbed on mesh screens to crumble them slightly. Elder flowers have found widespread for making infusions, cordials, and wines. They are also traditionally used medicinally to combat colds and the flu.

$5.00
Eucalyptus Leaf

From the eucalyptus tree known as the Tasmanian Blue Gum, Southern Blue Gum, or Blue Gum. Often used externally and in ointment forms for relief of colds and allergies, as well as for relief from aches, bruises, and arthritis.

$3.00
Fennel Seed

Fennel has a flavor similar to anise and star anise, though usually not as strong. One of the primary ingredients in absinthe. Commonly used in Indian and vegetarian cuisine, and as a mouth freshener.

$2.00
Fenugreek Seed

Fenugreek seed has a bitter, curry-like flavor. In Egypt the seeds are boiled, sweetened, and the infusion served as a popular winter tea.

$2.00
Feverfew

Feverfew is a medicinal plant traditionally used for the treatment of fevers, migraine headaches, rheumatoid arthritis, stomach aches, toothaches, insect bites, infertility, and problems with menstruation and labor during childbirth. Pregnant and nursing women, as well as children under 2, should not take feverfew.

$5.00
Flax Seed

Flax seed is also known as linseed. This product is brown flax seed, which has a slight nutty flavor. Flax seeds are regarded as having high lignan and Omega-3 fatty acids. They are also sometimes used in vegan baking as a replacement for eggs, with 3 tablespoons of water and 1 tablespoon of ground flax seeds replacing one egg.

$3.00
Galangal Root

Dried galangal has an aromatic odor and a sweet, light peppery-ginger-bite. It is primarily used in Southeast Asian cuisine for curries, jellies, and drinks. Galangal is cut into about 1/4-inch pieces, with some variation in cut size.

$4.00
Garlic (Roasted)

Our roasted garlic is sourced from California-grown garlic. It is aromatic and earthy, with a slight sweetness to its garlic flavor. Great for use in potato mixes, bread and bagel toppings, sauces and marinades, and soups and dips.

$3.00
Ginger (Crystallized)

Crystallized ginger is slices of the ginger rhizome (root) that has been cooked until soft and coated with sugar. Ideal for baking and snacking, and often eaten for relief of nausea and motion sickness. Has a spicy-sweet taste with a chewy and moist texture. Our crystallized ginger contains no sulfites.

$3.00
Ginger Root

Dried ginger root has a characteristic pungent, hot, tangy taste and is spicier than fresh ginger. Due to this difference, when using in recipes you do not have to use as much as you would of fresh ginger. Cut ginger is about 1/4-inch pieces, with some variation in cut size.

$3.00
Ginkgo Leaf

Ginkgo leaf is traditionally used as a tea for reputed benefits as a memory or concentration enhancer.

$4.00
Gotu Kola Leaf

Gotu Kola leaves are eaten fresh in Sri Lanka as a leafy green. We offer the dried, cut leaves which are traditionally, and most commonly, used for a variety of skin conditions from eczema to helping heal incisions.

$4.00
Grapefruit Peel

Characteristic sweet, tart, and fresh grapefruit flavor. Cut pieces about ¼ inch, square cut. Used in mulling blends, sachets, beer-making, potpourris (both simmering and jar), and tea blends. 

$3.00
Hawthorn Berry

Whole, hard hawthorn berries is traditionally used for its effects on blood vessels, the heart, and blood circulation.

$3.00
Heather Flower

Heather flowers have been used for making ales, with use dating back to as early as 2000 B.C. Traditionally, a tea made of heather was also used for the kidneys and urinary tract. These tiny purple flowers are also beautiful for decorating your culinary creations, as well as for crafting soaps and candles.

$7.00
Henna Powder (Red)

An all-natural powder of henna leaves, which produces a reddish-brown dye. Used as a natural cosmetic dye for both hair and skin.

$3.00
Herbes de Provence

This spice blend combines sweet French lavender with other flavorful Mediterranean herbs, rosemary, thyme, savory, fennel, basil, an, marjoram. It is amazing on a full range of Mediterranean inspired dishes, such as those where olive oil and garlic play a prominent role (rustic breads, seafood, soups, poultry and hearty meat stews, etc.). Also great added to homemade croutons or infused in extra virgin olive oil for salads.

$3.00
Hibiscus Flower

These beautiful hibiscus petals are sourced from North Africa. They are full flavored and have a rosy, tart flavor. Preferred over whole hibiscus for tea use.

$3.00
Horehound

Horehound is traditionally used for digestion problems including diabetes, loss of appetite, indigestion, bloating, gas, diarrhea, constipation, and liver and gallbladder complaints.

$4.00
Hyssop

Hyssop leaves have a minty aroma but a lightly bitter taste due to presence of tannins in the leaf. It is also used to flavor liqueurs, and is part of the formulation of Chartreuse. Traditionally used for ailments affecting the chest and lungs, such as colds and coughs.

$3.00
Italian Blend

Blend of fine cut Italian herbs, oregano, basil, rosemary, thyme, sage, and marjoram. Does not contain salt or other additives. Great for pasta sauces, salads, meat dishes, soups, and vegetables.

$3.00
Jamaican Jerk Seasoning

A flavorful, spicy seasoning blend consisting of onion, garlic, allspice, salt, thyme, coriander, mustard, red pepper, nutmeg, lemon, black pepper, ginger, sugar, cloves that works great as a dry rub or wet marinade for meats, especially chicken, pork, or fish.


$3.00
Jasmine Flower

Jasmine flowers are naturally caffeine-free and brew a delicate, light tea with a subtle floral flavor. Traditionally steeped for multiple infusions, Jasmine goes well with the addition of sugar.

$9.00
Juniper Berry

Blue juniper is the edible round berry of an evergreen shrub with a distinct, aromatic odor. Traditionally used in northern/central European and Scandinavian cuisine to give a sharp, clear flavor to meats; used to flavor gin and also for sauerkraut. In herbal medicine, juniper berries are most often used as a diuretic. Our Italian juniper berries are a smaller, higher grade berry carried primarily for distillers, and have a more complex, fruity flavor than juniper berries from Eastern Europe

$5.00
Kelp Powder

This product is created from the fronds and stems of Atlantic Kelp harvested in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Maine. Kelp is rich in iodine, and various macro and micronutrients, and has a salty taste (kelp naturally contains about 4-8% Sodium chloride). Powdered kelp is ideal for use in green juices/smoothies. Kelp is also used as plant food/fertilizer.

$4.00
Kelp Granules

This product is created from the fronds and stems of Atlantic Kelp harvested in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Maine. Kelp is rich in iodine, and various macro and micronutrients, and has a salty taste (kelp naturally contains about 4-8% Sodium chloride). This is granulated, like a coarse sugar, so it can be sprinkled on foods and used like table salt. Kelp is also used as plant food/fertilizer.

$3.00
Lavender

This English lavender that is grown in the Provence region of France. Our No. 1 grade ("Super") lavender has a characteristic blue-purple color and a sharp, piney-lavender scent. Lavender flower buds are about the size of a grain of rice and are not on stems. This lavender is recommended for culinary and tea uses, as well as for jar potpourris, sachets, dream pillows, and bath herbs.

$4.00
Lemon Balm

Lemon balm has a gentle lemon scent and is in the mint family of plants. It is often used as an herbal tea for its purported antibacterial and antiviral properties, as well as for reducing stress and inducing sleep.

$4.00
Lemon Peel

Tart and sweet bright lemon flavor from light-colored California lemon peel. Clean, seed-free cut pieces about ¼ to ½ inches, square cut. Used in mulling blends, sachets, beer-making, potpourris (both simmering and jar), and tea blends.

$4.00
Lemon Verbena

Also known as Lemon Beebush. Wrinkled green leaf, about 2 inches long. Has a lemony scent and flavor.

$5.00
Lemongrass

Cut into approximately 1 inch long pieces. Used for herbal teas, sachets, dream pillows, and bath herbs. Has a more distinct lemony flavor and higher astringency (when brewed) than Guatemalan lemongrass.

$3.00
Licorice Root

The root of licorice, cut into about 1/4-inch pieces, which is a size preferred for herbal tea and blending. Licorice, which is native to Southern Europe and parts of Asia, is traditionally chewed for its sweet, soothing pulp.

$4.00
Linden Leaf & Flower

Primarily steeped as a mildly sweet and pleasant tea. Traditionally, linden has had a wide variety of uses, from use to combat colds, coughs, and fevers to anti-inflammatory, diuretic, and sedative purposes.

$6.00
Marjoram

Marjoram is a low bushy plant in the mint family native to the Mediterranean and Western Asia. It has a similar flavor profile to oregano but with a sharper flavor. It is often used in Italian herb blends and works well in soups, sauces, and salad dressings.

$2.00
Marshmallow Leaf

Traditionally marshmallow was used to soothe sore throats and inflammations of the mucous membranes. Leaf has become popular in smoking blends.

$4.00
Marshmallow Root

Traditionally marshmallow used to soothe sore throats and inflammations of the mucous membranes. Our marshmallow root is a small cut in a size; normally is fibrous and "fuzzy" in appearance.

$4.00
Meadowsweet

These dried meadowsweet flowers have been rubbed on mesh screens to crumble them slightly. Meadowsweet has a characteristic strong, sweet smell and pleasant flavor. The flowers have been used for flavoring wines, beers, vinegars, and jams.

$5.00
Milk Thistle Seed

Also called Blessed Thistle. Milk thistle is reputed to benefit the liver due to several active constituent components, commonly referred to collectively as silymarin, which are believed to protect and improve liver function.

$3.00
Moringa Leaf

Moringa is a widely cultivated tree, as its seed pods and leaves are commonly used as vegetables. All parts of moringa have been used in traditional medicine, and current research has examined how it may affect blood lipid profiles.

$4.00
Mugwort

Traditionally mugwort has been used as a tea for a wide variety of purposes, from purportedly stimulating digestion to supposedly increasing blood circulation. Mugwort naturally contains the toxin thujone, which is toxic in large amounts or under prolonged intake and should never be used during pregnancy. The sweet and pungent herb is very aromatic and used in Asian cuisine.

$3.00
Mullein

Mullein is a tall biennial plant that is traditionally used for its emollient and astringent properties. It was first recommended for use 2000 years ago by Dioscorides (an ancient Greek physician) for coughs and pulmonary problems.

$3.00
Mulling Spices

A good, basic mulling spice blend consisting of cinnamon, orange peel, allspice and cloves for mulled wines and ciders. Mulling spices may also be incorporated into the brewing process to make spiced beer.

$3.00
Mustard Seed Brown

Brown mustard seeds come from a species of mustard plant that is known as Indian mustard, Chinese mustard, Jie Cai, and Kai Choi. Brown mustard seeds have a peppery flavor and may be used as a substitute for black mustard in recipes.

$2.00
Mustard Seed Yellow

These are common hot yellow mustard seeds, which come from the plant known as White Mustard. They are used for prepared mustards, pickling, marinades, sauces, and salad dressings.

$2.00
Nettle

Also known as Common Stinging Nettle. Traditionally used for ailments ranging from arthritis and anemia to hay fever and high blood pressure.

$3.00
Nutmeg Powder

Mace and nutmeg are from the same tree, a large evergreen native to the Moluku Islands and the East Indian Archipelago. Nutmeg's warm flavor is bolder than mace's. Like mace, nutmeg is used sparingly and is most often used as a dessert spice, especially for cakes, cookies, and pies. It also pairs well with cream sauces and cheese dishes.

$4.00
Nutmeg (Whole)

Mace and nutmeg are from the same tree, a large evergreen native to the Moluku Islands and the East Indian Archipelago. Nutmeg's warm flavor is bolder than mace's. Like mace, nutmeg is used sparingly and is most often used as a dessert spice, especially for cakes, cookies, and pies. It also pairs well with cream sauces and cheese dishes.

$5.00
Orange Peel (Sweet)

Bright and sweet orange flavor. Clean, deep orange color about 0.25 inch cut pieces, seed-free.  

$3.00
Oregano

This is a whole leaf Mexican Oregano which is preferred for fine culinary purposes and are intended to be crushed by hand to release additional flavor.

$3.00
Paprika

Powdered red, sweet, Spanish paprika which has a mild, chili-like flavor. Not the same as Hungarian paprika, which is generally more intense and slightly hotter.

$2.00
Smoked Paprika

Our sweet Spanish smoked paprika has a delicious robust aroma and flavor. Add depth to a variety of dishes with this amazing spice. It smells wonderful!!

$3.00
Parsley

Cut parsley leaves. Parsley is used in dishes such as toubbouleh and bouquet garni, and often as a garnish.

$4.00
Passion Flower

A mix of cut stems, leaves, and flowers of the passion flower. Traditionally used to alleviate anxiety and insomnia.

$4.00
Pau D'arco

Pau d'arco is the inner bark of a South American tree of the Tabebuia species, which has purple flowers. Pau d'arco is commonly used for its antibiotic and virucidal properties, especially during cold and flu season.

$4.00
Pennyroyal

Pennyroyal is also known as European Pennyroyal, Mosquito Plant, Hillwort, and Pudding Grass. While pennyroyal was traditionally used in ancient Greece and Rome as a culinary herb, it naturally contains organic compounds that are highly toxic to the liver and should not be used internally. The toxicity of these organic compounds have spurred its use to kill insects, especially fleas.

$3.00
Peppercorn (4 Color Mix)

A colorful house blend of white, pink, green, and black peppercorns. Each peppercorn in this blend contributes to form a complex blend of flavors.

$4.00
Peppermint

Our Oregon-grown peppermint brews a sharp, refreshing, caffeine-free herbal tea with peppermint's signature aroma. Peppermint is most commonly known as a flavor in toothpastes, confections, gum, etc. The sharp and refreshing character of peppermint has given it a reputation as a mental refresher and it also has been used to ease stomach ailments, nausea, and headaches.

$3.00
Pickling Spices

This blend of coriander, dill seed, mustard seed, bay leaf, cassia, red pepper and allspice are used for pickling and marinating meats such as corned beef and pot roasts and vegetables like as cabbage, onion, and mushrooms, and fish such as salmon and herring.

$2.00
Pizza Sauce Blend

This aromatic blend of onion, garlic, oregano, anise seed, rosemary, green bell pepper and basil will give your recipe that amazing factor. Add 1 tablespoon of pizza blend to 1 small can of tomato paste in a saucepan; add water to make sauce. Simmer for 10 minutes, adding salt to taste. Use to coat one large pizza. Use Pizza Blend in tomato sauces, with vegetables, potatoes, pastas, and soups. Marinate chicken by blending Pizza Blend with olive oil, salt and lemon juice.

$3.00
Poppy Seed

Blue poppy seeds, which are widely used in many parts of Central and Eastern Europe. A common ingredient in cakes, desert fillings, bread toppings, cookies, bagels, and tarts.

$2.00
Psyllium Husk

Psyllium seed husks become soluble in water, attracting and holding water to expand and becoming mucilaginous when wet. The indigestible husks are used as a source of soluble dietary fiber.

$3.00
Pumpkin Pie Blend

This blend of cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, coriander, cloves and caraway is great for making pies, quick breads, cakes, cheesecakes and cookies. 

$4.00
Quassia Wood

Quassia wood is used as a natural insecticide, in traditional medicine as a digestive, and extracts of the wood are used as a flavoring in soft drinks, aperitifs, and bitters.

$4.00
Raspberry Leaf

Raspberry leaf is reputedly used as an aid for pregnancy and delivery, and for its astringent properties on the skin.

$3.00
Red Clover

Red clover has traditionally been used to treat symptoms of menopause, due to naturally occurring phytoestrogens. It has also been used traditionally to treat various other maladies, from coughs to eczema.

$4.00
Rose Hips

The rose hip is the fruit (sometimes called rose haws) from the Dog Rose, and is known for its high Vitamin C level. Seedless rose hips are recommended for herbal teas and tea blending over whole rose hips.

$4.00
Rose Petals & Buds (Red)

Dark red rose petals, very few rose buds. Rose petals are one of the few items that maintain their natural scent upon drying. Great for culinary dishes, teas, baths, and crafting soaps and candles.

$3.00
Rosemary

The cut leaves (also referred to as needles) of rosemary, the familiar woody perennial that is used for its flavor and as a decorative plant in gardens. Rosemary leaves have a slightly bitter and astringent flavor, a characteristic aroma, and are often used to flavor stuffings and meats. They feature prominently in traditional Italian cuisine.

$2.00
Rosemary (Whole)

The whole leaves (also referred to as needles) of rosemary, the familiar woody perennial that is used for its flavor and as a decorative plant in gardens. Rosemary leaves have a slightly bitter and astringent flavor, and a characteristic aroma, and are often used to flavor stuffings and meats. They feature prominently in traditional Italian cuisine.

$2.00
Safflower

Safflower is an annual broadleaf plant in the aster family that produces rounded yellow or reddish-orange flower heads and rosettes of branched leaves, like a thistle. Sometimes used as a substitute for saffron, hence it is also known as Bastard Saffron. They are a common additive in tea blends as they add a vibrant pop of color.

$7.00
Saffron

Whole threads (stigmas) of the Crocus sativus saffron flower. Select grade Mancha saffron - excellent quality. Saffron does not contain any additive or any natural or artificial colorant.

NOTE: Saffron is the only product sold by gram instead of ounce. 

$15.00
Sage

Rubbed sage is made by rubbing dry sage leaf over screens, which pulverizes the leaf into small, spongy, fluffy pieces. The flavor of sage goes well with chicken, pork, spaghetti sauces, and stuffing.

$3.00
Sarsaparilla Root

This is Black Sarsaparilla, also known as Mexican Sarsaparilla, native to Central America. It is primarily used as a flavoring for beverages, desserts, and candies but also has been traditionally used in for ailments ranging from leprosy and rheumatism to anemia.

$4.00
Savory

Savory is best known for its use in herbs de provence mixes, and goes well with fowl, sausages, stews, and meat pies.

$3.00
Saw Palmetto Berry

The berries of a small species of palm tree native to subtropical southeastern USA. The berries have traditionally been used for treating problems associated with the genitourinary tract and reduced testosterone levels, as well as for stimulating the immune system.

$11.00
Schisandra Berry

The whole berries have been used in traditional medicine where it is considered an adaptogen. It is also used in foods such as teas, wines, juices, and sweets in countries including Japan, Korean, and Russia. One of its common names, five-flavor berry, comes from its sweet, salty, sour, bitter, and pungent flavors.

$10.00
Senna Leaf

Senna is primarily steeped as an herbal tea and is well known as a powerful laxative.

$3.00
Sesame Seed

Hulled sesame seeds are cleaner in appearance than natural sesame seeds, as the dark, outer coating has been removed to give them a uniform creamy-white color. Often used to top breads, biscuits, bagels, crackers, etc. Common in Middle Eastern and Greek dishes.

$2.00
Black Sesame Seed

Unhulled black sesame seeds. Have a nutty flavor and more bitter taste than natural/white sesame seeds.

$2.00
Shavegrass (Horsetail)

Shavegrass or Horsetail traditionally has been used in Europe as a diuretic. Before starting any medicinal regimen with herbs, we recommend seeking advice from a licensed doctor or herbal practitioner.

$3.00
Shepherd's Purse

Often used to supplement animal feed, for cosmetics, and for medicinal purposes.

$3.00
Smoked Applewood Sea Salt

A natural sea salt smoked over sweet aged applewood at low temperatures, which creates deep savory, smoky flavors. A great salt for salads, meats, seafoods, sauces, salt cures, and brines.

$3.00
Spearmint

Our Oregon-grown Spearmint, also known as Mint Tea, brews less sharp and less mentholated than peppermint, with a smoother, rounded taste. Spearmint is naturally caffeine-free.

$3.00
St. John's Wort

Cut of the leaf, stem, and flower of St. John's Wort. Used for its reputed effects on aiding wound healing and the immune system. St. John's Wort has been reported to cause photosensitivity in some individuals. Not considered safe by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration for internal consumption.

$3.00
Star Anise

Star anise is a star-shaped pod with a licorice-like flavor. It is commonly used in the cuisines of China, India, and other Asian countries, and has come into extensive use for liquor flavoring.

$7.00
Steak Spice Blend

Similar to Montreal Steak Spice but our blend combines salt, garlic, black pepper, coriander seed, mustard seed, dill seed and red pepper to cultivate the strong flavors lent by the peppercorns, coriander, and salt with heat from red pepper (chilis).


$3.00
Stevia

Our Stevia consists of cut and sifted leaves and is often referred to as sweet leaf. Per FDA regulations, stevia is to be sold as a "dietary supplement" not a sweetener.

$4.00
Tarragon

This is a whole leaf, French tarragon. French tarragon is the variety considered best for culinary use and is most commonly associated with French cuisine (it is one of the four French "fines herbes"), and works well with poultry, vegetables, salads, soups, and sautéed foods.

$7.00
Thyme

These great quality thyme leaves have been recleaned (i.e. double-sifted) to remove any impurities. Thyme is often used for meat dishes, poultry, stews, soups, seafood, meat loaf, and sautéed vegetables.

$2.00
Turmeric Root

Small cut pieces of turmeric, which is obtained from the rhizome (underground stem) of the plant. It is a deep orange-yellow color with an earthy, bitter, peppery flavor and a mustardy smell. Great for use in tea blends.

$4.00
Uva Ursi

Uva Ursi is a popular, non-fragrant, green leaf for potpourri blends and measures about 0.5-inches long. As with any natural product, however, uva ursi leaves may have imperfections. Uva ursi also has been used in traditional medicine for urinary tract disorders, including infections of the kidney, bladder, and urethra.

$4.00
Valerian Root

Valerian root is used for a variety of ailments in both humans and horses, including sleeping disorders and anxiety.

$4.00
White Oak Bark

White Oak Bark has been traditionally used in topical applications and are thought to suppress inflammation and soothe itchy skin. White Oak Bark tea is used to help treat diarrhea, the common cold, sore throat, bronchitis, loss of appetite, and arthritis.

$4.00
White Sage Leaf

Wildcrafted sprigs of white sage on stem; not bundled into wands or sticks. White sage is used like incense - its leaves are burned and will produce a fragrant smoke. White sage is also considered ideal as a ceremonial smudge or for home purification.  

$6.00
White Willow Bark

Our white willow bark consists of 1/4 inch cut and sifted pieces making it the perfect size for tea. The active extract of the bark, called salicin, is a derivative of salicylic acid. As such, it is chemically similar to the active component of aspirin.

$4.00
Wild Cherry Bark

Also known as the Chokecherry, Black Cherry, Rum Cherry, and Mountain Black Cherry. May contain natural lichen/moss on bark, which is normal. Often used for its astringent and antispasmodic properties.

$4.00
Wormwood

Ingredient in the liquor absinthe, and flavor in some vermouths and pelinkovac (Eastern European liquer).

$3.00
Yarrow

Cut and sifted pieces of yarrow flower, leaf, and stem. Traditionally known for its astringent effects.

$4.00
Yellow Dock Root

Also known as Curly Dock.  Reputed used as an overall health tonic, and reputed to be of benefit to the digestive tract and skin.

$4.00
Miscellaneous
Gold Spring Tea Infuser with Bee Charm
$6.00
Silver Chain Infuser with Bee Charm
$5.00
Silver Spring Tea Infuser with Bee Charm
$6.00
Resins
Copal

Copal is the resin exuded from various types of trees, usually used as an incense. Our copal is produced from Shorea tree species in Indonesia. It is not sold for internal use.


Add a few pieces of copal to the top of a charcoal disk or throw into your fire place to enjoy the light, sweet, and warm scent of this amazing resin. 

$3.00
Frankincense

Frankincense is typically burned as an incense on a charcoal disc. It has a piney, vanilla-like fragrance. Often burned with Myrrh.

$4.00
Myrrh

Myrrh is a resin that is typically burned as an incense on a charcoal disc. It has a sharp, pleasant, somewhat bitter, vanilla fragrance and is often burned along with Frankincense.

$6.00
Salts
Black Hawaiian Sea Salt

A great finishing salt as it provides a dark black color. Coarse grain, solar evaporated sea salt that has Hawaiian activated charcoal added to it.

$3.00
Celtic Salt

Processed less than other salts, allowing for higher moisture and trace minerals, including magnesium, calcium & potassium.

$2.00
Grey Sea Salt

Unrefined coarse and moist sea salt gathered from the Guérande area of Brittany, France. Crystals are larger than processed table salt and have a higher mineral content.

$3.00
Pink Himalayan Sea Salt

A pink salt mined from a salt range in the Himalayas that was deposited by evaporation of an ancient sea about 800 million years ago. Medium-sized crystals, 3-4mm. This salt is rich in minerals and its soft pink color makes it great as a finishing salt.

$3.00
Red Hawaiian Sea Salt

A non-processed, non-iodized red sea salt rich in trace minerals. A small amount of reddish Hawaiian clay (called Alaea) gives this salt its red color.

$3.00
Sea Salt

A fine crystal sea salt, ideal in size for salt shakers.

$2.00
Seasoning Salt

Our seasoning salt is a blend of salt, paprika, spices, dextrose, onion, garlic and silicon dioxide (less than 2% as an anticaking agent). This blend is commonly used for fish and chips and other take-away foods. It is ideal for foods such as chicken, hot chips, and deep fried seafood or potatoes. Like all of our blends, our seasoning salt does not contain MSG.

$2.00
Smoked Alderwood Sea Salt

Smoked Alderwood Sea Salt is created by slowing smoking Pacific Ocean Sea Salt above a Northwest Red Alderwood fire. This centuries old process yields a rich, complex tasting sea salt without harshness or bitterness. Smoked Alderwood Salt's authentic, clean smoke flavor makes it the perfect go-to salt when you really want to impress guests or simply want to enjoy a distinctive meal at home! Kosher Certified.

$3.00
Smoked Applewood Sea Salt

Smoked Applewood Sea Salt is made with pure sea salt that has been slowly smoked above an Applewood fire in a centuries old process. Use Smoked Applewood Sea Salt whenever you want to add a sweet, smoky flavor to your dishes - without any harshness or bitterness. Kosher certified.

$3.00
Smoked Cherrywood Sea Salt

Take your entrées to the next level by seasoning with this exquisite smoked salt preferred by chefs around the world. Smoked Cherrywood Sea Salt is made with pure Sea Salt that has been slowly smoked above a Maine Cherrywood fire - a centuries old process. The result is a smooth, slightly sweet tasting sea salt, without harshness or bitterness. This gorgeous, aromatic salt is a must-have for whenever you really want to add dramatic flavor to your dishes. Kosher Certified.

$3.00
Smoked Hickory Sea Salt

Hickory Smoked Sea Salt was created in honor of BBQ lovers. Perfect for BBQing and grilling, our Hickory Smoked Sea Salt is a staple in the seasoned BBQ master’s pantry! To create this bold salt, we slowly smoke our Pure Pacific Sea Salt over a real Hickory wood Fire; the result is a bold, savory, smoky salt with a delicious Hickory aroma. Kosher Certified.

$3.00
Teas
Ambrosia Tea

Originally designed as a loose leaf ice tea blend, but great served either hot or iced. This blend of black teas, black currant tea, mango tea, rose hips, orange peel, cinnamon, and artificial apricot, black currant, gooseberry, and mango flavors is sure to be a favorite with its sophisticated nectar flavor and of cinnamon and citrus.

$3.00
Arp Texas Tea

This tea blend is a tribute to the history of the wonderful little town in which I live. Arp's native name was 'Bissa' which means blackberry as we have an abundance of native blackberry vines in this area. Arp was later called 'Strawberry Junction " as many grew strawberries. Additionally there is an Arp rosemary. I combined these 3 ingredients with a nice black tea and a bit of lemon to balance and we have arp texas tea. It is very nice!

$5.00
Black Currant Tea

Black Currant Tea is a flavored Chinese black tea with added currant leaves. Its flavor is slightly grape-like and is reserved compared to most fruit flavored teas. Often sold as Russian Tea by cafes due to its flavor being similar to Russian teas traditionally mixed with fruit jam.

$4.00
Blue Eyes

Taking it's name from the beautiful blue cornflower petals, this blend does not disappoint. This is a lovely creation of Apple, Hibiscus, Rose Hips, Orange Peel, Cornflower, and artificial flavoring.

$5.00
Bourbon Barrel Chai

Malty Assam gets a spicy and sweet treatment from warming chai spices, apple pieces, and honey vanilla flavor. A touch of lapsang souchong imparts the smokiness of a charred barrel. Yes, it tastes as amazing as it sounds!

Created by blending Assam Black Tea, Apple Pieces, Cinnamon, Ginger, Cloves, Lapsang Souchong Black Tea, Star Anise, Honey Vanilla Flavor.

$5.00
Chai Tea

Our Chai tea is a flavorful mixture of black teas, cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, cloves and pepper. This blend is inspired by tea making methods in India, where tea leaves and spices are simmered with whole milk to create a warming and revitalizing infusion. Thus it pairs well with milk and is truly nourishing for your soul!

$5.00
Chocolate Chicory

This blend starts with a nice chicory which is blended with cacao nips and cinnamon chips. It is amazing and if you like chocolate it might just be your new fav!

$5.00
Dallas Herbal Blend

Our Dallas Herbal Blend, (formerly Herbal Fruit Blend) consists of rose hips, lemon grass, hibiscus, peppermint, orange peel, is similar to Celestial Seasoning's Red Zinger. It produces a strong, tart, red infusion with minty and citrus herbal flavors. Rich in Vitamin C, our Fruit Blend is recommended sweetened with honey and served either hot or iced.

$4.00
Darjeeling Tea

This Darjeeling tea comes from the mountainous Mirik region of the Darjeeling district of India, which lies in the foothills of the Himalayas. This is a broken leaf Darjeeling, which infuses color quickly when steeped. Its flavor is crisply sharp, astringent, and has a berry-like character.

$4.00
English Breakfast Tea

This is a simple and straightforward English Breakfast, with a flavorful heavy bodied cup that holds up to milk. Blended with Assam and Ceylon producing a strong black tea with natural fruity aromatics.

$4.00
Green Rooibos Herbal Tea

Rooibos is commonly called red tea or bush tea, and is naturally caffeine-free. Green rooibos brews similar to green tea, with a mildly grassy taste. Has reputed health benefits due to high concentration of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.

$3.00
Green Tea

This is a great basic green tea and is favored by many who have switched from coffee to green tea for health benefits.

$3.00
Herbal Coffee

This mixture of roasted dandelion root, roasted chicory root, cacao nibs, honeybush, cloves creates a robust and darkly roasted caffeine-free blend of roots. Acidic coffeeberry/raspberry notes and undertones of roasted chocolate and spices. Enjoy unsweetened or sweetened, with or without milk.

$4.00
Herbal Red

This blend begins its steeping process by creating the most lovely lavender you have ever seen and progresses to a red to rival the best of red wines. By blending hibiscus petals, elderberries, black currants, currants, and flavoring, the aroma and flavor will have you wondering if this isn't the best cup of "red" you have ever had!

$4.00
Hibiscus Mate Terere

A blend of tart hibiscus and earthy green mate, given a little sweetness from the addition of stevia. A tereré (yerba mate infusion) is traditionally prepared with cold water and ice, but this blend is great either prepared hot or cold. A take on Guayakí® mate beverages, this blend balances out the leafy bitterness of the yerba mate. Contains caffeine.

$3.00
Honeybush Tea

Honeybush herbal tea is caffeine free and has a honey-like aroma and taste. The taste of honeybush tea is similar to that of rooibos but a little sweeter.

$3.00
Irish Breakfast Tea

Our Irish Breakfast tea blend is a robust, full-bodied, balanced blend of Ceylon and Assam black teas. It is a wonderful morning tea, producing a strong, astringent, malty, aromatic cup. Holds up well to the addition of milk and sugar.

$4.00
Jasmine Green Tea

A traditional jasmine green tea, which has been flavored/scented with jasmine petals. The jasmine gives the tea a pleasant aroma and subtly floral, sweet flavor that lingers.

$5.00
Licorice Spice Tea

Licorice Spice is a naturally caffeine-free, robust blend of cinnamon, licorice, orange peel, rooibos, cardamom, anise, cloves. Its wholesome, sweet, cinnamon-citrus flavors are stimulating with exotic notes.

$4.00
London Fog Tea

This is a lovely blend for all of you Earl Grey lovers! It consists of a blend of black teas and Italian bergamot oil with lavender and bergamot peel added. Pairs well with milk.

$5.00
Mandarin Green

This Sencha green tea brews a cup with subtle, sweet, citrus notes due to the natural mandarin flavor added. A nice twist on adding fresh lemon juice to green tea.

$4.00
Oolong Tea

Oolong teas are allowed to oxidize to varying degrees between green (no oxidation) and black (full oxidation). This is a medium grade Formosa Oolong (Taiwan was formerly known as Formosa), the type commonly served in many Chinese restaurants. The large, coarse leaves used to create this tea have been to allowed to oxidize almost halfway and brew a smooth, mellow, fairly dark cup with light notes of earth, barley, and notes.

$4.00
Orange Spice Tea

This amazing blend of black tea, cinnamon, orange peel, allspice, and cloves will warm your soul and your senses.

$5.00
Paradise Rooibos

This blend combines rooibos, mallow flowers, rose petals, calendula petals, natural and artificial tropical fruit flavors to create a robust, thirst quenching, healthy, and caffeine-free tisane (herbal tea). It is as beautiful as it is tasty.

$5.00
Passion Peach Tea

Passion Peach is a complex blend of black tea, orange flowers, safflower petals, elder flowers, bee pollen, natural and artificial peach, passionfruit, and tropical flavors This is the strongest fruit flavored tea we offer. The flavor is composed of peach, passion nectar, and mangos with citrus aromatics. Great as an iced tea or served hot with dessert.

$4.00
Raspberry Tea

A delightful black tea blended with raspberry leaf and natural and artificial raspberry flavors. It has bright, tart berry flavor. Makes a great hot tea, dessert tea, or iced tea.

$4.00
Red Rooibos Herbal Tea

Rooibos is commonly called red tea or bush tea, and is naturally caffeine-free. Rooibos brews similar to black tea (with a similar color), but a more mellow cup. Has reputed health benefits due to high concentration of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. Pairs well with milk and sugar.

$3.00
Rose Congou Tea

This whole leaf black tea scented with rose petals is absolutely amazing! It imparts a subtle rose flavor and aroma to the cup. Pairs well with milk and sugar.

$5.00
Tropicana Tea

This beautiful blend consists of black tea, calendula petals, safflower petals, cornflower petals, rose petals, natural and artificial mango and passionfruit flavors. It is on the sweeter, nectar side of fruit flavors. Bright and tart with passionfruit, kiwi, and green grape notes.

$5.00
Turmeric Golden Chai

A spiced turmeric blend made with cinnamon, ginger and black pepper, used to make turmeric easy to drink! Best simmered on the stovetop in coconut, almond, or whole milk.

$4.00
Vanilla Rooibos Tea

Naturally caffeine-free rooibos (also called red tea or bush tea) with a subtle vanilla flavor. Pairs well with milk and sugar.

$5.00
Vanilla Tea

A rich black tea rich warm vanilla sweetness gained from vanilla bean and enhanced flavoring. Great as a dessert tea.


$5.00
White Tea

White tea is from the younger leaves and leaf buds of the tea plant. It brews a light, champagne colored cup with delicate, honeysuckle flavor notes.

$8.00
Yerba Mate (Roasted)

Yerba Mate (also referred to simply as Mate) is a stimulating, naturally-caffeinated herbal tea which shares many of the same vitamins, minerals, and compounds found in green teas. Traditionally enjoyed in a hollow gourd (mate) through a wooden or metal straw (bombilla). The flavor of roasted yerba mate is light smoky, smoother than green mate, and lightly vegetal.

$3.00

Reviews

Tammy Smith

19 March 2024
3 months ago
Love their great selection of herbs, teas and spices

Katie Blake

12 March 2024
3 months ago
The tea is amazing! Great flavor and a definite joy to drink daily! Will definitely be purchasing more!