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GREEN CHILE FUEGO CIDER an immune system boosting folk remedy The cultivation of chile in New Mexico began around 1600, so it's no surprise that green chile is a huge part of New Mexican culture. One variety of chile adapted particularly well in the hot and arid climate of New Mexico. This very chile has become one of our favorite ingredients and a staple in the New Mexican diet - green chile! These chiles have adapted so well to their environment that the same plots of land used hundreds of years ago are still used for the same purpose, and still produce that mouth-watering fruit (yes it's a fruit)! Did you know green chile is incredibly good for you? Some...

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SUMMER TEA CLUB  RECAP blends for the season 🌺☀️💦 The Summer Tea Club Box is on the way! The Summer Tea Club is intended to help you unwind, nourish your mind and body, and inspire you to get back in touch with your inner kid. Here are the blends we included in the Summer Tea Club. ⬇︎⬇︎⬇︎ Superfood Golden Milk comforting ∙ creamy ∙ decadent This warm and sunny mixture is made up of turmeric powder, maca powder, moringa powder, Vietnamese ground cinnamon, beet powder, cocoa powder, and ground black pepper (to promote absorption of nutrients). Together, the flavors achieve nirvana and pack a powerful punch of medicinal benefits!  Earl Grey bergamot citrus ∙ clean ∙ well-balanced Earl Grey has a signature citrus flavor produced...

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Guayusa: The Ecuadorian Super Leaf antioxidant rich ∙ boosts energy ∙ promotes metabolism 🌿 🌿 🌿 Guayusa is native to a thin stretch of the upper Amazon that hugs the Andes Mountains in Ecuador. It is a cousin to Yerba Maté, and is harvested from the holly tree. It's a leaf brewed like tea, but it's not actually related to the Camellia sinensis tea plant. Guayusa originated with the Kichwa people of the Ecuadorian Amazon, and has become a sustainable source of income that will bring in $400,000 to more than 3,000 farming families this year. THE KICHWAN ORIGIN STORY OF GUAYUSA In ancient times, people prayed for a plant that would teach them how to dream. A brother and sister canoed down a river on a...

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Coconut Lemonade Slushy 🥥 🍋 sweet coconut ∙ herbs ∙ refreshing citrus This Arnold Palmer inspired tea-cocktail hits the spot on a warm day because there's nothing like that satisfaction when you put sweet and sour together. We like to think of this recipe as an elevated version of a classic Arnold Palmer with a frozen twist. ☀️️ The sweet and smooth flavors of the Coconut Black tea are complimented by slight sour and herbaceous notes of lemon, rose, sage and licorice in the Lavender Sage Lemonade tea. The combination is balanced with our light and citrusy Orange Blossom Honey, all blended in ice. INGREDIENTS (makes 2 servings) 5 Tsp OBTC Coconut Black Tea 6 Tsp OBTC Lavender Sage Lemonade 3 Tbs OBTC Orange Blossom Honey 3 oz light...

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R∙O∙O∙I∙B∙O∙S naturally sweet ∙ vanilla ∙ subtle nuttiness The South African Bush Tea: Rooibos tea (pronounced ROY-BOSS) is only grown in Cederburg, a small mountainous area in the region of the Western Cape Province of South Africa. This sweet, nutty, and caffeine free brew gives you a delicious dose of antioxidants and acts as your body's own natural detoxifier. DID YOU KNOW? Some rooibos is green and some is red!  HERE'S WHY: Green and red rooibos come from the same plant, but the difference is the curing process. Immediately after harvest, green rooibos is lightly steamed to halt oxidation, retaining the green color in the leaves, whereas red rooibos is oxidized. For centuries, South Africans have used this herb for medicinal purposes....

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