Earl Gray with Chaga
Bright bergamot citrus and notes of muscatel, tobacco, and caramel.
Wild crafted by the indigenous Dai tribes in the jungles of Yunnan, from trees planted in 700 A.D. Women climb 40+ foot tall trees, and men process it down below. Wildcrafting is good because it ensures well rounded bio-diversity, and support of these indigenous people who have made tea their life.
PROCESSING NOTES—Wild crafted in the jungles of Yunnan, then fully oxidized, and blended with bergamot
INGREDIENTS—Organic Chinese black tea, bergamot oil, chaga, turkey tail
Add 1 TBSP to 12 oz. boiling water and steep for 4 minutes. Decant and enjoy!
Chaga contains more antioxidants than any other natural substance on earth. Long used in folk medicine, chaga contains a variety of substances such as polysaccharides, betulin, betulinic acid, and inotodiol, and is said to offer a number of health benefits. It is rich in a variety of nutrients including B-complex, potassium, iron, zinc, magnesium, and calcium.