Organic Ginger Turmeric Herbal Tea
organic ginger root, organic turmeric root, organic licorice root, organic lemongrass, organic orange peel, organic lemon peel, essential orange and lemon oil.
Spice Fun Fact: In addition to culinary uses, ginger is used for fragrance in soaps and cosmetics, as well as in laxatives, anti-gas, and antacids.
'Tis the season! Embrace the gentle sweetness of vanilla and rose, the warmth of cinnamon and clove, and the aromatic freshness of orange peel and juniper berry – all wrapped up in a refined, black tea base. Luxuriously textured and inviting, this harmonious medley of winter fruit and spice brews up like a warm cup of cheer that will surely get you in the spirit of the season.
Sugar & Spice to add zest to a classic margarita!
Chile Lime Sea Salt – 1.5 oz, Sweet Habanero Sugar – 1.5 oz, Chilita Fresca Seasoning – 1 oz
A refreshing treat after a long day! Cool mint and rich chocolate blend to create a sweet candy-flavored beverage, perfect for chocolate lovers.
Olive oil intensifies the flavors of these unique blends making them excellent for bread dipping. They are tasty additions to hors doeuvres and add extra flavor to soups and other liquid based dishes. Includes: Gourmet Pepper Spice Blend (1 oz), Sauteed Mushroom Spice Blend (1 oz), and Tuscany Spice Blend (1 oz).
These olive oil gift sets feature pure and fused extra virgin olive oils & balsamic vinegar. Perfect for drizzling, cooking, baking, and gifting. Includes: Extra Virgin, Lemon, Oregano, Truffle Extra Virgin Olive Oils, and Balsamic Vinegar of Modena.
Our Sweet Matcha is pure Japanese green tea harvested from shade-grown bushes. Stone-ground into a fine powder and combined with milled cane sugar.Sweet Matcha comes in a 4.4 oz. pouch enclosed in a storage tin. Try a Sweet Matcha latte, or substitute it for sugar in your cookie or other baked goods recipes.
Preparation Instructions: Add 1 cup rice and 2 cups water in pot, cover with tight-fitting lid. Bring to boil, then lower and simmer for 20 mins. Let stand 5 mins. 1 cup dry yields 2 cups cooked.
Spice Fun Fact: Aleppo peppers are named after the north Syrian city of Aleppo positioned along the Silk Road (a city which is famous for its chiles and love of eating).