Spiced Teas for Winter
From the earliest history of tea in modern-day China, Tibet, and Laos, tea has been blended with herbs and spices. These include ginger, orange peel, and even onions. Broadly speaking, spiced teas are “true teas” (teas made from Camellia sinensis) blended with spices, steeped with spices or boiled with spices. The term “spiced tea” sometimes also refers to herbal teas made up primarily of spices (though some use rooibos or other herbs as a “base” in the blend).
This November, join us at Many Rivers for a delightful dip into this ancient tradition, the perfect flavorful blend for the oncoming winter holidays.