Beer Root Organic Tea

Beer Root Organic Tea




Our Beer Root Organic Tea is a beverage many people are familiar with. The name brings up images of a dark brown soda with a foamy head, sometimes in a chilled mug and sometimes in a can. Better yet, poured over vanilla ice cream as a root beer float.

The name Beer Root Organic is in reference to the root of the sassafras tree, Sassafras albidum, which is its primary constituent. This root is responsible for the flavor associated with root beer and was used in indigenous beverages long before Europeans arrived in North America. Over the years the idea of a sassafras beverage evolved, and root beer syrup started popping up in confectioners around 1840, with written recipes as far back as 1860.

Our Beer Root Organic tea is a blend of beneficial herbs to support digestion, boost immune function, and lead to improved feelings of overall bodily health. Although you won’t see sassafras in the ingredient list there are plenty of powerful plants in its place such as birch leaf, ginger root, and dandelion root, as well as the superfood chaga mushroom.

Aroma and Flavor
This tea has an herbaceous aroma with rooty notes and green earthy undertones. Hints of sweet and spicy ginger come through as the tea opens. Strongly reminiscent of root beer soda, this tea balances sweet, spicy and earthy in a light and flavorful blend.

Organic birch leaf, organic sweet cinnamon chips, organic ginger root, organic chaga mushrooms, organic licorice root, organic dandelion root, and organic root beer flavoring.

Usage Instructions
Fill 1 tablespoon of tea in a cloth tea bag or mesh basket and place in your favorite mug. Pour 8 ounces of boiling water over the tea and allow to steep for 3-5 minutes or until desired strength is reached.

Disclaimer: This product has not been evaluated by FDA, is not claim of any medical healing whatsoever. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. Any medical concern to be contacted medical doctor. Keep out of reach of children, should not be used during pregnancy or when breast-feeding.

Peggy Angel