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REMARKABLY TANGY AND WICKED GOOD!

 
 

I began my tea journey by accident.  I was searching for my favorite lemony spice from my childhood.  I found out it was a spice called “Sumac” (not poisonous lol).  During a hike, I discovered it growing wild on the mountain tops of coastal Maine.  I did some research and learned that sumac grows better at altitude.  I harvested what I could and brought my treasure home.  While reading up on sumacs uses, I discovered it could be used to make tea.  I experimented mixing sumac with orange peel and ginger until I felt I had the right blend.  I also learned about the many health benefits of sumac.  Here are a few:

  • Regulates Blood Sugar

  • Reduces Cholesterol

  • High in disease-fighting antioxidants

  • May reduce bone loss

  • Relieves Muscle Pain

My 11-year-old son quickly became my biggest tea fan.  I started sharing my tea with family and friends.  Not only did they like it, they wanted more!

Now, I am sharing my remarkably tangy and wicked good tea with you!

Thank You,

Joe Macoul

 
 

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