Take Pride in Victory
Since they were introduced by the Spanish sometime in the 1600s, horses were considered to be wealth among all Native American tribes. For the Plains Indians, it was considered an honor to raid an enemy camp, take their horses, and escape unharmed. This form of competition was considered to be quite dangerous, and was well noted between the Crow Indians and the Blackfeet Nations. A successful raid was honored with a "Victory" celebration that included a feast. This is where we get the name "Victory Tea." Herbs that these raiding parties carried were selected because of their lightness in weight, good nutrition, easy consumption and quick energy when needed. Our Victory Tea features a rich punch of flavor with a touch of spearmint, and is created with a blend of hibiscus flower, rose hips, and wild cherry bark. When you need that quick burst of energy, brew a cup of our Victory Tea.
Our Victory blend also makes a beautiful glass of iced tea! Try our Carbonated Iced Victory recipe here.
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