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Winter Time Tea

Being from South Dakota I know what it is like during the winter time. We find ourselves digging out of the snow again and again. Often times we shovel 3 times per day or more only to find ourselves up early the next day to snow on the ground again. When we go out we have on layers of clothing and we are nice and warm. When we come in that clothing is often wet and soggy and we are freezing. There is almost nothing better to get a hot drink of some sort right after you get done with your chore of moving snow. Especially if it has cinnamon in it. Warrior’s Brew is a delicious blend of cinnamon, black tea, orange peel, rose hips, coriander, ginger, rosemary, and star anise. The first taste after a cold day will have you warmed up rather quickly. This cinnamon tea is a black tea and herbal tisane infusion. It is both good before and after your work. The black tea provides a jolt of caffeine, the cinnamon and orange peel provide a comforting taste, and the star anise elongates your calm energy level. Native American Tea Company’s Warrior’s Brew is a wonderful edition to anyone’s winter herbal teas bin. If cinnamon herbal tisanes are your thing, you are going to love this tea.

Written by Joe Moore of www.nativeamericantea.com
Joe Moore is the VP of Sales and Marketing of the Native American Tea Company.