Oliver Pluff & Company asked the question, 'What teas were thrown in the harbor during the Boston Tea Party?' We sought what tea gardens supplied the British East India Company in the markets at Canton, China in the 17th and 18th centuries. We recreated those blends and hope to share a cup of history with you!
Notes: Ginger produces a hot, fragrant spice that was popular in the kitchen during colonial times. Its roots may be steeped as tea, eaten as a spice, or candied with sugar.
Brewing Tips: 1 teabag, 195° water, Steep for 5-7 minutes.
* Please be advised: You should consult with your doctor before making dietary changes. Pregnancy and Lactation: Do not use without the advice of your doctor.
American-Made Teas, Toddies, & Coffees
Hand Blended and Packaged by Oliver Pluff & Co. in Charleston, South Carolina