A fragrant, relaxing and incredibly complex brew. Notes of menthol, lemon zest and hints of rosemary.
This beautiful brew is known as ᒪᐃᑐᖁᑎ (Ma Ma I Tu Qu Ti) in Inuktitut and is an important part of Inuit culture. It is also known as tundra tea or northern labrador tea. Every year, It is respectfully gathered in late summer and early autumn and sun-dried.
Harvest: September 2023
Origin: Ranking Inlet, Nunavut, Canada
GPS: 62.8°N, 92.1°W
Brewing suggestion: brew 2g of tea in 240ml of hot (off boiling point) water for 120". Steep 3-4 times.
Important: local people do not recommend this tea during pregnancy or nursing periods. They also recommend limiting consumption to 1-2 cups per day.
Respectfully gathered and dried by Rebecca Osborne and family.