Rosemary Black Pepper

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For those blustery days, reach for this healthy and invigorating soup blend. We started with a base of freshly cracked black pepper for some belly-warming comfort. Then combined it with aromatic rosemary, a hint of basil, fresh dandelion root and a feel-good splash of green tea. The result? A super-broth that’s both energizing and flavourful – with just the right amount of zip to get your taste buds dancing. With this mug-ready snack by your side, you won’t even feel the cold.

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Salt, tomato, dandelion, black pepper, rosemary, basil, green tea, garlic, silicon dioxide.

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DavidsTea is a Canadian specialty tea and tea accessory retailer based in Montreal, Quebec. It is the largest Canadian-based specialty tea boutique in the country, with its first store having opened in 2008.

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Made myself a caprese salad for lunch during the week, and used some of this as a seasoning salt on top of the salad – quite tasty addition; rosemary is a very nice compliment to the tomato/basil, and let’s face it: practically everything goes well with cheese.

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These flavours are right up my alley and after trying a sample prepared as a clear broth, I had to have a bag. Very peppery and warming with just the right amount of herbiness from the rosemary and basil cut with just a hint of tomato and garlic to keep it from becoming overwhelming. I am both curious and hesitant to try the ‘heartier’ preparation method where you stir in rather than steep the tea/soup. Innovative, gimmicky, but overall something I’m going to really enjoy.

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