Evening in Missoula

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From Traveling Tea

Chamomile, rosehips, raspberry, papaya, peppermint, spearmint, strawberry leaf, vanilla, passion flower, red clover, star anise, and wild cherry bark.
Naturally sweet.
Soothing nighttime or anytime blend.
Approx 20 cups per ounce of tea

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I got a sample of this from a local teashop. I’m trying to drink more non-caffeine teas in the evening, & so here we are.

This resembles the herbal teas from my hippy days, & initially I was a little put off by the aroma of spearmint. But actually, it’s pretty good as an after dinner tisane. One good thing I can say about the Traveling Tea Company is that their teas are Organic & Fair Trade. And they are less than 5 minutes from my house.



Hubby and I drank this one with Sandy and he was traumatized. He said it was like being forced to eat a bouquet of flowers. I liked it, and had hoped to dry the leaves and put them in a potpourri warmer in my bedroom, but had to nix that idea since he was emotionally scarred.


I read Evening in Missouri…but why ???? I’m sure Montana is lovely !

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