Evening in Missoula




Evening in Missoula

Evening in Missoula is a Montana concoction wrapped up and blended into one sweet, legendary herbal tea.  From the boisterous, western town of Missoula, Montana, this tea is a favorite of many far and wide across the fifty states and beyond!

Evening in Missoula is a classic herbal tea blend and a source of imbibial joy for those that love it! Drink this scrumptious blend all year and smile.  If you want a popular and tasty tea, drink a cup of Evening in Missoula.

With chamomile, rosehips, raspberry, papaya, blackberry leaf, peppermint, spearmint, passion flower, red clover, anise, wild cherry bark, lemon, wintergreen, lavender, stevia, flavor.

Caffeine free.

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  1. Christine Deignan

    I first sampled this tea at a high end restaurant. It has become the favorite tea for all of us at the table.
    Thank you for creating joy in a cup.

    • Heather Kreilick

      So glad to hear this is a favorite cup of tea! Thank you for sharing.

  2. Arquelle Shaw (verified owner)

    I think this is my all time favorite Lake Missoula Tea company tea. Ok, probably all time favorite of any tea. It is simply a lovely cup of happiness every time I brew it. Perfection!

  3. Jennifer Gutzmer (verified owner)

    This is my all time favourite tea! Had it in a local coffee/tea shop in Madison, WI. Makes a great tea bath too!! 💕💕. So happy I found you!!

  4. Rochi

    My boss brought me back some of this tea from her trip back home. I am so happy she did….it is by far the most relaxing cup of tea I have had and I drink a lot of tea!

    • Heather Kreilick

      Hi Rochi, glad you like this tea!

  5. Melissa Foley

    Why, oh, why did you add stevia to this delightful tea? I used to love it and can not stand the sweetness with the stevia. Please go back to the unsweetened blend!

    • Heather Kreilick

      Hi Melissa, we can’t control this recipe as we source it from another company, but I will pass you comment along! Thanks!

  6. Shannon

    Hello all,
    I am trying to figure out if it this is the tea blend that I have purchased from the Kootenay Co-op in Canada. The blend I had was also called Evening in Missoula, the photo appears to match, my main question is the taste – would anyone be able to reply with an attempt to describe this amazing tea flavor? The one I had was like a delicate floral, rootbeer with hint of mint not enough to have an effect beyond scent. Does this sound similar? Thankyou for your help!

    • Heather Kreilick

      I believe it is the same tea, and as far as I know, there is only one Evening in Missoula!

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