Sweet Rhapsody

$8.75$66.75

This rich blend has depth of flavor and a malty cinnamon taste. A superb tasting caffeine free blend. Read the description below to learn more about this tea.

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Sweet Rhapsody

Sweet Rhapsody brings you a malty cinnamon taste with rich mouthfeel. The rose is subtle. Both the peppermint and anise leave a fresh aftertaste. This tea is simply good and will likely make you smile. We were surprised when we learned this tea is fantastic hot and stupendous cold.

Marshmallow root, the primary ingredient in this blend, was actually used in – guess what – the first marshmallows! The first marshmallow-like dessert originated in France. The sweet concoction mixed marshmallow root, rose water and meringue. While the marshmallow root in this blend creates a smooth, creamy flavor, it also comes with sweet cinnamon undertones.

This blend rejuvenates and is a great caffeine free cup of goodness. Unlike any other! This botanical blend is delicious hot or cold.

With marshmallow root*, cinnamon*, rosebuds/petals*, lemon myrtle*, turmeric*, peppermint*, star anise*, *organic.

Caffeine free. A made in Montana tea blend.

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  1. Leslie Gries

    Ok, I got this has my freebie sample in my last order. I can’t really describe the taste. Does it taste vaguely but pleasantly like marshmallows or is just that I can’t separate my mental picture from the tea? Either way I would consider ordering it and just a plug that marshmallow root is said to have healthy properties.

    • Heather Kreilick

      Hi Leslie,
      Along with marshmallow roots health properties, it actually was used in old fashioned marshmallows:
      Taken from wikipedia:
      “The root has been used since Egyptian antiquity in a honey-sweetened confection useful in the treatment of sore throat.[4] The later French version of the recipe, called pâte de guimauve (or “guimauve” for short), included an eggwhite meringue and was often flavored with rose water. Pâte de guimauve more closely resembles contemporary commercially available marshmallows, which no longer contain any actual marshmallow.”

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