The name of the plant from which we obtain Rosemary Leaf has no connection whatsoever to roses or the name Mary, oddly enough. It is a corruption of the Latin term ros marinus, which literally means "sea-dew." A native of the Mediterranean, rosemary is resistant to both drought and insect pests. Rosemary Leaf is high in essential nutrients, such as iron, calcium, and Vitamin B-6 as well as several antioxidant compounds. Rosemary Leaf is often used as an infusion for herbal tea.
1 oz. Average 5-6 Cups
2 oz Average 10-12 Cups
The majority of teas we offer are sugar-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free, and vegan. The only exceptions are teas which contain sugar sprinkles or chocolate chips.
Our facility processes known allergens such as, but not limited to, coconut, nuts, cornflowers, cacao and thus cross-contamination might occur.