- TEA SCENT: The scent of our spring tip tea takes you to the high mountains of the Pacific Northwest, where the crisp evergreen aroma of the Douglas Fir Spring Tip can be enjoyed. We create our teas using ingredients found in nature, including wildcrafted plants, tree sap, wood, and bamboo. This dappled forest sun tea will elicit feelings of home with its citrus notes, herbal mid-tones, and wild scents, making for a universally enjoyed experience.
- CAMPFIRE TALES: Do you love the feeling and aroma of sitting under a large Spruce tree in the rain but don’t have the opportunity to do so as often as you would like? Our Douglas Fir tea takes you there no matter where you are; think of a stream-side hike through the mountains or a camping trip in the wilderness. Once this tea starts steaming you will easily imagine yourself sitting next to a glorious campfire, roasting marshmallows and being surrounded by a group of your closest friends.
- MULTI PURPOSE: Teas are used for a variety of reasons, including relaxation, socializing, scenting your home, or everyday comfort and enjoyment. To prepare, simply place a teabag in the bottom of a heatproof teacup or mug and pour boiling water over it. Allow the tea to steep for 5-10 minutes, then serve. Your space will soon be filled with the pleasing aroma of the mountains and your tastebuds will be delighted.
- BENEFIT OF TEAS: Steaming tea regularly may have the ability to provide benefits such as relaxation, possible stress and anxiety reduction, creativity stimulation, possible increase in focus and, according to some users, an improvement in overall sleep quality.
- GO NATURAL WITH JUNIPER RIDGE: Our teas are formulated by harvesting leaves from wildflowers, plants, bark, moss, mushrooms, and tree trimmings, never using synthetics. We are built on the simple idea that nothing tastes better than the forest. All of our products are produced with old tea-making techniques, including distillation, tincturing, and infusion. We have committed to donating 10% of our annual profits to various preservation organizations through our Western Wilderness Defense program