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Our Daily Brew - Cinnamon Chips

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The flavour of cinnamon is due to an aromatic essential oil that makes up 0.5 to 1% of its composition. This essential oil is prepared by roughly pounding the bark, macerating it in sea water, and then quickly distilling the whole. It is of a golden-yellow colour, with the characteristic odour of cinnamon and a very hot aromatic taste. The pungent taste and scent come from cinnamic aldehyde or cinnamaldehyde (about 90% of the essential oil from the bark) and, by reaction with oxygen as it ages, it darkens in colour and forms resinous compounds. Other chemical components of the essential oil include ethyl cinnamate, eugenol (found mostly in the leaves), beta-caryophyllene, linalool, and methyl chavicol. Learn More

Our Daily Brew - Fennel Seed

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Fennel is a perennial, pleasant-smelling herb with yellow flowers. It is native to the Mediterranean, but is now found throughout the world. Dried fennel seeds are often used in cooking as an anise-flavored spice. But don’t confuse fennel with anise; though they look and taste similar, they are not the same. Fennel’s dried ripe seeds and oil are used to make medicine. Fennel is used for various digestive problems including heartburn, intestinal gas, bloating, loss of appetite, and colic in infants. It is also used for upper respiratory tract infections, coughs, bronchitis, cholera, backache, bedwetting, and visual problems. Some women use fennel for increasing the flow of breast milk, promoting menstruation, easing the birthing process, and increasing sex drive. Fennel powder is used as a poultice for snakebites. In foods and beverages, fennel oil is used as a flavoring agent. Learn More

Our Daily Brew - Fine Sea Salt

$0.39
Some gourmets believe sea salt tastes better and has a better texture than ordinary table salt.In applications that retain sea salt's coarser texture, it can provide a different mouth feel, and may change flavor due to its different rate of dissolution. The mineral content also affects the taste. Learn More

Our Daily Brew - Herbal Lavander

$1.75
Lavender is an aromatic, tonic herb with a sweet scent. It relaxes spasms, benefits the digestion, stimulates peripheral circulation and the uterus and lowers fever. It is anti-septic and has an anti-depressant effect. Learn More

Our Daily Brew - Hops

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Hops are the female flowers (also called seed cones or strobiles) of the hop plant, Humulus lupulus.[1] They are used primarily as a flavoring and stability agent in beer, to which they impart a bitter, tangy flavor, though hops are also used for various purposes in other beverages and herbal medicine. They have antibacterial features making them a good addition for cleansing. Learn More

Our Daily Brew - Lemon Peel

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Lemon not only tastes delicious but it can also help stimulate good health. When applied topically, it can also do wonders for our skin and hair. Most of the time when focusing on the benefits of lemons, people tend to think of lemon juice, but lemon peel can be just as effective as it has some enzymes that help us live a healthier life. Learn More

Our Daily Brew - Licorice root

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Licorice root has an impressive list of well documented uses and is probably one of the most over-looked of all herbal remedies. It is used for many ailments including asthma, athlete's foot, baldness, body odour, bursitis, canker sores, chronic fatigue, depression, colds and flu, coughs, dandruff, emphysema, gingivitis and tooth decay, gout, heartburn, HIV, viral infections, fungal infections, ulcers, liver problems, Lyme disease, menopause, psoriasis, shingles, sore throat, tendinitis, tuberculosis, ulcers, yeast infections, prostate enlargement and arthritis. Licorice root contains many anti-depressant compounds and is an excellent alternative to St. John's Wort. As a herbal medicine it has an impressive list of well documented uses and is probably one of the most over-looked of all herbal wonders. Licorice is useful for many ailments including asthma, athlete's foot, baldness, body odor, bursitis, canker sores, chronic fatigue, depression, colds and flu, coughs, dandruff, emphysema, gingivitis and tooth decay, gout, heartburn, HIV, viral infections, fungal infections, ulcers, liver problems, Lyme disease, menopause, psoriasis, shingles, sore throat, tendinitis, tuberculosis, ulcers, yeast infections, prostate enlargement and arthritis. sold by the ounce Learn More

Our Daily Brew - Mallow Flowers

$6.25
when made as a herbal infusion, it is used for its colon cleansing properties and as a weight loss supplement. Learn More

Our Daily Brew - Orange Peel

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Add the sweet citrus flavor of dried Valencia orange peel to cakes and cookies as well as marinades and spice rubs. Use as a one-for-one substitution in recipes calling for fresh orange peel. Learn More

Our Daily Brew - Rainbow peppercorns

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Our own mixture of black, white, green, and pink peppercorns. A delightful sweet, hot, peppery taste when freshly ground on steaks, chicken, pork, or salads. Also, very pretty in a clear pepper grinder. Sold By the ounce. Learn More

Our Daily Brew - Saigon Cinnamin

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Saigon cinnamon, Cinnamomum loureiroi, is also known as Vietnamese cinnamon or Vietnamese cassia. Vietnamese cassia is native to mainland Southeast Asia . Vietnamese cinnamon comes from the bark of an evergreen cassia tree that grows naturally in the high mountainous regions of Northern and Central Vietnam. The term “Saigon cinnamon” is inaccurate as this cassia does not grow in or around Saigon (which is located in southeastern Vietnam) but it has been marketed with the name “Saigon Cinnamon” for years and the name has stuck. During the Vietnam War era exports of Vietnamese cassia was halted for almost 20 years. Vietnamese cinnamon is considered by most cinnamon and cassia aficionados as being the most aromatic of all the cinnamons. The cinnamon oil content of our Vietnamese Cinnamon Powder is very high at 4%-6% which makes the flavor outstanding and leads many bakers and chefs to call this particular variety the best you can get. By comparison the most common cinnamon used in America is the cassia cinnamon from Indonesia (known as Korintje cinnamon) which has an oil content of 2%-3%. The high concentration of aromatic oils gives Vietnamese cinnamon its signature robust and concentrated sweet cinnamon flavor. Some describe the taste of Vietnamese cinnamon as being similar to that of “red hot” candy. Korintje and Chinese cassia tends to be much more subtly sweet and pales in comparison. Vietnamese cinnamon is highly sought after by savvy bakers and cooks throughout the U.S. as the higher cinnamon oil content allows the cinnamon taste to more completely disperse throughout your baked goods, giving them a sophisticated cinnamon flavor. Learn More

Our Daily Brew - Stevia

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Stevia is a South American herb used as a natural sweetener for centuries. The leaves of the Stevia rebaudiana plant have a refreshing taste, zero glycemic index, zero calories and zero carbs. It is 25-30 times sweeter than sugar, and far more healthy! Learn More

Our Daily Brew - Tellicherry peppercorns

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Tellicherry comes from the same region as Malabar and is a quality designation reserved for the largest and highest quality berries, and is generally recognized as a premium black pepper. The main difference from Malabar is that the berries are allowed to ripen on the vines longer allowing the flavor to develop more fully. There is a balancing act involved to allow maximum development of size and flavor of the berries on the vine without allowing sugar content to rise to where losses will occur from spoiling or predation by birds. Learn More

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