Ginger - Cut & Sifted

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Herbal Tea
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Ginger
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Loose Leaf
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Caffeine Free
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  • “Wah, I’m home sick! Thankfully, I picked up some of this lovely loose ginger when Phi and I went to the Spice & Tea Exchange last weekend. I have been alternating it with H & S’s...” Read full tasting note
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Ginger is an Oriental spice that is believed to have originated between northern India and eastern Asia. This knobby root has smooth, brown skin with white flesh and is tangy and a bit spicy in flavor. This form of ginger is preferred for tea making, but can be used in any recipe that its ground and candied forms are used in. Ingredients: organic ginger.

Spice Fun Fact: In addition to culinary uses, ginger is used for fragrance in soaps and cosmetics, as well as in laxatives, anti-gas, and antacids.

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Wah, I’m home sick! Thankfully, I picked up some of this lovely loose ginger when Phi and I went to the Spice & Tea Exchange last weekend. I have been alternating it with H & S’s pyramid-bagged ginger tea and Trader Joe’s Gingerly Turmeric blend. The blends are nice, but there’s something about the punch of straight ginger that really cuts through the unpleasant symptoms of a cold. It reminds me of Breezy Morning’s West Indian Ginger Root, which I try to keep on hand at the office because it comes in convenient teabags. This loose version pleases me more though – the pieces are big enough that I can get multiple steeps out of one serving.

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