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Juniper Ridge - Douglas Fir Spring Tip Tea
100% sustainably wild harvested Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) needle tips.
20 unbleached bags per tin.
Good & Well - North Cascades Candle 8oz
NORTH CASCADES - peppermint, rosemary + cardamom
Made in small batches in Seattle, WA.
Good & Well Candles are 100% vegan. 100% eco-friendly. 100% recyclable. Ethically sourced + produced. Never tested on animals. Petroleum free. GMO free. Lead free. Phthalate free. Made in the USA.
Diameter: 3 in
Height: 3 in
Approx. Net Wt: 8 oz
Burn time: 45+ hours
Tapped Out Small Batch Maple Syrup - Batch 6
Batch No. 6 from the 2020 season. Dark brown in colour with a strong and creamy smokey maple flavour. Each note comes to the front, one by one allowing you to taste the flavours individually. Smokey on the nose with hints of toasted marshmallows. A perfect maple syrup for pancakes, waffles or the delicate pallet.
Bottle count: 256 bottles
200 ml bottle
Juniper Ridge - Douglas Fir Rosehip Tea
JUNIPER RIDGE - DOUGLAS FIR & ROSEHIPS BOTANICAL TEA
A soft, savory tea that sings with the flavor of clean mountain air and the resonant note of rosehips. Harvested from California's northern coast, this simple blend dances with sweet fragrance and a spark of tanginess. Serve hot for a restful companion in the cold, or chilled for the perfect refreshment after a long day outside.
100% sustainably wild harvested Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) needle tips and rosehips (Rosa spp.). 20 unbleached bags per box.
Graeme Foers Lost Meadows Honey - Muskoka Lakes
Lost Meadows Muskoka Lakes Honey
Single meadow origin means one thing: the honey in each meadow collected by the bees that forage there is kept separate throughout its journey from hive to jar.
Similar to wine, each meadow has its own Terroir. The different flora grow around each meadow all contribute different tasting nectars that the bees collect. Combined together this creates a honey recipe unique to each meadow. Meadows just a few kilometres apart can create completely different tasting honey.
The other key defining difference is that we do targeted honey harvests after each main nectar flow. Some meadows create great spring and summer honey, and others are better for summer and fall honey. Each meadow has its own unique nectar flow that the bees capture for us.
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