Patagonia Wild Guava
Organic Caffeine-Free Botanical Blend
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Patagonia Wild Guava
Patagonia Wild Guava
Patagonia Wild Guava

A rare type of guava called murta is wild-collected from the biodiverse forests of southern Chile. We expertly blend murta with quince, linden flowers, and eucalyptus for a deliciously quenching brew that soothes respiration at altitude.



Qty:

Delicately sweet quince, wild murta

guava, and jammy strawberry provide

a luscious flavor heightened with

soothing linden flowers and eucalyptus

About this tea

Embrace the thrill of pristine mountain air with a taste of Patagonia Wild Guava. This blend is perfect for explorers and adventurers of all kinds. A rare type of guava called murta is wild-collected from the biodiverse forests of southern Chile. We expertly blend murta with quince, linden flowers, and eucalyptus for a deliciously quenching brew that soothes respiration at altitude. Patagonians combine murta and quince to make a traditional fruit jam called conserva de murta y membrillos that pairs perfectly with a cheese course.

Ingredients

Organic Chilean wild guava, organic quince, organic linden flowers, organic strawberries, organic eucalyptus

Origin

Rishi Herb Lab


Ingredients

Murta (Wild Guava)
Origin Patagonia, Chile
Quince
Origin Poland
Eucalyptus
Origin Portugal

Caffeine Level

None

Based on a 8oz cup of tea made with suggested steeping method relevant to the tea type. An average cup of coffee contains about 90 – 120 mg / 8oz cup.

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Preparation
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Traditional Preparation

Water Temperature: 200°F
Leaf to Water Ratio: 1 tablespoon per 8 ounces
Steep Time: 5-6 minutes

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Origin: Murta Berry

Patagonia

Chile

The land referred to as Patagonia in Chile, with boundaries from the Araucanía region down to the extreme tip of the country, is an isolated safe-haven, with great biodiversity and highly specialized plants that propagate in this beautiful area. The berries we source from this region are organically-certified wild-harvest goods that require foraging to procure as these crops do not grow well in cultivated plantations. We work with collectors, who in turn work with regional landowners to pinpoint where these fruits are growing.

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