“Heaven At Last” Bertha Palmer Centennial Tea From Local Coffee & Tea

Tea Type: Rooibos

Where To Buy:
Local Coffee & Tea/SipLocally.com

Product Description:

A soothing herbal rooibos with licorice root, fennel, peppermint and lemon verbena. Naturally caffeine-free.

When Mrs. Potter Palmer (Bertha Honoré Palmer), the well-travelled and powerful Chicago socialite, first set eyes on Sarasota in 1910, she proclaimed ‘Here is heaven at last’.

She soon owned 80,000 acres of what is now Sarasota County, operated a successful ranch, and made her graceful winter home and gardens at The Oaks on Historic Spanish Point.

Sarasota County celebrates the 2010 centennial of her arrival and honors the significant impact Mrs. Palmer made on our culturally rich and prosperous community. Please join us in raising a cuppa Bertha Palmer Centennial Tea to this incredible woman!

For more information about events throughout the year, visit http://www.BerthaPalmerAlive.com

Tasters Review:

I’ll be honest…I was worried about the fennel and licorice, at first…BUT…after tasting it…I worried no more!  This was nice!  Sure I could taste those two ingredients but they were slight hints of each.  The Peppermint, Rooibos, and Lemon are the primary flavors here – and I found this blend of flavors to work very nicely together!

It has a refreshing aftertaste and I love that Local Coffee & Tea’s Sip Locally Offerings all tell a story!!



One Response to ““Heaven At Last” Bertha Palmer Centennial Tea From Local Coffee & Tea”

  1. Calogero Mira Says:

    Lemon verbena and more? Very good. Fairtrade? http://wp.me/p1fsVD-Am

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