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Rich with nutritious antioxidants and vitamins, American Sumac: Rhus grows wild on the edges of forests and sloped fields. The brick red fruit has been long enjoyed by native Americans and culinary enthusiasts for superior refreshment and clean, slightly lemon, wild berry taste, best served chilled.

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The American Sumac: Rhus genus includes Rhus typhina , Rhus hirta and Rhus glabra which are different from Turkish sumac as well as poison sumac (which has white not red berries). Oh, and by the way there isn’t CBD or THC in this brew.

 
 
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I AM TART AND DRY WITH HINTS OF LEMON AND WILD BERRY

 
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I AM TAMA

 

THE WEED WHISPERER.

Hi, I’m Tama (rhymes with mama). I am a forager. I find weeds in fields and forest edges – wild unnoticed places in America where weeds grow. I make them into teas that are special, sustainable and refreshing.

Try our first flavor — Sumac: Rhus, a long enjoyed taste of the American wild. Love to hear what you think about sumac, foraging, and wild forgotten places. Contact me for more information.

Sincerely and responsibly,

Tama Wong

 
 
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