Merry Maker's Punch
Merry Maker's Punch
Merry Maker's Punch
Merry Maker's Punch
Merry Maker's Punch
Merry Maker's Punch
Merry Maker's Punch
Merry Maker's Punch
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Merry Maker's Punch

HERBAL INFUSION

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Top your holiday table with this perfect one-two punch cheered with notes of cranberry, honey and spice. Delightful on its own or a zingy mixer for anything from an alcohol-free spritz to a spirited Old Fashioned, this festive botanical-based elixir gives you all the merry makings of a season to celebrate.  

Tasting Notes:

Cranberry, honey, spice 


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SP
12/05/2021
Stephie P.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Fun and festive

Wow, the flavor is so unique and I love the deep red color. Made grapefruit and vodka spritzers and they were a hit. I'll be making more fun cocktails with this one for Christmas and New Years!

JV
12/04/2021
Jennifer V.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Festive Treat

Tried tea over Thanksgiving holiday, and it was a hit. Would like to see it in single serving size tea bags.

Ingredients

Hibiscus, ginger, cassia, sarsaparilla root, clove buds, black currant natural flavor, pink rose petals, elderflowers, manuka honey natural flavor and lemon myrtle. 

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No. 28 It’s deep in December. Cheers. 

Preparation

Make a punch concentrate by bringing 2 cups of spring or filtered water to a boil (212°F). Pour hot water over 1 sachet and steep for 5 minutes. Remove sachet. To enjoy on its own as a zero-proof elixir, add equal parts water and serve hot or over ice.  

 

To craft a Merry Maker’s Spritz: Add 1 part punch concentrate to 2 parts grapefruit soda in a glass over ice. Garnish with an orange twist. Add 1 oz of your favorite spirit if you’re feeling naughty and nice. 

 

For a Mulled Merry Maker’s Punch: Add equal parts punch concentrate and apple cider. Bring to a simmer with cinnamon sticks and cranberries, or serve chilled. Sweeten to taste, add bourbon if desired and enjoy with a smile on your mug. 

  • Select an Ingredient:
  • Cassia Bark
  • cloves
  • Elderflowers
  • ginger root
  • Hibiscus Flowers
  • Lemon Myrtle
  • Pink Rose Petals
  • Sarsaparilla

Cassia Bark

Sumatran Spice

Often called cinnamon, cassia is a spice with a significantly different flavor profile than true cinnamon. Grown in subtropical climates, its taste varies widely by origin, and quality is judged by the volatile oil content. In Kerinci in Sumatra, cassia bark is stripped and dried year round from a revolving crop of 10 – 12 year old trees that are continuously replanted. Cassia is sweet, hot and spicy and adds fragrance to our chai blend.

Sumatra

Sumatra is located amongst the Sundar Islands in western Indonesia and is the country's second largest island after Borneo. Marco Polo was said to have visited in 1292. The cinnamon trees need to be more than ten years old before their bark is suitable for harvest.

Cloves

Madagascar Spice

Cloves come from the dried flower of a subtropical evergreen tree that can grow to heights of 40 feet in Madagascar, Southern India, and Indonesia. Dried in the sun, these buds become their signature dark reddish black. Cloves are highly aromatic and are used in mulling spices, cooking, and enlivening various tea blends.

Madagascar

The fourth largest island in the world, Madagascar separated from the Indian subcontinent and remained close to Africa after the breakup of the supercontinent Gondwana. Unlike the breakup of most superbands, Madagascar retained its uniqueness with over 90% of its wildlife being found nowhere else on earth. The clove harvest happens from March to May.

Elderflowers

Botanical from Bulgaria

An herbal infusion prized in Europe for its medicinal benefits, elderflower is now known in North America as a key ingredient in St-Germain liqueur. With a lightly floral, fresh and slightly spicy taste and aroma, elderflower adds subtle impact to blends. Our favorite is hand harvested near Samokov, Bulgaria, where the white flowers are cut from branches, dried in the shade, and carefully sorted for shipment to buyers in Europe and America.

Bulgaria

Bulgaria is a country of eight million people in Southeast Europe that shares borders with five countries and offers beach front property along the Black Sea. While a battleground for the larger surrounding powers during ancient times, this country has found relative stability after World War II and is famous as a source for various botanicals, including elderflowers, which are harvested in the spring.

Ginger Root

Indian Spice

Ginger, used in many cultures to enliven food and drink, is also known for its healthful qualities. A light stimulant, it can treat cold symptoms and sore throat. Ginger is cultivated most prominently in India, China, Indonesia and West Africa. After the plant flowers and the leaves die off, the roots are dug, washed, peeled and sun dried. Ginger’s spicy-sweet flavor adds spark and complexity to our Big Hibiscus.

India

India is located in Southern Asia and is home to one of the world's oldest civilizations (Indus Valley shout out). It is a country rich in history, culture, religion, geography and so much more, and has been famous since ancient times as a source for spices that continue to be coveted around the world. Our ginger comes from several regions in India and is harvested multiple times during the year.

Hibiscus Flowers

Egyptian Botanical

Hibiscus flower is cultivated in many coutries around the world including China, Thailand and Egypt. We particularly like the Egyptian variety–it is brighter, fruitier and more exciting. High in vitamin C, hibiscus is tart, deep red, and slightly earthy with concord grape-like characteristics.

Egypt

Egypt is one of the few countries with borders that stretch into two continents and is considered to be home to one of the three oldest civilizations. The Nile is the primary source of water for Egypt and much of the country's agriculture is situated near its banks. Hibiscus is harvested in the Fall.

Lemon Myrtle

Australian Botanical

Lemon Myrtle is commercially grown in Eastern Australia and the evergreen bush can be cultivated multiple times per year. It provides the unmistakable citrus notes in our Fez, Meadow, and Big Hibiscus teas.

Northern Rivers Region

The Northern Rivers Region is located in the far northeast of New South Wales in Australia, 500 km north of Sydney, Australia. Once on the decline, it has now been revitalized through niche crops (like Lemon Myrtle), hobby farming and tourism. We'd also like to think it was partly due to some of the fabulously named areas in the region, like the Gold Coast and Nightcap National Park. Camping anyone?

Pink Rose Petals

Indian Botanical

Pink rose petals are a favorite ingredient in our pantry. They provide sweetness and spice along with distinct floral qualities and are used to create complexity in a variety of our Signature Blends.

India

India is located in Southern Asia and is home to one of the world's oldest civilizations (Indus Valley). It is a country rich in history, culture, religion, geography and so much more, and has been famous since ancient times as a source for herbs and spices that continue to be coveted around the world. Our pink rose petals come from several regions in India and are harvested in March.

Sarsaparilla

Indian Botanical

Sarsaparilla root from India is unlike sarsaparilla from other origins. It has a taste and aroma that is vanilla-like and creamy, making it ideal for use in chai and blends with rooibos, or simply enjoying by itself. A climbing plant that grows throughout India, the root is dug, washed, peeled and sun dried. The thicker roots of the sarsaparilla plant make the best and most flavorful brew.

Nilgiri

Nilgiri translates to "blue mountain". It is a range of mountains that are part of the larger Western Ghats and are located in the states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala in Southern India. With over 24 peaks reaching higher than 2,000 meters, it made this area perfect for growing tea and other botanicals, along with providing the British in the Raj era respite during India's long hot summers.