About this product
Native to marshes and bogs across the Northern Hemisphere, cranberries are among the most popular berries cultivated by man. For countless centuries, cranberries have been harvested as an important food source and a traditional treat. Although freshly harvested cranberries are hard and too sour to be eaten right away, after they have been sweetened, these berries become a favored ingredient in pastries, jam, desserts, and especially in cranberry sauce and cranberry juice. When dried and powdered, these berries also make a refreshingly tart and invigorating tea. Fans of the dynamic flavor of cranberry will undoubtedly be captivated by this invigorating tea.