18th Century Apothecary Tea Blends


Out of stock

What better gift for anyone who’s feeling under-the-weather or just enjoys hard-to-find tea blends? The six blends in this gift box have been a proven favorite for hundreds of years,  enjoyed in various parts of North America.


Some of the ingredients were native to North America, such as ginger root and while cherry bark, while others including dandelion leaf and jasmine came later. Regardless, the mixtures are all unique blends of flowers, herbs, sweeteners and more, depending on their use and the intended flavors of each one.


Comes with honey sticks, a card describing the contents plus a get-well gift card, should you want to include one!


All the blends were thought to have medicinal value! We at True Treats research the history of the foods you love. If you want to know the medicinal value of our products,  ask your doctor. If you want to know the history, ask us!


We at True Tretas


Colonial Era Remedies, Recreated!

Apothecaries of the 1700s were stocked with herbal brews, including a cough and cold remedy tea made from honey, horehound, and thyme. Our bestselling blend, a Colonial Headache Remedy Tea, combines lavender, rose flower, sage, and marjoram. First made in the 1500s, this brew was said to cure headaches.

Native Medicine and… Colonial Stress Relief?

European tradition was infused with Native American knowledge, as seen in our Native American Blend which combines dandelion leaf, ginger root, chickweed, and wild cherry bark. To relax, colonists relied on a mixture of mint and jasmine, a Sweet Bath. Enjoyed as a calming tea or as a fragrance in bathwater.

A Symbol of Self-Reliance

After the Boston Tea Party, colonists boycotted British tea and turned to their gardens and orchards to make their own herbal teas. Using delicious and authentic ingredients, we’ve brought back to life two varieties of Liberty Tea. Colonial Orchard contains strawberry leaf, apple, rose, chamomile, and marjoram. Colonial Garden is a blend of mint, blueberries, chamomile, and sage.



Try our friends' favorites!