Our teas grow wild in Berks County, Pennsylvania and the surrounding areas. It is pure with no additives or preservatives, just the way mother earth left it. As a child, I would take a basket and scissors and hunt the wild tea along the creeks, in meadows, and in the woods. My mother would boil water and steep the wild leaves, add sugar, cool it, and serve it cold in the hot hay fields. Ten years ago, I dug up some wild mint along a country road and transplanted it to my garden. Each year it grew and spread. Today, we have acres of tea planted so that we can share this delightful drink with you. This refreshing drink recipe was passed down through six generations of my Pennsylvania Dutch ancestors. Keep the tradition going by trying this refreshing, cool, organic mint tea today!