Embrace the Legend with Every Sip
Slide Rock Bolter Tea, inspired by the folklore of the Colorado Rockies, is more than just a tea; it's an experience steeped in the mystique and grandeur of wild Colorado. This blend captures the essence of the region's rich herbal heritage, offering a unique, earthy, and invigorating brew.
The Legend of the Slide Rock Bolter
The Slide Rock Bolter is a mythical creature said to inhabit the mountains of Colorado, lurking on steep slopes and awaiting unsuspecting passersby. While this is just folklore, the tea is very real, offering a taste of the wild and untamed nature of the Colorado Rockies.
Ingredients and Flavor Profile
Slide Rock Bolter Tea is a carefully crafted blend of local herbs, each contributing to its distinctive flavor:
- Wild Herbs: The tea features a blend of wild herbs from the Colorado region, each adding its unique notes to the tea.
- Earthy Tones: Expect a grounding, earthy base, reminiscent of the dense forests and rugged terrain of the Rockies.
- Invigorating Finish: The blend finishes with a refreshing note, much like the crisp, clean air of the Colorado highlands.
Brewing Your Perfect Cup
To fully enjoy the essence of Slide Rock Bolter Tea, follow these brewing tips:
Water Temperature: Heat water until just before boiling. The ideal temperature is about 95°C (203°F).
Measurement: Use about 2 teaspoons of Slide Rock Bolter Tea per cup 239 ML of water.
Steeping Time: Steep the tea for 3-5 minutes, depending on your preferred strength.
Enjoy: Strain the tea into your favorite cup. Optionally, enhance the flavor with a touch of honey or a slice of lemon.
Savor the Legend
As you sip Slide Rock Bolter Tea, let it transport you to the heart of the Colorado wilderness. It's an invitation to embrace the wild and mythical spirit of the Rockies, a perfect companion for moments of reflection or storytelling.
Slide Rock Bolter Tea is more than just a beverage; it's a celebration of Colorado's rich folklore and natural beauty. Each cup is a journey into the heart of the mountains, where legend and landscape intertwine.