A floral blending that includes the aromatics:
Tulip, Marjoram and Juniper
10.5 oz, Height 4.25in, Diameter 3.25 in
Bag Height 9.5 in, Width 4.75 in, Depth 3.75 in
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Paten Susan #3
The Vessels Collection
Named for a shallow
plate, this is a floral blending that includes the following aromatics:
Tulip, Marjoram and Juniper.
Mongol warriors of Genghis Khan on their campaign through Hungary brewed a
sustaining and succulent tea from the berries of an indigenous shrub. The
fruit of the JUNIPER is most slow to ripen, taking some two or
three years, and both green and blue berries are found on the very same
bush. The green berries are bitter and unpleasant but the ripe blues are
sharply sweet and scented.
The TULIP is now associated with Holland but in the 14th century
it was the flower of the Great Ottoman Empire. Indeed the very name is
derived from the regional headdress of the day, the turban. Each spring
the vast lands of the empire bordering the Black Sea were home to fragrant
fields of bold color.
Growing wild on the hillsides of the Islands of the Aegean, the Greeks
named this herb “Origanum,” which means mountain joy. We know it by the
name MARJORAM and use it much in the same way as our ancestors. It
has a warm, balsam like scent that gives comfort and calm.
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