hist-brewing: guit odds & sods

ALBATRS890 at aol.com ALBATRS890 at aol.com
Sun Oct 22 18:03:27 PDT 2000

Labrador Tea is made from a North American native Ledum latifolium (ie 
Labrador Tea, St James Tea, Ledum Groenlandicum). It was widly used as a tea 
substitute during the Revolutionary war.

What you want is Ledum Palustre (ie Marsh Tea, Marsh Citrus, Wild Rosemary, 
Wild Rosmarin, Rosmararinus Sylvestris, . A relative of the Ledum Latifolium. 
There is a Finish Vodka flavoered with it. Whose name is lost in my notes.

Congrads on finding a N.American source for Ledum Palustre. 

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