(Smilax regilii) An oldie but goodie, Sarsaparilla tea has been around from the days of Buccaneers. It has been described as having a nice low flat woody taste.
Tea in Jamaica
Jamaicans have been drinking bush teas from the time of its earliest inhabitants - the Arawaks. Over the years, we have continued to drink local herbs and spices, which ... Read More →
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In The Lab
Herbs and spices used in the production of TOPS Jamaican herbal teas are solar dried and/or sun dried under hygienic conditions that meet HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points) food safety standards.
The farming and drying process for herbs and spices has...Read More →