Hatchet Tea Party: April Edition

with Emily Lindenmuth

Sunday, April 9th

12 - 2pm @ Hatchet Coffee

free of charge (sweet!)

Dandelion Mocha, what's your catch? You're really too good to be true!

Like blackberries picked fresh off the vine, homemade pesto, and anything involving coconut some things really are wildly nutritious and delicious. Allow me to introduce the star of my April mug: Dandelion Mocha!

April's featured brew is both deeply detoxifying and nourishing, two qualities our sluggish winter bodies are nudging us to consume. It features freshly harvested and gently roasted dandelion root, burdock root, chicory root along with a few tasty extras.

It's stand alone a gorgeous tea; and, for those adventurous ones out there, you can also use it to make your coffee with. For real. This is super helpful if you want a cup that is both energizing and grounding. It's also handy if you're trying to cut back on coffee, as it allows you to use half as much coffee bean without sacrificing a touch of flavor. Mmm hmm.

Come sample, savor and learn about the medicinal properties of this month's special tea in the company of good people. Fresh plants will be there too. If you love it (we're pretty sure you'll love it), Dandelion Mocha will be available to order by the cup and by the bag at Hatchet all month long.

All welcome (including total tea lovers + coffee lovers who may be a little tea curious). We don't discriminate.

About Emily
Emily Lindenmuth, MA, LMBT, Herbalist

I love fusing the science with the sacred, the analytical with the whimsical, the left brain with the right. Come learn the nitty gritty (the hows and whys) of plant medicine and then surrender into the unspoken wisdom of taste, touch and intuition.

I love local wild plants as well as the gems growing in other parts of this big beautiful world, so expect a well-rounded mix.

Making your own medicine is a deeply enriching and empowering experience, one that has been crucial in my own journey of healing. My intention is quite simply to share the beauty and wisdom of this knowledge in hopes that in may help you better nourish yourself and connect more deeply with the earth.