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    Prickly Ash Bark

    $ 35

    Xanthoxylum Americanum

    Prickly Ash Bark is best made into tinctures, bitters, or brewed as tea

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    Sarsparilla Root

    $ 35

    Smilax ornata

    With slight coca nib and asparagus notes, sarsaparilla is commonly used in root beer and other soft drinks. Great made into syrup and paired with ice cream.

     

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    Sassafras Root Bark

    $ 35
    Source: North America

    Sassafras Albidum

    Sassafras is the primary taste in root beer and is delicious with mint and agave, or made into a soda or syrup.

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    Sheep Sorrel Herb

    $ 35

    Rumex acetosella

    This wild mountain herb has a tart, lemon flavor. Use in concoctions, or as an herbal component in bitters.

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    Slippery Elm Bark

    $ 35

    Ulmus rubra

    This bark has a mild sweetness and woody nose. Great for use as an herbal component in bitters. When brewed as tea it also soothes sore throats.

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    Wild Cherry Bark

    $ 35

    Prunus serotina

    Wild Cherry Bark is most commonly used for syrups and infusions in mixology. Pairs well with strawberry, vanilla, cacao.

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    Wormwood

    $ 35

    Artemisia absinthium

    Most commonly known as the flavoring component in absinthe, this unique cotton, hay and lemon scented herb was used instead of hops in beer in 18th century England. Use to bring an herbaceous quality to mixed drinks.

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