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Golden Roots

Turmeric Ginger Tea | Uncaffeinated | 7 oz


Spicy and warming with bright citrus.  Along with turmeric and ginger, lemongrass cuts through with a zingy citrus note.

Lore of the giant ginger treant: Legend tells of a magical root planted long ago in the middle of a great forest. Its roots grew so far and wide that it turned an entire region into barren wasteland. During its endless growth, it accumulated the wisdom of ages. If one makes pilgrimage to its home despite the treacherous journey, it is said that its guidance can change one’s life forever.

Order this tea if...

you're a wizard that understands true wisdom comes from adventure, not just books.  Or, you really love ginger. 

Pairs well with...

the falling action after a BBEG fight, or a caravan full of goods in Century: Spice Road.

Who's the Artist?

Bag art created by: Chris Knight


Organic ginger root, organic turmeric root, organic licorice root, organic lemongrass, organic orange peel, organic lemon peel, essential orange and lemon oils

The Cat’s Brew

Add 1.5 tbsp (8g) of tea to 12 fl oz. (350G) water at 200˚F (93˚C). Steep for 5 minutes and enjoy!  

Turmeric Ginger Tea | Uncaffeinated | 7 oz

Zesty, throat-clearing, mug-staining.  Turmeric tea at its finest.

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews

I got this tea at pax east after trying a sample, and I was immediately in LOVE. This is genuinely my favorite tea I’ve ever had!!

Kelson Bastien
Soothe the Dragon Fire

I quite often suffer from upset stomach or acid reflux. The first time I had this tea before bed, my stomach was not too happy, but knowing that anything new can take time, I gave it another shot the following night. That night I did not wake up with reflux. The third night I slept soundly. After the fourth night I no longer had stomach upset. I now drink it every couple of nights. Is this a cure? No, but it has helped to not just settle my stomach, but to also settle my mind as the soothing scents and mellow drowsiness it helps to impart upon my mind before bed is a wonderful blessing.

Caitlyn Peck

The flavors of ginger and licorice root are strong and awesome! Even if my tea becomes lukewarm, the flavor is able to warm me. I'd recommend this flavor to anyone who's looking for a flavorful and warm tea.

Dustin Blottenberger
Not for me

Tried something new and struck out. To me, something in the tea (maybe the licorice root?) gives the tea an odd texture and artificial taste. I don't really like it, but that's just me. Others may love it! I do love Sage's Gate, though!

Ashley Maiville
Heavy on the Ginger

This is a good brew. Ginger is the strongest flavor in this. Since I'm not actually a fan of ginger, I usually just brew a cup at a time for the anti-inflammatory benefits of the turmeric and ginger. The citrus does a good job of off-setting the flavor, and make it easier for me to enjoy.

A magic item from the Golden Roots

A dragonborn professor, Voltag, passes through Many Worlds Tavern when his teaching schedule permits. One of the friendliest patrons of the Tavern, he's ready with a pint and an adventuring lesson for anyone who greets him.

An artificer by trade, Voltag is ready to share the recipes to his arcane concoctions on a whim. This incredibly volatile brew came about after explorations of a dragon cave...or so Voltag says. Mircea, the tavern keeper, is quick to command Voltag to put this neon orange bottle away. She may not know what it does, but knowing Voltag, she knows it can and will be destructive.

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