Coffee is a critical element of a work day for most of us; it’s a simple kick in the butt that most Americans need to get going through the morning (and evenings too, sometimes...). The morning coffee is nearly a law, but a few days ago, I found a healthy and tasty replacement, coffee’s immediate relative and counterpart; tea! I had to share the experience with you, and tell you about Dorpare.
It’s hard to believe that anything could rival coffee, but this is no ordinary tea. Dorpare is an uprising company dedicated to the making of extraordinary tasting ginger tea, and they produce it themselves in Philadelphia.
Three brothers raised by Haitian parents manage Dorpare; ginger root tea is a childhood emblem to them. It would provide warmth during winters, soothe a sore throat, and relieve an upset stomach. As they grew up, ginger root tea would grow along with them as part of their culture, and it was the same go-to beverage their mother loved.
They’re focused on crafting caffeine-free, all natural ginger root tea. This family knows everything they need to know about ginger roots; using a French press, craftsmanship, and a lifetime’s experience, they create a vibrant beverage that is seen nowhere else in the mid-Atlantic region. The Dorpare crew grew up around natural ingredients, which inspired their 100% organic flavors policy. No artificial colors, no artificial flavors.
Now, most of you have tried tea, but I’m willing to bet that you’ve never tried ginger root tea made in the Mid-Atlantic. The beverage hits the perfect balance between spicy and refreshing; it hydrates you and keeps your metabolism pumped without introducing caffeine into your system. Not only does it keep caffeine out, but it brings much more in:
Gingerols: Ginger contains this potent anti-inflammatory compound, which has proven to relieve pain for osteoarthritis patients when ingested regularly. The effects included decreasing pain and enhancing their mobility.
Carminative: Ginger is one of the richest carminatives, a chemical that helps remove excessive gas during (and after) digestion, also relieving the intestines. This comes in extremely handy against stomach pain, colics, and dyspepsia.
Nausea relief: Although no studies have been conclusive, clinical research believes ginger could, in some cases, counter the nausea effects of pregnancy, motion-induced dizziness, morning sickness, and even chemotherapy.
If warming, refreshing, AND healthy sounds good, you should swing by their website and take a look at their first releases:
Dorpare is a new business with a product that’s unique in their region, and when you create an account on their website, you’ll be able to join their rewards program, and right now they have 30% discounts. You’ll love this as Dorpare becomes your morning ritual, I say this because it has become mine, all you need is a taste and then a few days drinking it and you’ll see what I mean.
All the best!