First nations were using more than a 1000 varieties of plants. Labrador tea (Leum groenlandicum) is one of those. This middle-sized shroud is found mostly in boreal regions. Only the last leafs are hand-picke for tea.
The aromas are somewhat unique to this tea, but its infusion reveals notes of carraway, peppermint, tarragon, and grapefruit. The taste is rellay strong, so be sure not to let it infuse for too long!!
You can also use Labrador tea to prepare a marinade. This will open your meats a whole new world of tastes and aromas!!