Raiding local trees and throwing their leaves in boiling water cuts down on aphid infestations, but it won't make a good cup of tea. Enjoy leaf water made from ingestion-appropriate plants with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of loose-leaf teas, spices, and superfoods at Ubiquitous Journey in Puyallup.
Ubiquitous Journey stocks a stunning assortment of loose-leaf teas, herbs and salts, and healthful superfoods. Customers populate pots with teas such as earl grey ($4/oz.), rose-and-lavender-flavored Lovely Day ($6/oz.), or potent green matcha ($12/oz.), steeping stress-relieving cups. Slip nourishing doses of blue-green algae, spirulina, or chlorella into your next recipe ($5/oz.), or dust bee pollen ($3/oz.) on top of a garden’s birthday cake. More than 25 salt and pepper varieties ($3.50/oz.) lend nuanced flavors to every dish, and black-lava salt’s activated charcoal can help bodies release toxins. Ubiquitous Journey whisks together complementary spices into blends such as garam masala and jamaican jerk ($2.50–$4.25/oz.) to suit every meal, palate, and spice-rack color scheme.