Chaga Mycelium is found on Birch trees in colder Northern climates. It typically chooses an older damaged Birch tree as its host and works to both grow itself and heal the tree.
A black outside and golden in the middle and growing from the inside out of the tree, the fruiting body can be harvested for tea.
For centuries our ancestors globally have consumed this beverage for a variety of reasons and still over the years it continues to be.
Our team of expert foragers have a commitment to sustainable harvesting to protect both mushroom and tree. (The tree in this photo had to be taken down)
From the foraging to processing to steeping we take our time to save you yours. Ensuring each piece of the journey has been met with the most love and care.