During the month of August only!Welcome to a cup full of flavor. Enjoy this months Chicory Chai and savor the flavors you have come to love in our classic Chai reinvented for a hearty and spicy cup without caffeine.Chicory most notably used in New Orleans Coffee to add dimension and flavor, comes with a host of health benefits. It has wonderful anti-inflammatory properties while it supports the gallbladder and liver. Chicory also contains inulin a soluble fiber that helps your digestive tract.This roasty root is blended with star anise, cardamon, and ginger to make a delicious herbal chai. The spices in chai are known for their ability to create feelings of well being and also have numerous health benefits. The Ginger is a digestive aid and a pain reducer, Cardamon gives support to the kidneys and elevates the mood, Clove supports overall health and also aids digestion. The list goes on and on but these words couldn’t possibly convince you better than trying a cup of this tasty brew could.
We will be vending at the
Philadelphia Honey Festival
at Wyck Historic House | Garden | Farm
September 9 * 10am-4pm
The Philadelphia Honey Festival at Wyck offers a variety of activities that celebrate and educate about our important friend, the honey bee! This always-popular event includes honey tastings, extractions, presentations, bee-bearding, mead making and tasting, and much more!
In addition to The Baird Sisters, Laura has also recorded with Espers, Death Vessel, Aroah, and The Trouble with Sweeney. Laura plays a wide variety of instruments, including banjo, flute, piano, harpsichord, guitar, trombone, theremin, and fiddle. She enjoys crossing and blending genres like folk, pop, classical, and electronic, and frequently collaborates with other artists and musicians who work in and between these genres.
Laura is also an enthusiastic collector and performer of traditional Appalachian music, drawing inspiration from both contemporary and historical ballad singers and musicians, as well as her great-great uncle Isaac Garfield “I.G.” Greer’s early recordings for the Library of Congress’ Archive of American Song.
Laura recently recorded Glenn Jones’ album, My Garden State(Thrill Jockey.) She is currently working on a solo full-length folk album.
Bea Troxel, a Nashville native, started writing songs in the tenth grade, but she did not take her own music seriously until she was a year out of college in Central PA working a desk job.
Music had always been a part of her life. In High School she played in a band called Bea, Rita, and Maeve (named “Best High School Band of 2013” by the Nashville Scene). The trio won Studio 360’s High School Battle of the Bands contest, and Thao Nguyen and Andrew W.K. covered Bea’s song, “The River,” as performed by Bea, Rita, and Maeve. Nguyen wrote of their music saying there was a “subtlety and refinement in the musicianship.”
Troxel played all through her time at Sewanee in southern TN, but she did not begin to seek out shows until she moved to Pennsylvania where she found herself in the midst of the Northeast DIY music scene. She opened for musicians such as Glenn Jones, Laura Baird, and Sons of an Illustrious Father, and played her first tour through the Northeast in April 2017. She recently moved back to Nashville and is recording her first full length record.
A silvery forest dream