first for the magical black drink of yaupon
, the other
Examples include the A Drink Has No Name, featuring theobromine-rich yaupon
tea, smoked ginger honey, clove, mint, lemon, bourbon and rum; and the Sasquash-butternut squash, sage, nutmeg, black pepper, burnt sugar and gin.
In light of coffee's potential adverse environmental effects, some Americans are turning to a more local source instead: yaupon
. This increasingly popular drink is native to the southeast United States and contains a caffeine level that falls between black tea and coffee.
holly is a native invasive restricted to much of the South.
You could try yaupon
or American hollies or larger forms of false cypress.
System stability is usually considered by the Yaupon
Associated species in the region include yaupon
(Ilex vomitoria Ait.), American beautyberry (Callicarpa americana L.), gum bumelia (Bumelia lanuginosa Michx.) and eastern baccharis (Baccharis halimifolia L.).
A quick mental inventory of plants reassures me of my location, however: gnarled and twisted live oaks, eastern red cedars, yaupon
holly and the lianas themselves--the native muscadine grape, Vitis rotundifolia.
Blumenthal said herbs such as saffron (Crocus sativus), and yaupon
holly (Ilex vomitoria) are ingredients to watch.
She might continue, nevertheless, into the evergreen thicket of yaupon
beside the dam where she could hear the flutter of birds building their nests, frantic in their need to reproduce.
The understory was dominated by yaupon
(Ilex vomitoria) with lesser amounts of red bay (Persea borbonia) and cabbage palmetto (Sabalpalmetto) (Table 2).