What is Evening in Missoula tea?
Evening in Missoula is a Montana concoction wrapped up and blended into one sweet, legendary herbal tea. From the boisterous, western town of Missoula, Montana, this tea is a favorite of many far and wide across the fifty states and beyond!
Who makes Evening in Missoula tea?
Evening In Missoula Tea from Montana Tea & Spice Trading LLC. 24 teabags. A delicious gourmet herbal tea with chamomile, rosehips, lemon grass, papya leaf, peppermint, blackberry leaf, raspberry leaf, spearmint, lemon peel, alfalfa, wild cherry bark, wintergreen, star anise, vanilla, lavedar, red clover & stevia leaf.
Was Missoula a lake?
Glacial Lake Missoula was a large prehistoric lake in Western Montana created by Ice Age flooding. Glacial Lake Missoula was a massive prehistoric lake in Western Montana created by the Cordilleran Ice Sheet creeping south, blocking and damming the Clark Fork River near present day Lake Pend Orielle.
Why does Lake Missoula no longer exist?
Glacial Lake Missoula formed as the Cordilleran Ice Sheet dammed the Clark Fork River just as it entered Idaho. The rising water behind the glacial dam weakened it until water burst through in a catastrophic flood that raced across Idaho, Oregon, and Washington toward the Pacific Ocean.
How many times did Lake Missoula Flood?
It was the largest ice-dammed lake known to have occurred. The periodic rupturing of the ice dam resulted in the Missoula Floods – cataclysmic floods that swept across eastern Washington and down the Columbia River Gorge approximately 40 times during a 2,000 year period.
Why did Lake Missoula Flood?
These floods were the result of periodic sudden ruptures of the ice dam on the Clark Fork River that created Glacial Lake Missoula. After each ice dam rupture, the waters of the lake would rush down the Clark Fork and the Columbia River, flooding much of eastern Washington and the Willamette Valley in western Oregon.