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Macungie Mountain Herb Farm is both a bonafide five-acre farm on the top of a mountain in PA and a mobile restaurant featuring fresh squeezed lemonade and herbal teas stand.
While the farm is not open to the public, our mobile lemonade/tea stand can bring all the gloriousness of the mountaintop farm gardens directly to you.
Check out the weekly menu and pre-order for pick up at the market.
Call 917-288-3936 to place your order.
Our mission: To connect people to the calming, refreshing and healing influence of the earth through the aromas and tastes of locally grown herbal teas, flowers and fruits, together with and fresh squeezed lemonade.
We provide dried and prepared home grown, artisan herbal teas and fresh squeezed lemonade to go with herbal, floral and fruit infusions that will “quench your senses.”
Joyce explains what using herbs means to her, “To me herbs awaken the senses and make a person feel alive. I planted many of these herbs years ago because I am enchanted by the way they smell. Later, I learned about the healing properties of herbs and flower essences which I find quite amazing. If you research any given herb from fennel to mint, you will find that these plants not only smell and taste great, but that they can play an important role in maintaining your good health.
Presently, we are at the Wrightstown Winter Market.
You can find us later in the year at the Muhlenberg College Farmers Markets (twice a year Spring and Fall), the Saucon Valley Farmers Market (Sunny Sundays from 9 am - 1 pm ,) and the Swarthmore Farmers Market 9:30 to 1:30 and Wrightstown Farmers Market on alternating Saturdays.
Until further notice, all orders will be pre-order, prepay and grab and go at the market.
What seems to be everyone’s perennial favorite? Fresh Squeezed Lemonade. What makes people the most happy? Fresh Squeezed Lemonade with the Pink Hibiscus Option (which comes out of the Magic Teapot together with one FREE wish.
While you can have lemonade “straight up,” we are veritable mixologists of lemonade, blending herbal tea infusions or floral or fruit simple syrups with fresh squeezed lemonade. Try some of these flavors:
Lemon Verbena Lemonade
Strawberry Lemonade (seasonal)
Basil Lemonade (seasonal)
Peach Lemonade (seasonal)
Watermelon Mint Lemonade (seasonal)
Rosemary Lemonade (seasonal)
Sage Lemonade (seasonal)
Can’t decide? Combinations are welcome. Creativity is encouraged!
Choose from our amazing locally grown (right on the mountain) teas:
In order to comply with the new requirements, all purchase must be pre-ordered. Please call 917-288-3936 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
When they are in season, our lemonade is garnished with happy, peppery nasturtiums. Other popular garnishes include fresh chocolate mint or peppermint, lemon verbena. lemon balm, fresh fennel, bee balm flowers or zinnias in your glass.
We offer a limited amount of hand picked and custom blended dried teas to our customers to make at home
Our products and services are "a warm hug in a cup."
Find us at these seasonal farmers markets:
In order to sell teas and fresh squeezed lemonade, I needed to get all of the approvals for a mobile restaurant. This means that, when asked, I can prepare Asian Veggie Stir Fry (with Brown Rice and Locally Grown Vegetables seasoned with Garlic, Ginger, Soy Sauce and Sesame Oil.) I can also set up my mobile Ooni wood fired oven and make Plein Air Artisan Sourdough Pizza with Local Vegetables and/or Sausage.
Schedule a Teddy Bear Tea Party for your child's birthday.
We offer natural several immune system boosters to keep you safe:
1. Herbal Tea: Herbal tea is proven to help you maintain your health. We offer ten varieties grown on the farm at the top of Macungie Mountain.
2. Elderberry Syrup
Available in two sizes, 8 oz. for $20 and 16 oz. for $30
3. Local Raw Honey
Available in 4 oz for $5, 8 oz. for $8 and $16 oz. for $16. Comes in an attractive glass Muth bottle with cork, suitable for gift-giving
We grow our own...rose hips (pictured here) and a long list of herbs that include: