A seemingly simple, yet pleasantly deep cup of tea.
Inspired and imbued with the Lord of the Sea’s energies, this tea can be drunk by the sea on a brisk day, or when you imagine the rhythmic waves crashing on the shore! Share a cup with Njordr, or simply offer it up to Him. Can certainly be enjoyed without any other purpose than enjoyment too!
Black tea mixed with fennel and cloves.
You can find the listing here, and check out my storefront here.
Like a walk through the orchard. The bees are buzzing in the flowers nearby, and fresh apples are enjoyed beneath the old trees. Slightly spiced, and oh so sweet.
Inspired and imbued with the sweet Orchard Keeper’s energies, this tea is a lovely way to relax outside, or dream of the ease of summer! Enjoy this tea as you contemplate what delicious apple goodies you’re going to be making, share a cup with Idunn, or simply offer it up to Her. Can certainly be enjoyed without any other purpose than enjoyment too!
You’ll find the listing here, and you can check out the storefront here for other delicious teas!
It is busy! But in a very happy way! I’m grateful for those who have bought my teas, I’m so excited to be making them, and excited to share things that are nom! I absolutely love tea, and making teas for my Gods and sharing with Them has been quite the experience. I can definitely say that the process has brought me closer to Them, made Them more tangible and present, as physical things are wont to do. And with tea, I ingest it, take it into myself, I share it with Them… it is an interesting and lovely experience, I must say!
Which is why it makes me excited to be doing this, to have thought to offer the same experience to others with their Gods/Spirits. I’m just super happy to be doing this… if you couldn’t already tell!
Now, the process of figuring out how best to ship has been an interesting journey, one I’ve hopefully figured out, at least for now and with the packaging I currently have for my teas. Also… let me say I hate that I can send something to the US for cheaper than within Canada. Ugh, I hate our Postal system. Thankfully I am able to send things quite cheaply here, but still. Makes no sense. Is anger making.
So besides all the tea-induced delirium, there’s lots of Yule preparations happening. I have my list of goodies I am making this year, as well as making teas for friends whom I did not have time to cross stitch something for. Also teas for family… teas for everyone! ;)
I’m hoping this year after all the festivities are over, I’m not going to get sick three times in close succession afterwards… that was… not fun. Hopefully my system will be able to handle all the social interactions and sick people better! Fingers crossed!
And lastly, a few weeks ago was time for a revelation in a dream. I haven’t shared about it because it had hit me right in the feels. I’m not going to go into much detail because I’m still processing this, as well as still figuring out what it means for me and my relationships with my Gods. Not to worry, I think it was a good thing to have seen, though not necessarily the happiest. Tears happened.
I don’t often dream about my Gods, though I have of Baldr the most this past year; and this dream was so very impactful, showed the connections that go beyond this life I live. And there was so much love. And I can’t even express how awed and grateful I am to Him for the experience of it, for sharing it with me.
It’s things like that that set me aright time and again, that let me know this is where I’m supposed to be.
A delicious, cider-like tea for sharing with your Disir, or to warm up after the cold outside.
The honeybush and apple really compliment each other, bringing out the fruit flavours of both, whilst still lending that honey-like flavour of the honeybush to the tea.
With this, cinnamon and ginger bring a sweet, warm deepness to the cup.
Cozy up with a good book and your family as you sip this tea that reminds us of home, and the women who provided home for us.
You can find Mother’s Night tea in my shop, The Forest Witch.
I’m so excited about this tea guys! Not only because it’s Harry Potter themed, but because it is the first of fantastical, story-based teas I’m going to be making!
This is definitely a tea to have for dessert! Though not so sweet you won’t want a second cup ;)
A yummy, sweet and full flavoured rooibos tea blended with butterscotch chips, cinnamon, allspice, ginger and coconut. This is one I’m personally going to be drinking all winter, along with Yule Father!
Have a look at the Butterbeer tea, or check out the shop to see what other scrumptious teas I have up!
A lovely warm drink for your Full Moon rituals or observance (no ritual required!). Green tea blended with mugwort, plum, fennel and jasmine. For a floral and fruity tea, it is surprisingly full flavoured.
Sold 20 teaspoons to a bag to bring you 20 cups of tea. Just add it to 1 cup of almost boiling water.
You can find the Full Moon tea here, and have a gander at my shop front here.
A yummy tea for the God of Thunder!
Black tea, peppermint, spearmint and Belgian milk chocolate steep together to make a delicious tea to share with Thor.
Black tea and chocolate provide a sweet, earthy, and warm base for the mints to float upon, reminding you of that storm on the horizon.
Have a looksee at Thor’s tea, or browse my shop!
I’m taking a few moments this morning for some prayers, though I’ll likely be talking to my Gods all day long about this atrocious attack.
I think now’s a good time for all of us to pray to our Gods, or work some magick, to wipe the extremist ISIL fucks from the face of our planet.
My thoughts and love are with you, Paris. <3