March Collections Release

Hello, lovelies!

This month, I’ve decided I want to start releasing new creations just once a month. Not only will this help me get all the teas and things I want to create created, but it will also keep me much more organized! Especially because I am now running a rep program on Instagram. I need to get teas out early to reps so that they can share them slightly before the teas go live in the shop.

So this month is going to be late as I aim for mid-month releases going forward.

Without further ado, today in the shop two collections went live.

Shireling teas: Frodo Baggins, Bilbo Baggins, Merry Brandybuck, Samwise Gamgee, and Pippin Took

Shireling teas! A tea for each of our favourite hobbits: Frodo, Sam, Merry, Pippin, and who could forget Bilbo? Each one of these was very inspired by the delicious foods and copious treats that permeate the Shire. You can find all of my Lord of the Rings teas here.

New Celtic Deity Teas: Manannan Mac Lir, Brighid, Oghma, and Danu

And the second collection is a few new blends for the following Celtic deities, Manannan Mac Lir, Brighid, Ogham, and Danu.
This is a collection I will continue to expand upon in the future, as there are plenty other Celtic deities I know you and others would love to have access to. The same idea will go for the Greek deities as well.
You can find all of my Celtic Deity teas here.

I hope you have a most excellent, and hopefully sunny weekend, loves! I’ll be creating a post soon inspired by a video I put up on Instagram and Facebook about how I create teas. It has so much to do with story telling ❤

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Cannabis Inspired Tea with Green Moon Apothecary

Ostara Box by Green Moon Apothecary

Hello witches, and happy March!

When asked by fellow Canadians Vanessa and Amanda of Green Moon Apothecary to work with them on their Ostara box, I was thrilled! They’re Torontonians who create Sabbat boxes with wonderful witchy items with a cannabis bend. There’ve been candles, crystal pipes, soap, just fantastic items that are great for self-care, and upping the magick in cannabis use.

I was super excited to hear from them, yet, not only did they want to include my Ostara tea, but create a brand new Green Moon tea that was inspired by the flavours (terpenes) found in cannabis!

I began with an article they wrote about terpenes in cannabis, then off to other research around the internet, because I just can’t stop there! I was left to my own devices, and decided on an Iron Goddess oolong for the base of this tea. 

I love Iron Goddess oolong, it’s got this lovely flavour that’s green/grassy, yet not bitter, and has this lovely, subtle floral and citrus magick happening.

To pair with the citrus especially, I decided to add lemongrass. A little hint of spearmint, and a good helping of mango flavour, and voila! This blend is likely going to be in heavy rotation over the summer (I think it would work well iced with a bit of lemon juice), and when I use cannabis. It’s obviously a great way to make sure you don’t get too dried out when you consume 😉 

If you do happen to get one of these Ostara boxes, I hope you see why I’m excited about the Green Moon tea! And you’ll be one of the lucky few who get to enjoy it as it isn’t up in my shop

I think the tea would pair wonderfully with an Ostara, or spring-themed guided meditation whilst high. There are a plethora of meditations around the internet, and if you don’t want to have to do much work, you’ll find them on Youtube. It’s never a bad idea to create a special meditation that really focuses on some of the things that will be very important to you during the Ostara season.

I hope no matter how you spend Ostara, you enjoy yourself, and hopefully you’ll also enjoy some bright sunshine!

Luna et Stellae

Tonight is the release of my Luna et Stellae box!

It’s a collection that has been inspired by the moon and stars (as the title suggests 😉 ) , which have always been such a great source of wonder and almost a touchstone in my life. It’s something I always return to, gazing up into the depths of the night sky.

In the box, is a tin of Luna et Stellae tea. It’s a blend of green and oolong teas, with hibiscus, jasmine, and cornflower. The flavour notes are a heady swirl of jasmine, strawberry, and caramel. Each tin contains enough tea for 60 servings, and this tea won’t appear again in the shop unless I release another limited run.

Then is the stunning stars and moons windchime made of white onyx. I absolutely adore the one I have hanging up in my window, the tinkling would truly make for a wonderful soundtrack to looking up at the stars.

For each box, I painted a unique moon and stars piece. A silver moon that contains a nebula, golden stars surround it upon a textured, deep blue background.

And finally is my current favourite tea infuser. It’s a mesh basket that can hold a serious amount of tea. I wouldn’t be surprised if it worked quite well in most teapots.


I’m so excited to be putting something new together in the shop, and I’m already planning the next box. I just love the ability to dream up a vision/feeling of something, and have it come to life with curated items. It’s magick, truly! And it’s even more magickal that I can share that with others as well!