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! 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.
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 ❤
A bright and comforting cup of green tea sprinkled with flowers, with a dash of coconut and fruit juices to sweeten this delightful tea.
A delicate green tea base carries jasmine, rose and lavender flowers, providing quite a luxurious aroma. Orange, coconut, papaya and mango take you far off to warm lands where the lands provide such delicious delights.
Share this tea with Durga Herself, offer a cup to Her, or simply enjoy!
You can find Durga’s tea here, or if you’re looking for Someone else’s tea, check out the Devotional Teas section!
Can you hear the call of the pipes on the winds winding through the forest? Light feet dancing here and there, but you’re unsure of exactly where?
A lovely green cup, reminiscent of the light filtered through summer’s high green canopy. Mint carries Pan’s music to your ears, whilst the marshmallow and apple entices you to stay a while, no maybe longer, just a bit longer. Lavender ties it together, offering a woody essence to the blend.
Offer a cup up to Pan Himself, share with Him, or simply enjoy!
You can find Pan’s tea here, and find other devotional teas here
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.