Hermes Tea

Hermes

Simply delicious strawberries drizzled with cinnamon-scented honey, peppered with pomegranate pips.

This is a fantastic tea for warmer weather, in fact, it would make a delicious iced tea! Just remember you need 1.5 times the amount to get a potent enough iced tea (so where it would take 1 tsp for one cup of water if you were having warm tea, for iced tea, you need 1.5 tsp per cup of water).

Fruity honeybush tea provides a lovely base for strawberries, hibiscus adds a fantastic tart flavour, further enhancing the strawberries and hint of pomegranate. Saffron pops and helps add to the lovely orange colour of the brewed tea, and cinnamon adds quite a lovely, sweet warmth to the palate. Honey adds the final touch to this tea that’s sure to get you going out the door onto your next adventure.

Offer it to Hermes by itself, or share a cup with Him!
And as always, you can most definitely drink to simply enjoy!

You can find Hermes’ tea here, and other devotional teas here.

Pan Tea

Pan

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

Aphrodite Tea

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Enjoy the tartness of fresh strawberries in the garden, smoothed with a hint of vanilla in a glorious deep pink cup.

Hibiscus provides the delicious base of this tea, adding the lovely fresh fruit tangy flavour, while strawberries sing out amongst roses and vanilla.

Offer up a cup to Aphrodite Herself, or share with Her. You are most definitely welcome to simply enjoy this delicious cup if you wish!

You can find Aphrodite’s tea here, and remember to have a look at the other devotional deity teas I offer can be found here!