The one where I talk about my Gods, and yes, there’s a bit of waffling here because I was kind of all over the place this morning, thinking about other things too 😛
Am I caught up? I think I’m caught up… I hope! 😛
In which I chat about my relationship with broom closets… 😉
I’ve been strong-armed into participating in the YouTube Pagan Challenge!! Well, lovingly by Jo 😉
I will likely change up how I video… but I’m (fortunately?) much too tired to have re-recorded it! I don’t want to be as close next time, also on a day that is not so terribly dark! Oh how perfectionism stinks sometimes, nothing is ever good enough! 😛
Anywho, join in if you haven’t already, or take a look at all the witchy videos!! ❤
Oh I am so happy to be mixing tea again! What a bluster of a holiday season that leaves me every so tired and in need of hibernation!
Sweet and juicy pear glazed with gingered maple syrup. A treat in the middle of winter as the light slowly returns.
This tea will certainly keep you warm on those cold winter nights, whilst reminding you of the fruits of summer the trees will soon burst forth in a frenzy to grow. Enjoy as you plan the coming year’s crops, whether literally in the garden, or within yourself; offer up tea to the youthful God growing ever stronger in light; or offer it to the land and wights.
As always, this tea is delicious to sip if for no other reason than pleasure.
Before I get into this lovely tea, yay for light boxes! I was going to list this yesterday, and what happened? Well the clouds decided to make it super dark out ALL DAY. Which isn’t very long seeing as I’m in the Northern Hemisphere! So I broke down and finally made a light box… which admittedly took like 5 minutes to build… yep.
So here is Forseti’s Tea! When deciding what ingredients to blend for Him, I thought of what kind of mood I would need to be in to make decisions, to use good judgement in my life whether it’s deciding career moves, or mediating between people, or anything else that has many sides to the problem that needs to be factored in so that I can make the best decision for all involved.
And this tea was created.
Chamomile to calm the mind, though not quite enough to make one sleepy! Lemon and lemon balm provide a boost to get your thinker a thinking, whilst lavender and fennel allow purity and clarity of mind. It’s quite a lovely, gentle tea.
If you are looking for another Deity’s tea, check out my Devotional Teas section.
A warm and spicy blend for the Skald Himself.
This is how I imagine poetry tastes like, sweet, slightly spicy, and warming.
Offer this to Bragi, share a cup with Him, or simply enjoy as you peruse a book of poetry. Also a fortification whilst writing your own stories or songs!
Comes in a 20 serving bag of 1 tsp per cup of water.
And of course, my fantastical teas, which will be based on delicious foods and drinks to be found in fantastical stories. Currently, there is only Butterbeer, but I am working on Turkish Delight (no worries, I won’t be putting any evil magick inside the tea, compelling you to betray your siblings most horribly 😉 ).
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.
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!
A yummy, hearty tea for the Vanic Lord.
Dates, oats and allspice all on a delicious black tea bed.
I love the way that the oats lend a creamy and full mouth feel to it! This is definitely a good tea to keep you warm come the winter months.