His Name is Ed

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  • “It’s September! And I am wishing so much for cold weather- no dice. It’s going to be 112 here this weekend. Sigh. But I shall drink this nice lavender tea to try to encourage cold weather. Am I the...” Read full tasting note

From Old Growth Alchemy

Celebrating the hit new series, Our Flag Means Death, this blend is crafted after Edward Teach, or as he is fearsomely known: Blackbeard. A dark brew of three different black teas swirls together with some yummy lavender to celebrate the softer side of our favorite pirate duo. Each jar is topped with a single red candy heart, reminiscent of the final reveal of Blackbeard’s flag.

Recommend infusion of 1-2 tablespoon of loose tea per 8 oz of hot water and infusing for at least 5 minutes. The flavors and scent will change the longer it steeps, so be sure to take some time while your brew infuses to experience the journey.

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Black tea blend and lavender.

All ingredients are organic.

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It’s September! And I am wishing so much for cold weather- no dice. It’s going to be 112 here this weekend.
Sigh.
But I shall drink this nice lavender tea to try to encourage cold weather. Am I the only one who thinks that lavender is a cold weather flavor?

gmathis

I get that … lavender is a little cloying in tea, and it sounds like your weather is cloying enough!

derk

110s :(

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