This is my last love letter to you, though some would call it a confession. . .
Tea Notes: Seductive / Chocolatey / Spiced
Caffeinated Tea Blend
This tea has been made in collaboration with author S.T. Gibson to bring the brides of Dracula to life in her bloodthirsty polyamorous story. A seductive and dark blend of toasty hojicha tea rounded with cacao, earthy beet, and rooibos swirling with the aromatic spice notes of cardamom and sweet vanilla. It brews up a blood red color and has a toasty chocolate flavor perfectly spiced with the rounded note of vanilla to top it off. Aromatic and aphrodisiac, it is a fitting brew for this tale.
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Saved from the brink of death by a mysterious stranger, Constanta is transformed from a medieval peasant into a bride fit for an undying king. But when Dracula draws a cunning aristocrat and a starving artist into his web of passion and deceit, Constanta realizes that her beloved is capable of terrible things.
Finding comfort in the arms of her rival consorts, she begins to unravel their husband's dark secrets. With the lives of everyone she loves on the line, Constanta will have to choose between her own freedom and her love for her husband. But bonds forged by blood can only be broken by death.
The flavors and scent will change as the tea steeps, so be sure to take some time while your brew infuses to experience the journey.
Hojicha tea, cacao, beet root, rooibos, cardamom, and vanilla bean.
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Absolutely delightful. The flavors are so rich and decadent. The beet root doesn’t only add its earthiness but a vibrant ruby red color reminiscent of blood. It is by no means sugary and yet there is a dark sweetness to it. Perfect to curl up with on cool stormy evenings. I used 1 1/2 Tbsp for a large pot and found 6 minutes was a good steep to get the full flavor.