Wandering the bookshop
Light shining and sparkling on dust
From tomes kept treasured
Pour a cup for the angel who is their trusted keeper.
Tea Notes: Sweet / Nutty / Magical
Caffeinated Tea Blend
Celebrating the angel Aziraphale from Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. One of our ineffable husbands, this blend is a delectable treat appropriate for our cheery angel himself. A breakfast style tea blend with sweet butterscotch and toasty buckwheat, like a delicious tea and pastry break all in one-with a bit of gold sparkle that glimmers merrily when brewed. I'd like to think the lighter half of our ineffable husbands would approve.
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.
Black tea, butterscotch crunch (coconut, sugar, natural flavors), buckwheat, and gold Brew Glitter.
All ingredients are organic.
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I’ve been waiting since summer last year for this blend to return to the shop and in large jar option ~! ♡
The Aziraphale Tea Blend was my third order from OGA and I absolutely fell in love when I tasted it, I had it almost every morning when I was on a week-long vacation last August. The black tea is a good pick-me-up while the butterscotch crunch and buckwheat had a sweet/nutty wheat taste that gives it a comforting feeling that just helps you unwind. (especially if you have a good book on hand to read).
And I you have a clear cup/teacup definitely enjoy the gold glitter swirling around.
I’ll be getting the brand new Crowley blend with my new big jar of Aziraphale, it'll be my first time trying that one so I’ll review my thoughts on that blend when I get the chance to taste it. ^^