Crowley: An Angel who did not so much Fall as Saunter Vaguely Downwards
Tea Notes: Spiced / Rich / Mischievous
Caffeinated Tea Blend
Celebrating the demon Crowley from Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. One of our ineffable husbands, this blend is made of black tea with fiery petals of safflower, this brew has a touch of sweetness from apple and cinnamon, a curious spice of galangal, bit of peppercorn, and the barest whisper of heat from chipotle. A blend fit for a demon who is more prone to mischief than actual evil.
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, apple, cinnamon, galangal, black pepper, safflower, chipotle pepper.
All ingredients are organic.
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I really enjoy that more spicy notes are very subtle, and overall flavor feels very balanced. Perfect spiced black tea for a cozy day indoors.
This blend is a perfect tea tribute to our most beloved troublemaking (little bit of a sweetheart) Serpent of Edan.
I just can’t truly explain how much I’ve come to love this blend! It’s so rich and comforting with the black tea and tasty spices, and no Crowley inspired tea would be complete without mouthwatering apples in the mix.
Besides having it anytime of the year this would absolutely make a great tea to have during autumn.
So raise a tea cup/mug for a toast to the mischievous demon Crowley!