We could all use something sweet.
Tea Notes: Spiced / Chocolate / Rich
Caffeinated Tea Blend
Made in collaboration with Freydís Moon, Three Kings is a rich decadent brew for some cozy reading companionship to their book of the same name. This blend has a strong black tea base with cacao husk which combine to smell and taste like a decadently baked chocolate treat! Star anise joins with vanilla as a nod to the seductive Skúffukaka Ethan makes with a sweet dash of cinnamon. And orange ties it together like the ssnow plum that holds all so much of Ethan’s hopes in the story.
Want to learn more about Three Kings by Freydís Moon and get a copy of your own book to sip with your tea? Visit their website or read below for the description below:
A polyamorous modern-day fairytale filled with magical flora, cozy romance, and Icelandic folklore…Ethan Shaw—lighthouse keeper and local witch—lives a charmed life in his chilly, coastal hometown. Blessed with a flourishing garden and a stable livelihood, Ethan can’t complain. But when his husband, Captain Peter Vásquez, brings home a wounded leopard seal after an impromptu storm, Ethan is faced with a curious situation: caring for a lost selkie named Nico Locke.As Ethan struggles with the possibility of being infertile, insecurities surrounding his marriage, and a newly formed magical bond with a hostile, handsome selkie, his comfortable life begins to fracture. But could breakage lead to something better?With autumn at their heels and winter on the horizon, Ethan, Peter, and Nico test the boundaries of a new relationship, shared intimacy, and the chance at a future together.
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.
Black tea, cacao husk, orange peel, star anise, cinnamon, and vanilla bean.
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This blend is unabashedly sweet, but never cloying. I'd never tried any blends with cacao before so I wasn't sure what to expect, but this tastes like a less dense, less sugary orange hot chocolate. It is smooth and decadent, but not heavy, and it pairs perfectly with the book it's inspired by (as well as rain, rocky seaside vistas, and cozy sweaters). This tea is perfect for the end of those long days, when the world just needs a bit more softness.