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Brother, Captain, King

Brother, Captain, King

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This blend is inspired by The Lord of the Rings. Check out the entire delicious collection here!

The hands of a king and a healer are present in this tea, waiting to guide you through the twisting woods. Bright blackberry and sage mingle with mulberry sweetly in an intoxicating ranger's perfume. Steep again, and what do you find? Cedar resin and peppercorn. Steep again, and what do you find? Charcoal roasted oolong, that old friend which has walked beside you along the path, has opened and melded into a sweet magnolia blossom fragrance. The lingering flavors of all infusions evoke a day spent striding through woods at once strange and familiar.

Ingredients: Roasted oolong tea, western red cedar tips, mulberry leaf, black peppercorn, blackberry, white sage

Steep at 195° F or 90.6°C for 2-5 min

Approximately 45mg of caffeine per cup

Blend by Greg

This blend is available 9/1-3/3 in our Fall & Winter fandom rotations!

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Margaret
Smells like home

I never cared for Oolong, until I tried this woodsy blend that combines the earthy tea with favorite forest smells. Bonus: it smells like the plants outside my childhood home ^_^

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Joel Gudinho

A delightfully refreshing blend that has become my go to tea during the summer. My only regret is not stocking up on more while it was still in season.

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Hanna Christiansen-Houser
Keeps my attention

It really is delightfully different with every cup.

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Lou
Amazing

This is delicious, and the only way I can describe its character is that they've managed to create positive masculinity in tea form. You will feel about 5% more butch just inhaling the steam, but in a quiet, grounded, outdoorsy sort of way.

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Tim O
Really excellent blend

I did not expect this blend to be as good as it is. Just looking at the ingredient statement, it seems odd but it's really delicious