Dragon’s Thorn (Organic Lemongrass Rosehip Oolong)

Tea ideas come from many places. In this particular case, I had gone to the Twitterverse to ask what people might like to see in an oolong. The conversation went a number of different directions, and this tea was one of the results.  Chatting about tea always gives me ideas Continue Reading →

Dragon’s Enlightenment (Organic Jasmine Oolong Tea)

The oolong teas we have created lately are a bit more work-a-day than many of our teas. When I first began working with tea, it was primarily about the herbs, putting all the study I’d done into play as helpful tisanes for health and well-being. When we first began creating Continue Reading →

Taste of the Summerlands

‘Taste of the Summerlands’ was inspired by a carbonated tastiness we found at one of our local markets.  It was a day of outings and adventure for me – which are relatively rare, cherished, and highly valued.  (Also often a bad idea, physically, but mental and emotional health are important, Continue Reading →

No Place Like Home (Organic Rosehip Vanilla Lemon Rooibos)

This entry is part 7 of 12 in the series ChariTeas

We’ve mentioned our new favorite pet rescue, Positive Paws Rescue Transport, a few times over the past year. They have helped us to make relatively grand strides in dealing with Dulce’s separation anxiety, as well as helping her to remember how to make friends with other dogs.  (She wasn’t aggressive, Continue Reading →

Bonnie’s Blessing (Organic Lavender Lemon Herbal Tea for Sleep)

This entry is part 4 of 12 in the series ChariTeas

2015 has been an interesting year for us, in the Chinese curse sort of way, on some levels. We had a month pretty much made of funerals, followed by a broken thumb for Mister Tea, and a hand injury for me (worry trumped sense and I got it in the Continue Reading →

Tea at Pemberley (Lavender Earl Grey)

I love making tea.  This is not something that can really be questioned.  I love the process of creating a new taste that makes people happy.  I find a special sort of joy in still being able to be that strange combination of creative and useful that taking a request Continue Reading →

Katie’s Consolation (White Tea with Jasmine and Nettle)

Katie’s Consolation began as a long conversation regarding tea, and some of the issues people with certain health conditions have with drinking tea. We’d already started working on a medicinal tea for her, but we also wanted to create a tasty tea that would give her back some of what Continue Reading →