Cratakardia (Organic Lemon Raspberry Herbal Tea)

‘Cratakardia’ came out of the fact that there’s been quite a bit of stress in our lives of late.  Some of it is direct and personal, and some of it falls into the “due to existential dread” category. The exact reasons why aren’t germane to the creation of this tea, Continue Reading →

Love, Brew Love (Organic Cinnamon Orange Rosehip Lemongrass Herbal Tea)

This tea is another first for us. Mister Tea made the first test batch.  This is his first tasty tea creation. I’d had a truly terrible day.  The sort of day that is made of so much pain and angst and misery that there’s not enough processing left for anything Continue Reading →

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 →

SereniTea: Comfort & Joy (Organic Herbal Tea for Stress, Anxiety, and Illness)

The holiday season, whichever one you speak of, can be glorious and beautiful and bring you happiness as you spend time with friends and family. The preparation for those events, however, can be stressful enough to make your head explode and your body more prone to various infections and illnesses. Continue Reading →

Gysahl Green (Organic Green Tea with Lemongrass, Lemon Peel, and Calendula)

This entry is part 5 of 9 in the series 8 Bit Beverages

2015 has been quite a Year for us.  I won’t go into all the details here, but it has been the sort of year where instead of waiting for the other shoe to drop we’ve been waiting for the torrential rain of shoes to end. A month or so into Continue Reading →

Allerg-Ease (Organic Tea for Allergies)

Amusingly, this tea falls into a couple of our categories.  It was both necessary for me to create to feel like I was taking care of Mister Tea appropriately, and just seemed like a thing that we should have on hand. Mister Tea suffers from allergies that, twice a year, provoke Continue Reading →