Samhain Organic Loose-Leaf Tea
Black tea blend – contains caffeine
The Witchwood Teahouse’s Samhain Organic Loose-Leaf Tea is an invigorating blend of rich and sweet cinnamon, fragrant star anise, whole clove buds, ginger, and quality black tea, perfect for warming from the inside out.
Our black tea is moderately caffeinated, kosher, and Fairtrade certified. This is the perfect tea for autumn and well into winter.
Every purchase is eco-conscious and sustainable. We never add unnecessary ingredients like additional “flavorings”, colorings, or artificial sweeteners. Our packaging and shipping materials are also eco-conscious. You can trust that in every cup, you get organic and natural tea the way nature intended.
Sold in three bags sizes-
Small or sample size bag: yields approximately 6-8 cups of brewed tea
Medium bag: yields approximately 36 cups of brewed tea
Large bag: yields approximately 45 cups of brewed tea
The total amount of tea brewed will depend on your flavor preference, how long you allow the tea to brew, and the cup size.
Packaged in gusseted bags. Store tightly sealed in a dark, cool, dry place for up to 6 months.
To brew, add a 1-1½ tsp of this tea in a strainer or loose in your cup with 6-8oz boiling water for 3-5 minutes or until your desired strength. You may also brew your tea using an iced or cold brew method, perfect for hot days.
Bright Blessings 🌒🌕🌘
If you are a Witch you feel it, we are well into what is called The Season of the Witch. Many of us feel something that can’t be described. Mysteries are present, doors open, Magick is easy to manifest, and we feel things more deeply than we might at other points in the seasonal calendar. Like the trees bursting with color, we too seem to be emanating and receiving an abundance of energy. Perhaps this energy is present to help us through the long dark winter or perhaps it is because the veils are thin. Perhaps it is a little of both. Undoubtedly, the wheel of the year has once again turned and we are where we need to be.
Samhain (usually pronounced Sow-win) is the Gaelic festival honoring the darker half of the year when the harvests are complete or at their very end. It takes place at sunset on October 31 through sunset on November 1. Samhain is also a time to honor and remember our ancestors, departed loved ones, and recognize the thinning spiritual veils. It is also a time to prepare for and recognize our own spiritual renewal and rebirth.
Cultures (modern and ancient) all over the world have their own version of Samhain. Many observances seem to take place around the same time of the year and are known by many other names. Some common names are The Witches’ New Year, Halloween, All Hallows Eve, Feast of the Dead, Day of the Dead/Dia De Los Muertos, etc. I am sure you can name much more on your own.
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