Leviathan Tea Blends
So, I found out that after my three other blends groups, I had 5 more spots to make blends, so I figured why not make some for this fabulous series? It deserves a lot more attention. Plus, the labels were super fun to make/draw/do stuff. Without further delay, the teas:
Prince Aleksandar of Hohenberg - Chestnut, almond oolong, and lapsang souchong with cocoa nibs. A bit haughty, a bit naive, but a comforting and warm-hearted tea nevertheless, with a hint of smoke from hanging about in all those Walkers.
Midshipman Dylan Sharp - Irish breakfast, rooibos lemon cloud, and spiced mate. A robust cup of black tea, certain to wake you up and get you going in the mornings, with tart citrus, and…was that a bit of girlish vanilla? Nah, it can’t be.
Dr. Emma Nora Barlow - Earl grey moonlight, rooibos vanilla chai, and apricot. Smooth and sophisticated and a little bit sweet, with tenacious, well-traveled spices. Rest assured, there’s a lot more to this blend than it lets on at first.
Lilit, the Revolutionary - Grapefruit oolong, mango mate, and green chai with ginger. One thing’s for certain, this blend isn’t subtle. Spicy, determined green chai and mate, combined with a punch of grapefruit and mango, this tea is confident and straight forward.
Wildcount Ernst Volger - Gunpowder, spiced green, and pu erh dante. Dry, refined, and almost bitter, with a hint of spice and an hidden earthiness reminiscent of a naturalist.