The Good Neighbors Tea or Candle
Tuatha Dé Danann, The Fae, Faeries, The Good Neighbors have been written about as long as we have had the written word. Offerings to Them have included berries, cream, butter, sweet cakes and more. It is said if you can pick berries from a blackberry patch, one of your ancestors was likely fae.
Candle: It has bergamot for success, protective blackberry and raspberry, loving peony, sweet honeysuckle, and violet leaf for seeing The Good Neighbors.
Tasting Notes: This is a sweet blend of berries and cream.
Blended With: Apples, Rose Hips, Hibiscus, Blue Cornflowers, Blueberries, Strawberries, Raspberries, Raspberry Leaves, Natural Blackberry Flavor, Natural Strawberry Flavor, Natural Blueberry Flavor, Natural Creme Flavor
Suggested Brewing Time and Temperature: This fruit tea brews best 210 degrees for 5 minutes.
Presented in a 6 fl oz tin roughly 14-15 cups of tea. Presented in a 16 fl oz tin, roughly 40 cups of tea depending on preparation strength. Remember, don't try to make your tea stronger by steeping it longer, it'll get a bitter taste. Instead, increase the amount of tea you're using. Don't worry, you can always re-steep the leaves. The general rule is a heaping teaspoon for each teacup you’re brewing. If you’re using a larger mug, increase the tea too. If your tea tastes burned, use a lower temperature water.