Crisp autumn nights call for warmth and comfort and little can better provide them than an autumn bonfire. Behold our bonfire blend: Honeybush hazelnut and cocoa nibs relax and ground you, while a spice blend of aniseed, cinnamon, clove and orange peel offer cozy comfort and zest. Apples and rose hips add soft sweetness while lapsang and red peppercorn offer hints of smoke and the flickering spark of heat. A perfect tea for fireside enjoyment or downtime dreaming.
This tea contains trace amounts of caffeine | Steep at 212° for 5 minutes.
blended with honeybush tea, apple pieces, aniseed, lapsang souchong tea, cocoa nibs, rose hips, cinnamon bark, red peppercorn, orange peels, cloves, natural cinnamon flavor, natural orange flavor, safflower and natural hazelnut flavor
The bonfire has been used as a symbol of celebration in many cultures throughout time. In Ireland, bonfires are lit on October 31st to celebrate Samahain, a Gaelic harvest festival associated with Halloween. Guy Fawkes Night in England, observed on November 5th, commemorates the failure of an attempted plot to blow up King James I. The custom has lost its violent origins and is now more of a social event.