Here it is--the first of the Cenezoic blends! Be sent to the misty bogs of Ireland with this blend of classic Irish breakfast tea, and a mix of fresh berries and heavy cream--when I visited the beautiful isle, berries and cream was one of the first dishes I had. I also debated using forest berries, but I promise that they will make an appearance in one of my other Cenezoic blends. The dark softness of this blend brings to mind the peaceful nature of deer, as they graze their territory with the majesty of a ruler. (Anyone thinking Thrainduil?...)
This tea contains a high level of caffeine | Steep at 212° for 3 minutes.
Also known as the Irish Elk, this species is the largest known deer to have existed--its body was about the size of an Alaskan moose, but its antlers were twelve feet from tip to tip. It was believed to have gone extinct because 1) its antlers simply grew too large for the animals to function, 2) the calcium and phosphate deposits of a changing climate were not enough to support the growth of their antlers and thus caused them osteoporosis, and/or 3) it was apparently, in the words of my mother, magically delicious.
this blend is in a 'ship
Megaloceros giganteus has hooked up with Paraceratherium orgosensis .
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