For Loki, lies roll right off of a silver tongue with bite and panache. Creamy Earl Grey moonlight balances the smoky bit of gunpowder, and spearmint makes it as pleasing to the tongue as a well-crafted lie. Smooth, with just a hint of the smoke and mirrors that discretely hide the truth when it suits. (See "Ingredients and Lore" for the story behind the tea.)
This tea contains a moderate level of caffeine | Steep at 200° for 3 minutes.
The best lies always contain some aspect of the truth. When crafted just so, they are kind to the ear and smooth on the tongue. In mythology, the name "Liarsmith" is used frequently in reference to Loki, implying his aptitude for forging mistruths. The popular -- if unflattering -- nickname, Liarsmith embodies a darker, more manipulative side of the god of Mischief, proving that he can bend people to his will, oftentimes without their knowledge. A simple white lie from his lips can move mountains where others are concerned.