Magic is called by many names in many cultures. Tea has often also been a strong component of many rituals and traditions. This tea features lemon grass, zesty and tangy with just a hint of sweetness, balanced with ginseng green that provides a rich sort of energy without any jitters and mellows out the bold lemon. Peppermint tickles on the tongue as this light, gentle tea goes down for a fresh finish. (See "Ingredients and Lore" for the story behind the tea.)
This tea contains a low level of caffeine | Steep at 200° for 4 minutes.
Seidr is the old Nordic term for magic -- specifically the brand wielded by the gods. It is an ancient, timeless force that only a select few (called Seidrmandrs) can command. Loki is one of the most skilled Seidrmandrs in mythology and one of the only on Asgard, which, Asgard being a warring realm, only fostered differences and mistrust. He is highly gifted in the ways of Seidr, a thing that, on another realm, would have been lauded. A mage-filled realm such as Jotunheim, for example.