"Through a gap in the bracken and branches she could just see a patch of water in the creek and the sky above it. Then, with a thrill of memory, she saw again, after all those years, the bright Narnian stars. She had once known them better than the stars of our own world, because as a Queen in Narnia she had gone to bed much later than as a child in England. And there they were--at least, three of the summer constellations could be seen from where she lay: the Ship, the Hammer, and the Leopard. 'Dear old Leopard,' she murmured happily... Somewhere close by she heard the twitter of a nightingale beginning to sing, then stopping, then beginning again. It was a little lighter ahead. She went toward the light and came to a place where there were fewer trees, and whole patches or pools of moonlight, but the moonlight and the shadows so mixed that you could hardly be sure where anything was or what it was. At the same moment the nightingale, satisfied at last with his tuning up, burst into full song." (C.S. Lewis - Prince Caspian) A creamy blend with a touch of mint for Lucy's nighttime adventure.
This tea contains a high level of caffeine | Steep at 212° for 3 minutes.
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