Death Eaters Tea Club-quarterly Autumn box

Welcome back fellow Death Eaters and Potterheads who find themselves drawn to the dark arts. Another season has come to pass and with it, a new quarterly box delivery from Death Eaters Tea Club. The fourth in the series of DETC boxes saw a slight price increase to align it with the Auror tea box;... Continue Reading →

Death Eater’s Tea Club-quarterly Summer box

Ahoy there and welcome back fellow Death Eaters. Riddle's Tea Shoppe has done it again with the latest Death Eaters Tea Club box, and how. Sporting an assortment of summer flavors and accessories full of whimsy and kitschy detail that makes my summer-lovin, death-eatin, tea-drinkin heart soar with glee.As in the previously reviewed DETC boxes,... Continue Reading →

Notes from the Stash: Tea edition

Heads up, I'm chatting tea scents not actual tea leaves today. I chat up teas too, in fact I have two new tea hauls to review next month. Someone around here really fancies tea lately (it's me), seeing as it's a favorite scent trend in 2018, I had a dig through my stash to see... Continue Reading →

Death Eaters Tea Club- Spring box reveal

With the best intentions of featuring this box earlier, travel and illness got in the way and caused a few days' delay. Death Eaters Tea Club is beyond compare for a subscription box, both in content and design. The incredible artist, Aun-Juli Riddle, creates tea blends, artwork and accessories based on the Wizarding World of... Continue Reading →

Death Eaters Tea Club-quarterly Winter box

Great news! Santa received my letter and didn't even bat a twinkling eye at my wish for goods called, Death Eaters Tea Club; thanks for not being judge-y Santa. This is the premiere box of fandom-inspired tea designed by Riddle's Tea Shoppe, mentioned in early December. The cost was $37 and arrived about 3 weeks from... Continue Reading →

Riddle’s Tea Shoppe and Wizardry

When I proclaimed I'd increase my tea consumption earlier this year, I meant it. Notwithstanding the considerable slow down over the summer, as I require a chilly night to truly enjoy a warm cuppa, I have elevated my tea game and branched out with a few flavored blends. Why yes, that is the one ring... Continue Reading →

Tea and transformation

At the beginning of each yoga class, we are asked to set an intention for that day's practice. It could be a phrase, a word, or a goal to focus on. At the end of the practice we offer that intention up, as if dedicating it out into the world. My intention should be to... Continue Reading →

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