Hogwarts Christmas Collection - Looseleaf Tea Set
Merry Christmas to all ye Witches and Wizards of Hogwarts! This warm and tasty collection of seasonal blends is a staple of Christmas celebrations in Hogwarts' Great Hall. Weasley's Christmas Morning, a rooibos blend of roasted apple and chocolate chips, Hogsmeade Village Christmas Looseleaf, a mint green tea and Yule Ball Brew, a vanilla rooibos delight with bits of orange, are included in the selection served to students after the feast.
Weasley's Christmas Morning is a fun and festive blend of rooibos tea, roasted apple, hibiscus and chocolate chips. This family recipe represents the coming together of family and friends during the holiday season. It has a sweet and sour bite with hints of apple cider and cinnamon.
Take home a staple of the most beautiful holiday village with Hogsmeade Village Christmas Looseleaf. Sold at the taverns and inns of the medieval town, this brew is served to travellers on cold and snowy winter days. The simple combination of green tea and mint is sure to refresh every witch and wizard.
Yule Ball Brew is a taste of the wizardly holiday dance. Each Christmas day, fourth year students will gather for a festive and elegant ball. This delightful vanilla rooibos looseleaf with hints of orange has been traditionally served after the Christmas feast for centuries. The brew is said to kindle lust, emotion and affection for those who consume it.
1 Bag = 50 grams/roughly 17-18 tbsp looseleaf (0.75 - 1 tbsp per 1 cup of 8/oz tea) Instructions: Bring water to a boil, pour and let looseleaf tea steep for around 5 minutes.
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To keep your brews and blends fresh, store the bags in a cool and dark spot. This will prolong the life of the tea to 1-2 years, depending on the ingredients. Teas containing dehydrated fruits including apple, orange and pumpkin are best kept in a cool location and have a lower shelf life than those that do not.
When is the best before date of my tea?
It includes dehydrated fruit: typically 6 months
It does not include any fruit: typically 1 - 1.5 years