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Starry-Eyed Dreamer

Starry-Eyed Dreamer

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Starry-Eyed Dreamer is a special blend supporting the Muscular Dystrophy Association.  For every ounce of tea, $3 is donated to the MDA to fund life-saving research and provide critical care services for people affected by neuromuscular disease.

Our friend Danielle was the heart of so many communities. She was warm and open, creative and hilarious, and keenly adept at making everyone around her feel seen as individuals of worth. We never had an encounter that wasn't full of mischievous smiles, creative sparks and truly perfect manicures. Above all else, Danielle sparkled in her soul. We are lucky and grateful to have known her, hosted her art, worked and played with her and generally soaked her up. She lived so vividly and we will celebrate her always.

This tea is the custom blend Danielle and I made together to celebrate her Ms. Wheelchair Washington coronation. It's juicy and highly caffeinated and possibly the most goth glam extra thing I've ever had the pleasure to blend. We'll keep this recipe on file indefinitely for Danielle's friends and family and will continue to drink it in her memory. You can find some of Danielle's artwork on the MDA gallery page!

Ingredients: Black tea, blueberry, white tea, blue pea flower, natural vanilla flavoring, purple lustre dust*

     *Purple lustre dust contains: mica, titanium dioxide, red 3, rice extract, red 40 lake, blue 1 lake

Approximately 55mg of caffeine per cup

Steep at 185° F or 85°C for 2-5 minutes

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R.H.
Literally so good

This tea is AMAZING, and good hot or iced, and the most beautiful color (plus sparkle!!!)

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Ren De
I. Love. This. Tea.

This is my "good day" tea. It starts the day out great and can make a bad day better. The glitter makes me smile and the pea flower is magical. This particular blend reminds me of Trouble and Toil (just a hint of earthiness and magic)