Long May He Reign

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Tasting notes: This tea is magical! Even on it’s own, the tea is smooth, fruity, and slightly floral. There’s a nice mix of blueberry and spring fruits. But the magic happens when you add a little bit of lemon juice. It has Butterfly Pea Flowers in it, that turn the tea a nice deep blue color but react in an interesting way with acid. You can see it instantly become a beautiful lavender! With lemon juice, the fruit flavors get a great big boost. It’s good both hot and cold.

Blended with: White Tea, Blueberries, Rose Hips, Pineapple Pieces, Mango Pieces, Cranberries, Rose Petals, Lavender, Butterfly Pea Flower, Apple Pieces, Hibiscus, Natural Blueberry Flavor, Natural Mango Flavor, Natural Pineapple Flavor

Mollymauk Tealeaf comes in wearing nothing but a tapestry and a plate of fruit and a cup of tea, offering it to you. Who would ever say no to that?

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Cold Brew!

I absolutely have a Critical Role obsession problem right now, so you best bet that I went and ordered myself a bunch of Critical Role inspired teas. This one takes inspiration from the ever colorful and flamboyant tiefling Mollymauk Tealeaf.

I think it’s just wayyyyy too perfect for a Molly inspired tea to used something colourful like Butterfly Pea Flower. As such, this tea steeps up a brilliant blue colour. However, the taste is very soft – just a gentle berry and apple note alongside the more off putting taste of the butterfly pea flower itself. It’s nice visually, but just doesn’t have the right punch of flavour for this character.

I think my version of a Mollymauk tea would have some similarities – like I would keep the vibrant colour. However, I would probably do a really punchy and flavourful Blueberry Lemonade taste profile – combined with the pea flower the acid of the lemon would result in a purple liquor colour, which is just perfect for this purple tiefling. I’d probably add just a bit of lavender as well, as a nod to the lavender perfume that Molly wore.

Yup – that sounds right.

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