Let The Right One In Vampire Blood

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Fruit Pu-erh Blend
Apple Pieces, Cocoa Nibs, Hazelnut Natural Flavouring, Hibiscus, Natural Creme Flavor, Natural Orange Flavor, Natural Strawberry Flavor, Orange Peel, Pu Erh Tea, Raspberry Leaves, Rose Hips, Strawberry
Citrus, Cranberry, Hibiscus, Sweet, Tart
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From Adagio Custom Blends, Mitchell Gerich

Created for my tea book club. A blood red tea to fit with the Let The Right One In.

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This is a slightly bitter fruity tea created & given to me by the wonderful mtchyg.

It steeps up the COOLEST BLOOD COLOR:

The primary flavor is hibiscus (like cranberry, slightly tart). Hibiscus is my new favorite thing, so I might be biased here in liking it, and this tea. There also a few apple and citrus notes, and a deeper note that’s probably the pu erh or cocoa nibs.

There’s a lot going on, but it’s very rich, dark, and complicated, just like vampires would be.

You live a long time, you get skeletons in those closets. If you’re eating people, some of those skeletons are probably literal.

Can you imagine living forever? Every single embarrassing or shameful thing I’ve ever done keeps me up at night NOW, and I’m only 32. Imagine being, like, 500 years old. You’d have hundreds of instances of betrayals and slights and backhanded compliments and mistakes and getting your period in your khakis. HUNDREDS.

That time I walked into a telephone pole waving at a cute boy? If I were 500, I’d probably have done that at LEAST 4 more times.

Flavors: Citrus, Cranberry, Hibiscus, Sweet, Tart


I’m like that in over thinking. But, I think if you were a vampire, after the first century or two you would just kinda be like, “Screw it. Either they’ll be dead soon or I’ll drink their blood.” Ya know? Like, a bit hardened to caring what other people think.


Do we think vampires still get their periods? I would hope, if I achieve immortality, that I won’t have to deal with that for the rest of eternity….

Super Starling!

Mitch — I like to think that being a vampire would harden me up a little. I’d stop being a teddy bear with baggies of my teardrops as my padding. But oh god, I am SO SENSITIVE. I don’t even think it’s been 24 hours since the last time I cried. I cry because I’m sad. I cry because I’m angry. I cry because I’m happy. I cry because I’m watching something nostalgic. The other day I almost wept because I MISSED RAISINS. You cannot fathom how preposterous I am. Times hundreds of years? Would that make it better, or worse? Also, if I lived forever, would I be like one of those old people who talks about the good old days? Would I get stuck? Would I be 715 years old and saying crap like “The best band of all time was TLC back before Lisa Lefteye Lopez died”?
Rosehips — I guess that depends on what Becoming A Vampire does to the human body. In most (if not all?) versions of vampirism I’ve ever seen, a vampire can’t get pregnant. You’d think whatever shut down pregnancy probably also would shut down the whole system. I hope so. Right now I’m savagely looking forward to menopause’s sweet, sweet relief. It’s, like, 20 years away.


Haha points taken.


You would have the best puerh collection though


This is true. Especially if you were the type of vampire that could enchant people through a stare. “I vant to drink your puerh.”

Super Starling!

I would live so long I could ferment my own puerh. Oooh.

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