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Sleepy Fields

Botanical Blend | Uncaffeinated | 2.5 oz


Pleasantly sweet and floral. The perfect calm before bedtime or during a game night that's winding down to its satisfying conclusion.

Lore of the ethereal flowers: Elders say that golden fields of dreams await those that pass from the material plane, but there are a lucky few travelers who have seen them during life. Endless fields of gold are dotted by alabaster blooms and the ruins of the temples that once worshipped them. A peaceful magic permeates the air so completely that it breaks down the barrier between the waking world and that of dreams. Those few that have returned from this realm are said to be forever gifted with pleasant slumber.

Order this tea if...

you're a dreamer of the highest caliber.  You even drink tea to get to the dreams faster.

Pairs well with...

a beautiful sleepy-themed game like When I Dream or Catch the Moon

Who's the Artist?

Bag art created by: Jennifer Voigt


Organic chamomile 

The Cat’s Brew

Add 1.5 tbsp (4g) of tea to 12 fl oz. (350G) water at 200˚F (93˚C). Steep for 5 minutes and enjoy!  

Botanical Blend | Uncaffeinated

Calming and sweet.  The perfect cup of chamomile tea.

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Koen Rounds

Wonderfully flavored chamomile, definitely recommend it!

Sarah Easley
Great tea

Would recommend. Very relaxing chamomile tea :)

Evan Tony
I cast Sleep

This is a really tasty tea that helps getting a full rest.

It's just so tasty!

Get some comfort in a mug. You'll feel like some NPC who is all witchy and makes tea for wandering travelers because you're making tea out of whole entire ding dang flowers. Which is what this is. Delicious, makes you feel both cozy and mysterious. 10/10 YES.

Wonderful evening tea

Got this tea around the beginning of December. It's really delicious and relaxing. I had it steep just a little longer at the 6-7 minute range. Dropped a little honey into it, too!

A magic item from the Sleepy Fields

This spool of yarn has a winding history, allegedly belonging to Ümlaut, a well-known linguist and anthropologist who loved going on field expeditions, but known as a very private individual.

In addition to his academic pursuits, it was a not-so-well-kept secret he was also a powerful arcane wielder, using his knowledge to preserve and uphold customs and languages of lost civilizations.

The spool sits displayed in a glass case in the library at Many Worlds Tavern, a lesson in the study of magic and imbuing useful magic into common items. The Librarian likes to say that Ümlaut's last journey was to find peace in the golden fields.

An exclusive Farthian Crystal Club card was included in the October '22 Treasured Realm. Want to receive future hard copies of MWT magic items? Check out Treasured Realm here!"

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