Tea > Caffeinated > Spiced Sands
Masala Chai | High Caffeine | 7 oz
Aromatic and bold, with balanced, warming spices. Great on its own, but incredibly delicious when mixed with steamed milk or apple cider.
Lore about the ancient shifting sands: The Sandsea Gulf has drawn travelers for many ages, though plowing its spicy waves has more recently become something of a sport for those with the means to afford leisure craft. Only the most learned of travelers might have heard of what lies beneath its biting depths: the ruins of a long-abandoned mining operation that used these sands for wealth and power before they were lost to nature. None have been known to survive the trek below the surface, lending only more credence to the belief that great riches lie beneath.
Order this tea if...
You need a warm cup before embarking on a long journey across the expanse.
Pairs well with...
an D&D session where your party joins a caravan or an intense game of politics in Dune: Imperium.
Who's the artist?
Bag art created by: Stefan Große Halbuer
Organic black tea, organic cinnamon, organic cardamom, organic ginger root, organic black pepper, organic clove
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!
Make in a concentrated form to create delicious chai lattes. Combine with espresso for a beautifully complex drink!
I bought this recently and my fiancé and I fell in love! Immediately one of our favorite chais we’ve ever had! A great amount of spice!
The smell on its own is fantastic and it’s spicy goodness will keep you warm the whole thanksgiving season!
The tea is a great mix, but too spicy for me. Thougth my spouse loved it!
A magic item from the Spiced Sands
Myths surround the Sandsea Gulf and the mines deep below the biting sands. Time has forgotten the skill and riches of the people who used the harsh environment to amass wealth and knowledge, but some evidence has stood the test of time.
The jewels in this duo of rings protect the story of two lovers lost to time, who could not have come from more different backgrounds. They forged the rings to be able to communicate with one another.
Fredrick, the trader who calls the Many Worlds Tavern home, is wary of those who ask how the rings came into his possession. He knows their worth is difficult to quantify, declaring that he would only entertain the most lucrative offers to give up the fine jewelry rich in material and sentimental value.
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