Our LUGHNASADH Herbal Tea is a tea inspired by the Celtic fire festival Lughnasadh (pronounced loo-nah-sah). Lughnasadh that marks the midpoint between the summer solstice and autumn equinox and is typically celebrated on or around August 1st.
This tea is a blend of seasonal flowers, fruits, and herbs that evoke the feeling of late summer. Floral herbs like chamomile and calendula represent the sun and Celtic sun god Lugh, whom the festival is named after. Other summer herbs like oats and peppermint are blended with rosehips and blueberries, representing the first harvest of summer.
This tea can be sipped warm on cool summer nights or made iced for those hot summer days.
Aroma + Taste: sweet floral, citrus, mint, smooth
DRINKING - Pour one cup of boiling water over one tablespoon of herbs. Allow steep for 10-15 minutes. Feel free to experiment with different amounts of tea + steep times to find your perfect cup of tea.
BATHING - Pour four cups of boiling water over ¼ cup of herbs. Allow to steep for at least 20 minutes, but can be left steeping for hours. Strain and add directly to bath water.
Please compost herbs + bag when finished.
SMALL ≈ 16 servings
LARGE ≈ 32 servings
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