I have combined all the Cult-Classic horror movie-themed tea blends into one listing to make it easier to search and find your favorite blend. I have what I consider Classic Horror (With Karloff, Chaney, George C Scott, etc) movies in a separate listing. Is there one missing that you would like to see? Contact me and we will work on creating a new blend.
Available in (3) sizes:
Sample - makes approx 6-9 cups*
2oz Round Tin - makes approx 9-12 cups*
4oz Round Tin - makes approx 21-24 cups*
*Directions - Use 1 tsp blend per 6oz of water; steep 3-5 minutes for green tea, 5-7 minutes for all other blends (or longer for an all-herbal blend)
Blair Witch - What do you think of when you hear "witch"? I think of the Salem witch trials and women who were hung or burned at the stake. This black tea blend contains lapsang souchong, a tea that was dried over a campfire, hibiscus and elderberry for extra red, tartness and depth.
Camp Crystal Lake - When you think of Friday the 13th, you immediately think of Jason, and the infamous Camp Crystal Lake. A customer came up with this name for the blend: On a bed of Green tea, I mix in damiana, catuaba, ginkgo leaf, ashwagandha, and of course, hibiscus (what horror movie blend would be complete without the blood-red color of hibiscus?).
Carrie - What do you think of when someone mentions the name, "Carrie"? My image is of a teenage girl standing on a stage at her high school in her prom dress with pigs blood pouring over her head. And then... the aftermath of Hell breaking loose. This blend is made with Kukicha, Red Rooibos, Hibiscus, Rosehips, Lady's Mantle, Catnip, Heather and Maqui Berry for a deliciously blood-red brew.
Chucky, aka Charles Lee Ray, aka the Lakeshore Strangler... the voodoo-practicing serial killer who put his soul into a doll after being killed in a toy store. That same doll went on a slashing rampage and terrorized kids of all ages, in and out of the movie theater. Did you know that the storyline was loosely inspired by a real doll - Robert the Doll. (Robert Otto). Thankfully, this blend is somewhat tamer - Black tea with Cacao Shells, Safflower, Hibiscus, and Pure Chocolate Extract.
Elm St - If you went to high school in the early 80's, you likely saw the movie "Nightmare on Elm St". And if you are like many of us, you never wanted to sleep again! What better tea blend to make for this movie than one that helps put you to sleep? Oh, the irony! Lemon Balm, Chamomile, Rosehips, Passionflower, Linden Leaf and Flower... and of course, Hibiscus, are just the ingredients needed to make someone sleepy. Pleasant dreams!
Michael - When one thinks of "Halloween", a few things come to mind - kids trick-or-treating and dressing up in costumes, spice flavored tea and of course, the movie. I combined the latter two (sorta) with this blend of black tea, cinnamon, ginger, licorice, orange peel, and hibiscus (because, well - slasher movie theme).
Saw: Have you ever had to choose between two things, events, actions, and neither outcome would be good for anyone? The movie franchise for this one is truly terrifying and makes people pause in making a choice that will not only affect themselves but the others around them. Lucky for you, the only choice you have to make here is to buy (and enjoy) or not buy (and miss out).
Scream - I found the best description of this movie online, "Some stupid killer stalking some big-breasted girl who can't act who is always running up the stairs when she should be running out the front door." Truth for just about every horror movie from the '90s. Cheesy movie, but can't. stop. watching... So grab a cup of this blend - Black Tea, Elderflower, Hibiscus, and Jasmine - and enjoy the scream-fest.
The Craft - What do you get when you put four awkward, female outcasts together? You get one hellava movie. Witches, spells, demons, catfights... and you find out that there is always a cost to pay when you play with the unknown. This blend is created with Black Tea (of course), Clove, Cinnamon, Calendula, Orange Peel, Hibiscus, and Cardamom.
Yeti - Curse of the Snow Demon, the creature who terrorized a downed plane full of college football players, and one of the few movies that touched upon cannibalism that wasn't the result of consuming bath salts. I think it would be bad enough to be a survivor of a plane crash in the snowy mountains of the Himalayas, but let's add to the terror by having a blood-thirsty Yeti who comes out to munch during the night AND the day. This blend is a bit tamer with just Kukicha Tea, Peppermint, Pure Coconut Extract, and Yeti Dander (aka Coconut Flakes).
What's YOUR favorite horror movie?
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. I make all of my own blends, and thus I am able to customize to suit taste or allergies.
If you are pregnant, please let me know prior to ordering, as some herbs are not safe during early pregnancy.
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