Introducing THREE Studio Ghibli Teas!

Posted August 30, 2016 by Alison's Wonderland Recipes in Teas / 2 Comments

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Considering I couldn’t choose just one Studio Ghibli movie for my menu this month, it’s not that surprising that I couldn’t make just one tea either. I mean, I felt I HAD to make a Totoro tea since Totoro is so awesome, but I also couldn’t stop thinking of how fun it would be to make a tropical Ponyo tea…or a tea based on the cake from Kiki’s Delivery Service! But which one to choose?

All of them. I chose all of them. And I’m not even a little bit sorry. 😉

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A Trio of Studio Ghibli Teas

 

Forest Spirit

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Take this hazelberry blend with you as you search the forest for the mysterious Totoro! 🙂

This earthy Pu Erh Hazelberry blend is reminiscent of walking through dark, quiet woods. It’s accented with hazelnut and wild strawberries to brighten the flavors, making it a truly magical tea!

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Ocean Princess

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Allow the simple, refreshing flavors of tropical white tea and watermelon to whisk you off to Ponyo’s deep sea kingdom.

I love this one iced! Our Ponyo tea is a combo of White Tropics Tea and Watermelon Cooler. The pure, simple flavors and super refreshing feel are perfect with just a little bit of sugar.

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Black Magic

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This combo of dark chocolate, sweet strawberry, and sprinkles is inspired by the cake Kiki receives at the end of the movie!

This Kiki-inspired tea is styled after the chocolate cake she receives as a gift at the end of the film. This tea is a combo of chocolate and strawberry flavored teas, accented with strawberry pieces and sprinkles. This fun, sweet blend has a strong black tea flavor—perfect with milk and sugar!

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You can order them here!

 

Wanna check out my other blends? Visit our Alison’s Wonderland Tea Gallery!

 

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2 responses to “Introducing THREE Studio Ghibli Teas!

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      Thanks! This was my first time making a pu erh tea (I’d never even HEARD of it before I started planning this blend), so I was kinda nervous. I tried 3 different versions before I found one I liked, but I’m pretty happy with the result. 🙂

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