We were standing outside in our driveway, just watching the birds in the trees. The waxwings. They’ve been hanging around our house for a while, and for a small, but kind of chubby, flock bird, Bohemian Waxwings are pretty fascinating. The way they seem to communicate and play, darting branch to branch, tree to tree. We were transfixed, watching as each one found its spot, its particular place on any given tree limb. And they all settled in; and the sea of chirps reaching our ears became regular and rhythmic, almost groovy. And all at once, as if they were each a singular component of a collective nerve, they ceased their chirps and took flight. It was a surreal moment.
And thus, the Bohemian Waxwing was born. One of three teas (along with the Rip Van Winkler, and our Good Day Tea (more info on that soon)), this tea features one of our favorite herbs, St. John’s Wort. Perfect for finding your balance mid-day and taking charge of your afternoon, the Bohemian WaxWing is both delicious and effective. It’s up on our Etsy, so check it out!
In other, smaller development, news, we’ve updated some of our teas with a few more pictures. It’s supposed to snow this Saturday, but I think we’ll be able to make it to Cody anyways.
Exciting things in the works, so check back often!