With fall approaching, the desire to cozy up with a book and a warm drink grows; as C.S. Lewis once said, “You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.” Fortunately, there are now dozens of options for which cup of tea to drink. Check out some of our favorites!
If you’re not ready to say goodbye to summer, this Beach Bellini tea reminds us of the lakeside setting of The Last Thing You Said. It’s light and beachy, a herbal, healing blend, and can also be served iced.
Anyone who loves The Upside of Unrequited knows that Molly Peskin-Suso loves chocolate chip cookies, so wouldn’t a chocolate tea be perfect for her? This chocolate chip blend is fairly basic and allows for drinkers to be creative in combining other tea flavors with it.
Fans of The Epic Crush of Genie Lo would definitely appreciate this black peach tea; black tea is highly caffeinated to help Genie keep her energy up after a long night of fighting demons and studying and the peach reminds her of one of her favorite candies.
Persephone retellings aren’t uncommon in YA books, but this pomegranate mango tea makes this tea a perfect match for The Star-Touched Queen – the pomegranate made infamous by Persephone mixes with a tropical fruit in a way that reminds us of the book.
If you’re a fan of the Song sisters, then you know that Lara Jean from To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is a mean baker, famous for her snickerdoodle cookies. If you don’t have the time to bake (or the baking skills), then you can get your fix with this snickerdoodle tea.
A perfect fall tea, this Irish breakfast blend includes spices, cocoa, pumpkin, and caffeine to get you going. This little bit of dark magic can fill your world the way dark magic fills the lives of the sisters in Odd and True.
Didn’t find anything you like here? Adagio is filled with custom made, fan blends for a number of popular books – The Hunger Games, Divergent, The Mortal Instruments, Twilight – and authors. Just search for your favorite titles and characters and you can see what other people came up with. Not happy with your options? Then make your own!
So, what do you think? Are you a tea person? Do you have a favorite tea that makes you think of a book? Tweet us @piquebeyond and let us know!