Tea Time at Reverie: Whispering Pines Tea Company’s Rivendell Tea

I think I know a number of readers who will leap at learning more about this tea! And in my opinion, this unique and delicious oolong blend was a stunning reflection of its namesake. Head on over to A Bibliophile’s Reverie now to read my review of Whispering Pine Tea Company’s Rivendell Tea!

A Bibliophile's Reverie

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“Shadows had fallen in the valley below, but there was still a light on the faces of the mountains far above. The air was warm. The sound of running and falling water was loud, and the evening was filled with a faint scent of trees and flowers, as if summer still lingered in Elrond’s gardens.”
J.R.R. Tolkien’s “Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring”

Oh, have I been itching to introduce our fellow bibliophiles to Whispering Pines Tea Company! This Michigan-based vendor specializing in loose-leaf teas, herbal tisanes, and handcrafted tea blends. Many of Whispering Pines’ offerings are inspired by the wilderness of northern Michigan. A select few, however, are influenced by literature, including three coming from J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle-Earth.

Which brings me to our first Whispering Pines tea for review. In Middle-Earth, Rivendell is the stunningly beautiful home of Lord Elrond and other Elves, and a…

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5 thoughts on “Tea Time at Reverie: Whispering Pines Tea Company’s Rivendell Tea

  1. So much yes – Rivendell and Oolong are two of my favorite things!
    I’m familiar with Whispering Pines by name (they are located up near my old neck of the woods, literally), but while I’ve tried one of their MI teas at a northern shop, I HADN’T SEEN TOLKIEN ONES. *immediately favorites everything on the website and plots future orders”
    You could probably write Tolkien on band-aids and I would buy them.
    But in all seriousness, you made this tea sound so delicious and perfect for Rivendell.

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