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We have a crush on cups… at least on these gorgeous ones by English artist, Romy Northover. Romy’s delicate ceramics boast an edgy take on the the minimalist aesthetic we love, and her creations qualify as functional art: we’re filling them with these delicious tonic recipes by Kerrilynn Pamer of NYC’s green beauty paradise, CAP Beauty

We’re making the most of our new ceramics infatuation with a potion or tonic for morning, noon and night: a creamy matcha latte, energy boosting herbal brew and light turmeric tea that will put you right at ease. Here’s Kerrilynn…

British-born Romy Northover is a CAP Beauty girl through and through. Not only is she wholly devoted to her wellness practices (maybe you’ve spotted her at The Class or in a Kundalini Kriya), she is a true artist and produces the ceramics of choice for our tonic and tea habits. “Ancient Future” is how she describes her work and while she references history, her vessels are thoroughly modern. Its no surprise we love them for our daily tea drinking rituals. Past meets future for a perfect present.

Here are a few of the tonic drinks we enjoy from our Romy Northover cups and bowls, ancient wisdom for our modern lives.

Spiked Matcha Latte

Ingredients:

1/2 tsp matcha
1/2 tsp ashitaba
1/2 tsp moringa
1 Tbsp Tocos
1 Tbsp coconut butter
6-8 oz hot – but not boiling – water

Directions:

Place all ingredients in a high-speed blender. Blend for 30 seconds. Pour into your favorite cup or bowl and enjoy.

Alternate method: Place all ingredients directly into a cup and mix with an Aerolatte.

Afternoon Delight Tonic

Ingredients:

1/2 tsp he shou wu
1/2 tsp mucuna pruriens
1 Tbsp Tocos
splash of homemade nut milk
6 oz hot – but not boiling – water

Directions:

Place all ingredients in a high-speed blender. Blend for 30 seconds. Pour into your favorite cup or bowl and enjoy.

Alternate method: Place all ingredients directly into a cup and mix with an Aerolatte.

Evening Tea Tonic

ingredients:

1/2 tsp ashwaganda
6 oz brewed gynostemma tea
splash of homemade nut milk
1/4 tsp turmeric powder
scant pinch of black pepper
1 tsp coconut oil or ghee

directions:

Place all ingredients in a high-speed blender. Blend for 30 seconds. Pour into your favorite cup or bowl and enjoy.


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