UGH THIS ENTIRE THING IS ADORABLE
"Dammit Steve, hold still"
MAN I’m on a kick or something with tea labels. Awesome. Anyway, thanks for waiting so patiently for the art for these blends! Look, I even updated Steve’s art! And finally made a band for the Avengers group! If you want to be able to buy the Avengers teas as a sampler pack from Adagio… let them know! They only do sample packs of the popular ones! Make it so!
- Winter Soldier [gunpowder, assam melody, pu erh spice accented with candy canes, red peppercorn and safflower] Rough, smokey and stroooong. Packs enough of a punch to hold up against some pretty hot waters, but you may want to put it on ice for a while.
- Bucky Barnes [assam melody, chocolate,hazelnut accented with apricot, apple pieces and cocoa nibs] The perfect blend to compliment Steve Rogers, while being unique and strong enough in its own right.
- Sam Wilson [almond oolong, green chai,caramel accented with marigold flowers and cardamom] A blend that manages to balance aggressive spice with a mellow smoothness while working to keep you energized and soaring.
- Steve Rogers [spiced apple chai, almond, assam melody] As American as Apple Pie, perfectly sweet, but built for strength.
It lives forever within the depths of constantly changing matter, only morhping from one form to another. — Valentin Kataev, "My diamond crown"
Chris Evans as Captain America at the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron | Seoul, Korea. April 4, 2014
It has an Avengers logo on the shoulder
IT HAS AN AVENGERS LOGO ON THE SHOULDER THEY’RE A TEAM THEY’RE A REAL TEAM THEY HAVE UNIFORMS WITH LOGOS OH GOSH NO MY HEART
And why not a Sikh Captain America? Vishavjit Singh got into a Captain America and went on a trip through New York to challenge the way that people think about superheroes and Sikh people both.I was striking a few poses in my superhero costume when a young boy perched higher on a rock chimed in.
“Captain America does not have a turban and beard,” he said. He had a child’s curious tone. No malevolence.
“Why not?” I asked him. “I was born here. We could have a new Captain America who is Sikh or black or Hispanic.”
He thought about this. Finally, he conceded that yes, maybe a black or Hispanic Captain America would be OK. But his brain couldn’t make sense of it: Captain America in a turban? Captain America in a beard? He’d never conceived of such a thing before.
That’s exactly what brought me to this park on a beautiful summer day. To make fresh neural connections in our collective consciousness. To leave a new image on the hard drive of that boy’s mind.