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marisa kirisame

created by: Kristin Troilo
Toasted Mate for it's coffee like qualities bring in the West, while Green Chai provides the mysticism of the East. Apple harmonizes with the two and provides that extra sweetness beneath the harsh exterior.

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blended with toasted mate, , black tea, apple pieces, natural apple flavor

teas: toasted mate, apple,

steep at 150° for 2 mins
She may have stolen the precious thing, but she's no bad apple. The Human Witch Marisa is on the scene, and she's there to wake you up. Whether it's a long night studying magic or a short day fighting youkai, she's there for you.
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