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vulpix

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created by: Emily Morlock
Although it tries to make you think that the spice is all that exists, this warm and cuddly Vulpix blend has control over the spice within the cinnamon and masala chai, and is well balanced with the sweetness of candy apple.

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blended with black tea, cloves, ginger root, cardamom pods, apple pieces, cinnamon bark, natural caramel apple flavor, natural cinnamon flavor

teas: masala chai, candy apple, cinnamon

steep at 212° for 5 mins
This is a fan made blend. I am in no way affiliated with Pokemon, Nintendo or any of it's offshoots. Also, the idea for this tea completely came from Cait M. If you like it, go check out her other blends because I'm just the artist.
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