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elizabeth bennet

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created by: Lauren Hunt
Spicy and a bit quick to judge, but a loyal blend that will stick through until the end.

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blended with assam melody, honeybush tea, black tea, natural vanilla flavor, cinnamon bark, natural cinnamon flavor

teas: assam melody, cinnamon, honeybush vanilla

steep at 212° for 4 mins
Based on Jane Austen's character from Pride and Prejudice.
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