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learning to love

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created by: Andrea S.
Warm, sweet and bewitching, this tea has hidden depths. Two worlds combined into one lovely cup of tea.

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blended with oolong tea, black tea, rose hips, hibiscus flowers, apple pieces, natural strawberry flavor, natural peach flavor, strawberries, marigold flowers, natural creme flavor, apricots, raspberry leaves

teas: peach oolong, wild strawberry, cream

accented with lemon verbena and orange peels

steep at 212° for 4 mins
Inspired by Terra Branford from Final Fantasy VI. FFVI and all its characters belong to Square Enix.
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