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cassandra blake

created by: Jennifer Hill
You look too sweet to be so sour. Tart-but-sweet pomegranate mixed with sensuous chocolate-covered strawberries, topped off with a bit of cream just for indulgence. You'll be too seduced to even see the tangy hibiscus coming for you.

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Cassandra Blake
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by Jennifer Hill
Cassandra Blake
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by Jennifer Hill

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blended with black tea, natural pomegranate flavor, raspberries, rose petals, raspberry leaves, natural creme flavor, natural strawberry flavor, natural chocolate flavor, dark chocolate chips, cocoa nibs, strawberries

teas: valentines, cream, pomegranate

accented with hibiscus

steep at 212° for 3 mins
In the big bad world, it's better to be the queen of something than be a nobody--and that's just what they want you to think. Bearing a crown of thorns and a dangerously sinful figure, this is one femme fatale you won't be able to get enough of until you've had too much.
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