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brew long and prosper

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created by: Elizabeth Lane
Just like the Enterprise's First Officer, this blend may seem a little bland and cool at first taste, but a complex spice flavor and depth lingers afterwards. Not caffeine free, but not too strong either, and perfectly refreshing with a little bit of honey.

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blended with yerba mate, peppermint, green tea, cinnamon bark, ginger root, orange peels, cloves, cardamom pods, natural spice flavor

teas: green chai, yerba mate, peppermint

accented with hibiscus

steep at 180° for 3 mins
Inspired by characters from Star Trek: The Original Series, I have no affiliation with the show or the creators.
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