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monk: inna's glory

created by: Cindy Wang
WORK IN PROGRESS Golden bright and pure, Inna strikes righteousness in a land consumed by fire and smoke.

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Monk: Inna's Glory
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by Cindy Wang
Monk: Inna's Glory
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by Cindy Wang

ingredients

blended with white peony, white tea, osmanthus, apple pieces, natural pear flavor

teas: white peony, osmanthus, white pear

steep at 195° for 3 mins
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