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keeper of the code

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created by: Cathlin McReynolds
Oranges, citrus, that's in the bag. Give it a sip, though, and there's the spices of travel and the simple, strong heart of Irish breakfast. Strong, secure, and experienced. Here's a cup what's good to go to when you're not sure what you need.

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blended with toasted mate, assam melody tea, ceylon sonata tea, black tea, cloves, ginger root, cardamom pods, natural cinnamon flavor, cinnamon bark

teas: irish breakfast, masala chai, toasted mate

accented with orange peels and marigold flowers

steep at 195° for 4 mins
Made entirely for pleasure, not for profit.
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