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monkey business

created by: Dana
Mild, tropical flavors for the glamorous post-war lifestyle he so readily embraced, contrasted with the smokiness of gunpowder for the sarcastic, cunning side of the guy who abandoned it all. This one's for you, Marco.

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Monkey Business
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by Dana
Monkey Business
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by Dana

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blended with white tea, gunpowder, hibiscus flowers, rose hips, apple pieces, natural pineapple flavor, natural coconut flavor, rose petals, dried coconut, pineapple pieces

teas: white tropics, pina colada, gunpowder

steep at 190° for 3 mins
Blend has not yet been tried, but I'm leaving it public in case anyone feels so inclined to give it a shot before I get around to revisions.
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