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dr. stephen maturin

created by: Xenia Danylyszyn
Just like Stephen, this is an equal blend of opposite heritage; the level- headed, collected Irish breakfast butts heads with the hot- blooded, wild Blood Orange from Spain to create a one-of-a-kind flavor. Then, mixed in with this unqiue flavoring is a Brazilian Spiced Mate that kicks your palate just when you thought you knew everything about this blend. And, of course, a pinch of aniseed to add wordly adventure to the cup, which Dr. Maturin shares with his best friend, Jack Aubrey.

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Dr. Stephen Maturin
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by Xenia Danylyszyn
Dr. Stephen Maturin
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by Xenia Danylyszyn

ingredients & lore

blended with assam melody tea, ceylon sonata tea, toasted mate tea, orange peels, rose hips, hibiscus flowers, cinnamon bark, ginger root, natural spice flavor, natural orange flavor

teas: irish breakfast, blood orange, spiced mate

accented with aniseed

steep at 200° for 4 mins
Please ignore the tea made in the same way and with the same name. It was made by me on a faulty account that cannot be reached. Enjoy!
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