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home > signature blend > aximili-esgarrouth-isthil

aximili-esgarrouth-isthil

created by: Drew Beaudoin
Cinnamon. Min. Nuh. Spice. Suh. What more could you ask for? Serve with sugar and milk. Kuh.

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Aximili-Esgarrouth-Isthil
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by Drew Beaudoin
Aximili-Esgarrouth-Isthil
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by Drew Beaudoin

ingredients

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

teas: masala chai, cinnamon, spiced green

accented with cinnamon

steep at 212° for 5 mins
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