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rider of the wind

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created by: Rachel Campbell
"How do I tell her that Windrider isn't my last name?" "What's the harm? It's a great name, and worthy of respect." A tea for Caden McGinley, Rider of the Wind. Sweet and Nutty, hidden under a curly mop of blonde hair. Incredibly mellow, with a background strength that stands up to tough situations.

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Rider of the Wind
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by Rachel Campbell
Rider of the Wind
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by Rachel Campbell

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blended with honeybush tea, black tea, natural hazelnut flavor, apple pieces, natural apricot flavor, marigold flowers, natural vanilla flavor, apricots

teas: apricot, honeybush hazelnut, vanilla

accented with marigold flowers

steep at 212° for 4 mins
Inspired by characters from an Original Role Play Tale.
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