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lucidi insomnia

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created by: JP Baas
A warm, creamy tasting blend of earl grey, with hints and scratches of chocolate and hazelnut. Toasty, smooth, with tang drowned out by dark and roasted tastes. Smooth, yet energetic.

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blended with black tea, orange peels, blue cornflowers, cocoa nibs, natural vanilla flavor, natural chocolate flavor, natural bergamot flavor, natural creme flavor, natural hazelnut flavor

teas: earl grey moonlight, chocolate, hazelnut

accented with cinnamon

steep at 212° for 3 mins
I work on projects late into the night, practically to sunrise occasionally. I have an addiction to productivity and sometimes I'd rather do that than sleep. To keep myself up I make cup after cup of earl grey tea, and maybe make myself a peanut butter and nutella sandwich or something. I use hot cocoa as a creamer because I tend to let tea sit a while carelessly, and if it oversteeps, the cocoa will ease off the strong flavor. I figure why not combine those flavors into one thing? It'll help keep me up at night.
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