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wildling wild strawberry

created by: Sara Dion
Adding to my Game of Thrones line. Starting with a base from strawberries as wild as Mance Rayder himself, I've then added a complimentary lemon flavor. Last in is some yerba mate to give you the energy boost you'll need to trek through the Fists of the First Men. All topped off with hibiscus to enhance the deep red color.

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Wildling Wild Strawberry
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by Sara Dion
Wildling Wild Strawberry
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by Sara Dion

ingredients

blended with yerba mate, rose hips, hibiscus flowers, rooibos tea, apple pieces, natural strawberry flavor, strawberries, lemon grass, raspberry leaves, marigold flowers, natural lemon flavor, natural vanilla flavor

teas: wild strawberry, rooibos lemon cloud, yerba mate

accented with hibiscus

steep at 200° for 5 mins
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