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gabriel

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created by: Jennifer Cross
Spiced green, White monkey, hojicha and lemon verbena

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Gabriel
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by Jennifer Cross
Gabriel
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by Jennifer Cross

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blended with white monkey, hojicha, green tea, orange peels, natural spice flavor, cinnamon bark, ginger root

teas: spiced green, white monkey, hojicha

accented with lemon verbena

steep at 180° for 2 mins
Gabriel is a light and slightly earthy tea to show his more innocent and naive outward appearance. The truth of him comes to the surface though with a touch of spice and lemon.
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