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studio #3

created by: Paige Halsey Warren
This blend combines the deliciousness of chocolate and vanilla with the freshness of mint and lemon; a sweet, delightful tea that's perfect any time of day. Recommended steep time is 5 minutes at 212 degrees.

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blended with rooibos tea, lemon grass, marigold flowers, natural lemon flavor, natural vanilla flavor, cocoa nibs, natural chocolate mint flavor, peppermint leaves,

teas: rooibos cocomint, rooibos lemon cloud

accented with lemon balm

steep at 212° for 5 mins
The Studio series is inspired by the workspaces in the webcomic, AHTspace. All artwork for this series is done by Paige Halsey Warren, 2013.
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