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velociraptor earl grey

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created by: Allison Bannister
While the wild velociraptor may hunger for fresh meat, the more dignified variety prefers Earl Grey and biscuits

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blended with black tea, orange peels, rose hips, hibiscus flowers, natural bergamot flavor, blue cornflowers, natural orange flavor

teas: earl grey bravo, orange, blood orange

accented with lavender

steep at 212° for 2 mins
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