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house of the serpent

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created by: J. H. Jones
Smooth, delicious Mambo makes a makes a perfect base for this mysterious tea. The blend is cooled by fresh Peppermint, and backed by a touch of sweet, smokey Lapsang Souchong. House of the Serpent has a dark, smokey aroma and a wet, green mouth feel. Have the elves make you a cup at once.

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blended with peppermint, lapsang souchong, yunnan jig tea, wuyi ensemble tea

teas: lapsang souchong, peppermint, mambo

steep at 212° for 4 mins
J.H. Jones's House of Magic teas are carefully crafted, tested, and re-crafted to be perfectly evocative of four ancient magical houses. House of the Lion is bold and spicy, House of the Badger is mellow and herbaceous, House of the Eagle is thoughtful and calming, and House of the Serpent is dark and mysterious.
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