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chillin' with nikki

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created by: Rebecca Spickler
Brashly feminine. Just the right amount of kick to a sweet berry tea, perfect to drink iced on a lovely lunch date.

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blended with black tea, green tea, hibiscus flowers, rose hips, apple pieces, natural forest berries flavor, raspberry leaves, raspberries, natural raspberry flavor, natural pomegranate flavor, strawberries

teas: forest berries, raspberry patch, pomegranate green

accented with hibiscus

steep at 212° for 3 mins
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