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created by: Johannes Emily Hall
Trust in this blends' power--it knows its place on the biological timeline as the largest land mammal ever. The genus was first discovered in Pakistan, and this particular species is known from China--thus, a mix of traditional Chinese and Pakistani tea ingredients. A touch of juicy mango balances out the heat of the spices. Nothing about this tea is subtle, and neither is an animal sixteen feet tall at the shoulder.
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ingredients & lore
blended with green tea, cinnamon bark, orange peels, ginger root, cloves, cardamom, natural spice flavor, natural mango flavor, apple pieces, mango pieces, marigold flowers
teas: green chai, mango green, spiced green
accented with cardamom and ginger
An odd-toed ungulate similar to modern rhinoceroses (but lacking a horn), this mammal was a browser with tusk-like teeth that weighed 18 tons. Its range was vast; it inhabited Eurasia and Asia during the Oligocene. According to visual effects supervisor Phil Tippett (most well-known for supervising the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park, which he did an awful job at), the All Terrain Armored Transport in Star Wars were inspired by Paraceratherium.
steep at 180° for 3 mins
This tea contains a moderate level of caffeine
this tea is part of the Paleo Brews fandom
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