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Shastasaurus pacificus

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created by: Emma Jani Hall
Think of dolphins. Lots and lots of dolphins. (Well, Shastasaurus was more of a lizard, but it still looked a lot like a porpoise.) Imagine sitting on a beach sucking down a delicious pina colada, and when I mean sucking, I mean a brain-freeze level straw attack. And then you'll feel like a giant dolphin lizard, I guess.

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blended with rooibos tea, green rooibos tea, rose hips, hibiscus, apple pieces, pineapple pieces, natural pineapple flavor, natural coconut flavor, dried coconut, marigold flowers, mango pieces, orange peels, natural passionfruit flavor, natural mango flavor, natural apricot flavor

teas: pina colada, green rooibos key west, rooibos tropics

accented with pineapple and coconut

Found in Northern California, Shastasaurus pacificus was the largest marine reptile ever discovered. As opposed to other ichthyosaurs which had long, dolphin-like snouts, this creature had a short, toothless snout, indicating that it was a suction feeder, feeding on soft-bodied prey.
steep at 212° for 5 mins

This is a decaf tea
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Shastasaurus pacificus has hooked up with Basilosaurus cetoides.
Let their love steep in your cupboard and get 10% off when you purchase both 3oz pouches.

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this tea is part of the Paleo Brews fandom

Love Shastasaurus pacificus? This is just one of 33 teas in this fandom. Check out the whole series.

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