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xiumin

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created by: Kaitlin S.
Sugar and spice and everything nice. Xiumin is a naturally sweet blend with a spicy kick that he gets from spending too much time around Lu Han.

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blended with black tea, cinnamon bark, ginger root, cardamom pods, cloves, orange peels, natural cinnamon flavor, natural vanilla flavor, apple pieces, natural apple flavor

teas: vanilla, spiced apple chai, cinnamon

accented with cocoa nibs

steep at 212° for 4 mins
Inspired by EXO and created for personal enjoyment. I am not associated with EXO or SMEntertainment in any way, shape, or form.
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