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created by: B W
Maybe your time has come... to enjoy a cup of magnificent tea! While passing away hardly tops our list of ways to get out of serving jury duty, if we did have to go we'd like to think we would end up buried on a beautiful grassy knoll filled with flowers both wild and delivered. Gentle white tea lends an extremely mild grassy tone alongside chamomile. A trace of choco-orange pu erh recalls the earthy nature of our resting place while providing an interesting undertone. Rose petal and cornflower sit alongside the chamomile to introduce a floral aspect that completes the picture in our minds. Perhaps best enjoyed while meditating on those loved ones who are gone but far from forgotten.
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ingredients & lore
blended with white tea, chamomile, pu erh tea, rose hips, rose petals, pineapple pieces, mango pieces, hibiscus flowers, cranberries, apple pieces, natural pineapple flavor, blueberries, natural mango flavor, orange peels, cocoa nibs, natural chocolate flavor, blue cornflowers, natural orange flavor
accented with rose petals and cornflowers
steep at 195° for 4 mins
This tea contains a low level of caffeine
How to: Avoid Jury Duty Method 5: Push Daisies Some things in life are completely unavoidable. Others are just difficult to maneuver around. Thankfully, you have this tongue-in-cheek series of teas to light your path. When the idea occurred to create a tea exploring the concept of death, it took some thought to create a final product that was neither tasteless or overly morbid. We hope we've succeeded on both fronts and created a tea that is delicious to boot. A beautiful, well maintained grave site is a memorial to enduring love. We hope you will come to love this tea as well.
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