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Ellen Wilson and Edith Wilson

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created by Amy Brennan
sample tin
makes 5 cups
$5
3oz pouch
32¢ per cup
$12
5oz tin
38¢ per cup
$24
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28th President Woodrow Wilson had two First Ladies while he was President. His first wife, Ellen, died during his first term in office. They had three children together, and during her time as First Lady, she arranged White House weddings for two of their children. Wilson remarried the year following Ellen's death, and Edith Wilson became First Lady. She became the functional leader of the executive branch after President Wilson suffered a stroke. She was an active First Lady in both social events and as a right hand supporter of her husband.


This tea contains no caffeine | Steep at 205° for 5 minutes.
Signature blends are not eligible for returns.

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ingredients

blended with rooibos tea, white peony, rose hips, natural jasmine flavor, hibiscus, apple pieces, natural strawberry flavor, orange, strawberries, natural wild cherry flavor, lemon grass & marigold flowers

teas: rooibos jasmine, white peony, fruit medley

accented with marigold flowers

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