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Vixen

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Vixen is from the fictional country of Zambesi, but there is a Zambezi river in Africa. This tea is inspired by several things in that area. A popular tea in Mozambique is made of ginger (with milk and sugar), papayas are a popular in the area, and they grow Assam tea (which made its way over from India). This tea does have pu-erh because this is the only papaya tea made by Adagio currently. I do recommend pre-steeping the tea for 30-60 seconds then pouring that water out and re-steeping like regular tea. I find that Pu-erh can be fishy.


This tea contains a high level of caffeine | Steep at 212° for 4 minutes.
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ingredients

blended with pu-erh tea, black tea, assam melody, apple pieces, ginger, natural ginger flavor, coconut, marigold flowers, natural coconut flavor, mango pieces & papaya flavor

teas: pu-erh tahiti, assam melody, ginger

accented with safflower & marigold flowers

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