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Banjo

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The southern dandy spy inspired this tea blend based on a peach mint julep. A soothing after-dinner tea on its own, served hot or cold. Refreshing on a hot summer afternoon and warm firefly-filled nights.


This tea contains a low level of caffeine | Steep at 200° for 4 minutes.
Signature blends are not eligible for returns.
 
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ingredients

blended with white tea, honeybush, spearmint, apricots, natural peach flavor & marigold flowers

teas: white peach, spearmint, honeybush

accented with apricot

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