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The Spy

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Previously called Theron Mk-3, taste testers have unanimously decided that this blend is the blend we could see Theron drinking. We recommend brewing at a strength of 1.5 tsps per cup, for between 4 and 5 minutes. This tea is bold, complex and with deep chocolate and caramel notes that develop over time. The Mocha nut comes across as smoothly as a spy blowing up an Imperial warship in nothing but his underwear, complementing and boosting the chocolate flavor nicely. Due to the combination of black tea and mate, this spybrew has a punch of caffeine like an Umbaran freight train derailing. Sure to help wake you up for a day of sitting through intelligence briefings. This blend was meant to be tasted dark but it does pair well with a drop or two of cream, if you're not a fan of a little bitterness that was specifically chosen for this brew, but it can over power other flavors if too much is added.


This tea contains a high level of caffeine | Steep at 205° for 3 minutes.
Signature blends are not eligible for returns.

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ingredients

blended with black tea, toasted mate tea, cocoa nibs, natural chocolate flavor, dark chocolate chips, natural caramel flavor, natural vanilla flavor, natural hazelnut flavor & marigold flowers

teas: chocolate, mocha nut mate, tiger eye

accented with cocoa nibs & orange peels

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