As a lumbering, slow giant with the capability to easily impale predators with its tail spikes, Stegosaurus was a danger to all, even if history has belittled it with talk of a peanut-sized brain. The vegetal greens in this blend offset the spice and ginger, and are neutralized with an herbal foxtrot. You'll feel like you're munching away until someone tries to steal your tea, and then you whip out those spikes and club the beyotch.
This tea contains a low level of caffeine | Steep at 150° for 2 minutes.
Originally discovered in 1877 in Colorado, Stegosaurus has become one of the most famous and recognizable species of dinosaur, because of its plates, which may have acted as a courtship display or thermal control, tail spikes (or 'thagomizer') and notably small head. A large nerve bundle about 20 times larger than the animal's brain was discovered in the hip region, leading scientists to believe that there was a second 'brain'. This may have acted as a boost to maneuver the highly flexible, strong tail in combat.
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Stegosaurus armatus has hooked up with Euoplocephalus tutus.
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