Alexander Hamilton

Based on 2 reviews
created by MrsPremise
sample tin
makes 5 cups
3oz pouch
32¢ per cup
5oz tin
38¢ per cup
Enterprising Alexander Hamilton was young during the American Revolution, but hardworking and shrewd, serving General Washington both on the front and in his presidential cabinet. His life was cut short when he was shot and killed in a duel. His impact remains however, an avid supporter of the National Bank, Hamilton's tea is as green as the money within its walls, thanks to smoky, earthy gunpowder. Sour, fruity green kukicha stands in for his strong opinions, and the telltale spark of his personality is balanced with a touch of green rooibos citron and a little blaze of ginger and lemon accents.

Moderate caffeine | Steep at 190° for 3 minutes.
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Customer Reviews (2)

ingredients & lore

blended with gunpowder, kukicha, green rooibos tea, marigold flowers, orange, apricots, mango pieces, natural orange flavor & natural lemon flavor

teas: kukicha, gunpowder, green rooibos citron

accented with ginger spice, lemon balm & lemon verbena

Inspired by the history of the 1776 American Revolution (and a bit of an homage to the John Adams HBO series).
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this blend is in a 'ship

Alexander Hamilton has hooked up with George Washington.
Let their love steep in your cupboard and get 10% off when you purchase both 3oz pouches.
George Washington
3oz pouch

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