Edward Rutledge

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created by MrsPremise
sample tin
makes 5 cups
3oz pouch
32¢ per cup
5oz tin
38¢ per cup
Often portrayed as touchy and skeptical, South Carolina delegate Edward Rutledge was a gentlemanly southern balance to brash Massachusetts delegates at the Continental Congress. He spoke up to counter the eager harshness of their views, suggesting the states wait on independence from England until the time was "ripe." Eventually persuaded otherwise, Rutledge was the youngest signer of the Declaration of Independence. His tea blend is likewise fashionable and classy with crisp, mild green pekoe tea, sweet and relaxing strawberry, with a slight aloof quality from the cool spearmint. Also delicious iced in South Carolina's warmer climes.

This tea contains trace amounts of caffeine | Steep at 205° for 4 minutes.
Signature blends are not eligible for returns.

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ingredients & lore

blended with green pekoe, spearmint, rose hips, hibiscus, apple pieces, natural strawberry flavor, strawberries & raspberry leaves

teas: green pekoe, wild strawberry, spearmint

accented with lavender & raspberry leaves

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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Edward Rutledge has hooked up with John Dickinson.
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