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Go Home Show

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A tea blend for a amazing pair of co-hosts, best friends, and tag-team partners: Eric and Bryan! This tea has a blast of bright mango mate for Eric’s high energy hosting, coupled with the cool cocomint green tea of Bryan’s laid-back humor. Some deep foliage pu erh and a touch of orange give this tea enough body to take some serious bumps. A fruity, leafy blend for a podcast that’s all enthusiasm. Tie it all together with just a little bit of cocoa in the mix to push this blend over the edge: too sweet!


This tea contains a high level of caffeine | Steep at 150° for 2 minutes.
Signature blends are not eligible for returns.

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ingredients & lore

blended with yerba mate tea, pu erh chorange, green tea, natural mango flavor, cocoa nibs, natural chocolate mint flavor, marigold flowers & peppermint leaves

teas: mango mate, cocomint green, pu erh chorange

accented with cocoa nibs, freeze dried mango & freeze dried mango

Inspired by my favorite video game comedy group, Mega64. This tea is meant only as a fun homage.
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