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Alphys

Based on 15 reviews
created by Deanna Durflinger
sample tin
makes 5 cups
$5
3oz pouch
32¢ per cup
$12
5oz tin
38¢ per cup
$24
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Bring all of the joy and romance of standing under a blooming sakura tree with your senpai as your kokoro goes doki doki to the comfort of your nerd cave. This tea is a quirky blend of chibi cherries, pint-sized pineapples, the most shoujo of mangos, bright lemongrass, and brilliant floral flavors that combine into an experience that is truly kawaii.


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

Customer Reviews (15)

ingredients & lore

blended with green tea, lemon grass, white tea, rose hips, rose petals, natural wild cherry flavor, mango pieces, hibiscus, pineapple pieces, cranberries, apple pieces, cherries, blueberries, natural pineapple flavor & natural mango flavor

teas: cherry green, lemon grass, white eternal spring

accented with freeze dried mango

*Tried to make a cup of shojo manga here. *Cherry Green because Sakuras and Green Tea are popular in Japan. *Lemongrass because lemon is like oldtimey internet slang for sexy fan fics. *White Eternal Spring cause that sounds like the name of a manga to me. *Mango cause manga.
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this blend is in a 'ship

Alphys has hooked up with Undyne.
Let their love steep in your cupboard and get 10% off when you purchase both 3oz pouches.

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3oz pouch
$10.80

this tea is part of the Undertale fandom

Love Alphys? This is just one of 50 teas in this fandom. Check out the whole series.

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