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Black Fruit Rooibos Blend
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Boiling 4 min, 30 sec

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  • “so my sister has a new fandom and it is Teen Wolf. i have a new fandom or two and they are not Teen Wolf. she has good taste so i full expect to read a great fic she shares with me one day and...” Read full tasting note
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  • “In order to get the most apple-y flavor out of this tea, you need boiling water, 2 heaping teaspoons, and 4-5 minutes. This is a warm, apple cinnamon tea with a bit of dryness. A pinch of honey...” Read full tasting note
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From Custom-Adagio Teas, Meg Daunting

by Meg Daunting

Don’t let his scowly face put you off, there is some sweet under that surly exterior! Far from sour, this blend is fresh and apply. The aroma is rich like apple pie and cinnamon with a swirl of warm vanilla. With a clean fresh finish it’s a perfect fall tea!

rooibos vanilla, rooibos cinnamon apple, cinnamon (black) with accents of cinnamon and apple pieces

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so my sister has a new fandom and it is Teen Wolf.
i have a new fandom or two and they are not Teen Wolf.
she has good taste so i full expect to read a great fic she shares with me one day and then adopt the fandom too. but until that time, i will just drink her tea!

she ordered the sample collection box on my recommendation and we are both glad she did.

this one is low caffeine and pretty yummy. the price of sharing this tea with my sister was watching the swimming pool episode. totally fine by me. :)

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In order to get the most apple-y flavor out of this tea, you need boiling water, 2 heaping teaspoons, and 4-5 minutes.

This is a warm, apple cinnamon tea with a bit of dryness. A pinch of honey really helps with that dry feeling and brings out the fruit. Great for winter afternoons.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 30 sec

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