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Papaya and Passion Fruit Green Tea

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Fruit Green Blend
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175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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  • “Drinking up the last of this this morning. It's been an okay green tea, but not one that I'll run out and get more of anytime soon. Edited to Ask: I can count this as the first of my...” Read full tasting note
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Papaya is a tropical fruit that originally grew in southern Mexico. Passion fruit, also a tropical fruit was originally frown in Central America. Both are now cultivated in most countries with a tropical climate, such as Brazil, India, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and the Philippines. While papaya is an excellent and refreshing end to any meal, the distinct taste of passion fruit makes it an essential ingredient for cocktails. We have mixed these two contrasting, but complimentary flavors in a secret blend and mixed it with Pure Ceylon high grown tea to produce an exciting and refreshing drink.

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Drinking up the last of this this morning. It’s been an okay green tea, but not one that I’ll run out and get more of anytime soon.

Edited to Ask: I can count this as the first of my Sipdown, right?

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I missed something…what is this sipdown!? LOL


I know Auggy is doing it, not sure who else…and I think you already have been. It’s working to get your cupboard down to manageable levels. More details at:



I will check it out! Thanks!


Hey, I say if it gets finished off, it counts! Yay!
TEB, it’s something takgoti and I started doing since she’s buried in samples. I thought I was, then she told me her sample count….


Hmm…I thought I was buried in samples, myself. Just the way you phrased that, I’m thinking I’m probably not.

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