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Rarity Level: Barista

About the Character:
1. Head Barista at the Great Lawn pop up shop in Central Park
2. Sweats profusely while handling hot liquids
3. Usually gets mistaken for older brother, Frosty multiple times a day
Website: Visit
NFT Time: 07 Oct 2022 - TBA
Dates: Start: 07 Oct 2022
Lots to sell: 1
Lots sold: 1
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