I'm not a milk person, but I'm fairly sure you'd just get wildtype integrades that are all 100% het for both albino and hypo. Those color morphs are simple recessive, so both parents would have to carry the genes for any of the offspring to visually express it. Otherwise they'd all just be normal looking hidden carriers for it.
I'm not familiar with the tangerine trait, but if they're line bred for it then I suppose there's a chance their offspring may have more orange in the white bands... Someone else is going to have to answer that one, because I'm not sure of the genetics behind it.
Like I said before, I don't personally work with milks, I don't know how most keepers in those circles feel about this - but a lot of times folks don't see a good reason for it and won't support crosses between subspecies, so they'd probably be harder to sell. Just my opinion, but you'd probably be better off buying another of the same subspecies if you want to breed. Especially when you're just starting out, you may have some questions and find you'll have a harder time troubleshooting since that pairing isn't very common.
Also you may want to look for another visual if you're hoping to see some morphs in your first clutch right away.
Honestly not trying to be a wet blanket here, but if you do go through with this cross breeding, make sure beforehand that you can provide individual housing and care for all of those hatchlings for however long it takes before they sell.
Best of luck to you~