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Tea Espresso

A South African company has started selling what is being called “the world’s first tea espresso.” A special, patented grind of the tea leaves gives the tea “a rich espresso intensity.” We actually saw a package of this at Whole Foods and it peaked our curiosity. So if you’re trying to wean yourself off caffeine, this stuff might be worth a try, but don’t expect that distinct coffee taste.

 
 

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