Since coffee and tea first made their way to the West, heated debate has raged: Tea! Coffee! Tea! Coffee! Well, it’s time to settle things. We’ll have both. It goes without saying that both of these caffeinated beverages have their place. Most of us can’t get through the morning without one or the other. Now, you don’t have to choose. This innovative blend combines aged Pu-erh, pure Ethiopian Coffee, and a dash of Kerala Cocoa. The results are surprisingly delicious and wonderfully brisk. In the cup, what you get are sweet, earthy tones of Pu-erh balanced by the nutty smoothness of coffee, and mellow mouth-feel of sweet chocolate. Is it coffee? Is it tea? It’s both! Tea or Coffee: which has more caffeine? A cup of coffee usually feels like it has more oomph than tea right? Interestingly, research shows that unbrewed tea actually contains more caffeine that coffee. So what gives? During the brewing process, caffeine in tea is watered down more effectively than coffee, leaving a cup with more of a jolt!
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