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The world of tea & coffee is sure venturing in many different venues, and uniting everything from cookies, holders, and t-shirts. What could possibly be next?

Psst... Rumor Has It That Now You Can Wear Your Drink

Perk up those lips, cause Crazy Rumors are serving you a nice tube of coffee and tea balms. Available in six coffee flavors and six tea flavors, these lip goodies are made of natural, vegan friendly products, that’s sure to leave a nice taste on your mouth. Whether Spice Chai, with its complex blend (a hint of ginger really wakes the senses), or the deliciously-scented Mocha, your lips will be moisturized, smooth and protected, and just like that cup of coffee (or tea) – you’ll find yourself reaching out for it several times a day.

Crazy Rumors, LLC, 121 Bay 14th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11214. Tel/Fax: (718) 236-4987, E-mail: info@crazyrumors.com, Web: www.crazyrumors.com.

Good Teas From Good Earth

Within the last couple of years, organic teas have been in the forefront of health issues everywhere. Long gone are the days when just having an apple a day would keep the doctors away, because a cup of tea could be just as good. Good Earth realizes this consumer need and is adding twelve additional organic certified teas to its selection of premium teas. The company took the premium organic ingredients, that they’re so well-known for, and blended them into unique recipes to create the good taste expected from Good Earth. President Jeffrey Freeman summarized it best, stating, “Our Good Earth consumers are committed to high-quality ingredients and are environmentally aware, so we’re confident they’ll embrace our new organic teas.”

Good Earth Teas, 831 Almar Avenue, Santa Cruz, California 95060. Fax: (831) 423-5173, E-mail: sales@goodearthteas.com, Web: www.goodearthteas.com.

Tully’s Coffee Puts Guajakí Yerba Maté On The Menu

Tully’s Coffee, mostly known for their roasting skills and retail locations, is now adding maté to their menu, and they’re doing it with quite a stir. The beverage, which is a nourishing energy boost and mental stimulant-like drink, is produced and harvested in the rainforests of Paraguay, Argentina and Brazil.

In partnership with Guajakí, a leading provider of certified and fairly-traded yerba maté, Tully is featuring the product in a series of beverages, including: Brewed Yerba Maté Tea, Yerba Maté Latte, Yerba Maté Mocha, Yerba Maté Shake and Yerba Maté Boost. These will be available at Tully’s locations beginning January 10, 2007.

Tully’s Coffee Corporation, 3100 Airport Way South, Seattle, Washington 98134. Fax 1-206-233-2077, E-mail: customer.service@tullys.com, Web: www.tullys.com.



Tea & Coffee - January, 2007
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