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Old 05-29-2013, 08:16 PM   #1
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Sultana Coffee Cherry Tea

Picked up a half pound of this tea with my last coffee order over at Sweet Marias just to try it out.

I did a little research before forking over my $3.15 and found that this product is only produced in a few countries. In Bolivia, where this is made it is called Sultana. Very rare to see this offered for sale outside the country of origin.

Lot's of reference on the internet calling it "crack tea" due to it's high caffeine content. I've had 1/2 a glass of it and feel BUZZED just now and typing 200 words per minute.......

Tastes great, sweet like honey with fruit notes of melon and cherry. 2 cups boiling water, 1/4 cup of cherries, steep for 10 minutes.

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