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Damn Fine Tea

Damn Fine Tea

You haven't had real tea until you've tried it in its natural, loose-leaf form. A world apart from the tea-bags sold at your local grocery store, loose leaf green tea is refined and subtle when harvested and prepared properly, and delivers a slow, more mellow dose of caffeine, as well as a handful of health benefits. Andrews & Dunham Damn Fine Tea sells only the best loose leaf tea ($9/2oz) in retro-collectable tins. They feature three limited-edition varieties including Ceylon, Nepal, and Dragonwell (this editor's long-time favorite). When your tea arrives, just heat the water to 160 degrees, steep for about 2 and a half minutes, and enjoy. You can thank us later.

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