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

Starbucks Chocolate

Starbucks, along with the Artisan Confections Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Hershey Company recently introduced it’s artisan- style chocolate inspired by Starbucks coffee, tea and classic coffeehouse flavors.

The collection includes: signature dark, mocha and milk chocolate bars and tasting squares; Tazo chai, passion and citron tea-infused chocolate tasting squares; Caffè Mocha, chai, espresso and vanilla bean truffles; and milk chocolate-covered Caffè Verona coffee beans.

Starbucks Coffee Company, PO Box 3717, Seattle, Washington 98124, Tel: +1(800) 782-7282, Web: www.starbucks.com.

Revolution Tea Introduces New Flavor

Revolution Tea, the manufacturer of a premium line of full-leaf teas, is also recognized for its T-Box Revolution single-serving boxes. The company has earned accolades for its Infusers, which create the ultimate and convenient steeping process.

The company recently introduced its new flavor, Revolution 50/50 Iced. This blend is Revolution’s take on an Arnold Palmer, and blends premium black tea with lemonade. With 120 calories, 30 grams of sugar and

30 grams of carbohydrates in every 16-oz. serving, 50/50 Iced enhances the Revolution Iced flavor lineup.

Like all of the Revolution Iced products, 50/50 Iced is a great alternative to traditional soft drinks saturated with sugar and additives. Revolution’s on-demand brewing system enables every glass to be served fresh and eliminates leftover waste associated with conventional iced tea brewing equipment.

Revolution Tea, Tel: +1(888) 321-4738, Web: www.revolutiontea.com.

Community Coffee Company Introduces Bottled Mochasippi

Community Coffee Company, a family-owned retail coffee brand recently introduced a ready-to-drink bottled version of its Mochasippi coffeehouse drink that will be sold in grocery and convenience stores in Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, Alabama and Florida in addition to all CC’s Community Coffee House locations. They are offered in Mocha, Vanilla and Coffee varieties.

Community Coffee Company, P.O Box 791, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70821, Tel: +1(800) 525-5583, E-mail: ccc@communitycoffee.com, Web: www.communityCoffee.com.

Twist Stir: Now Individually Wrapped

Twist Stir, a flavored stirrer without calories, fats, sugars, artificial sweeteners, propylene glycol or carbohydrates, recently introduced a single flavor stirrer.

Twist Stir’s gourmet wooden stirrers add flavor to anything from alcoholic drinks, teas, soda and coffee to oatmeal and milk by simply stirring.

Twist Stir is currently packaged in single servings of raspberry, vanilla and

cinnamon, which can be customized to include corporate logos. In addition, Twist Stir offers cinnamon, hazelnut, vanilla, mocha, orange, lemon and raspberry in larger sized containers.

Twist Stir, 1353 Hurffville Rd, Deptford, New Jersey, 08096, Tel: +1(800) 597-2326, E-mail: sales@twiststir.com, Web: www.twiststir.com.

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Tea & Coffee - March, 2008

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