Tea Made From Coffee Contains Less Caffeine And Is Healthier

Tea Made From Coffee Contains Less Caffeine And Is Healthier
Innovation

A hybrid of both beverages could be the better choice.

Yi Chen
  • 17 january 2013


Are you a coffee or tea person? Soon, you could have both in one hot beverage. Researchers form the Royal Botanic Gardens in London collaborated with researchers in France to find the perfect brew that is essentially tea made from coffee leaves.

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