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Old 04-21-2018, 10:36 PM   #1
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Default The Forgotten Drink That Caffeinated North America for Centuries


Novelty, which has replaced necessity as the driving force behind cassina consumption, can only take cassina so far. So whatís hopeful about the recent cassina revival is that itís centered around cities such as Austin, Texas, and Asheville, North Carolina, which boast strong local food movements. The citiesí growers and cafe owners are touting the unique, richly herbaceous, complex flavor of cassina. Itís also recently become available for purchase by the bag and appeared in bottles in specialty food stores.

Because while explaining cassina calls for a trip into contentious history and unsettling nomenclature, taking a first sip of yaupon is revelatory: Americaís rightful caffeinated drink simply tastes wonderful.
I'm going to try some, it may be better than Yerba Mate.
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I read about a couple of gals who started selling Yaupon Tea when cattle prices sucked a few years back. I have yaupons in my front yard & thought about it. They grow like weeds & I cut mine back every year. I have been wanting to just chainsaw them to the ground, but they are like bamboo & near impossible to get rid of.
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Old 04-22-2018, 12:09 AM   #3
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Shits expensive

I drink cheap black tea from the grocery store. It $2.00 for a 100 tea bag box

I drink coffee in the morning

Since I quit doing skoal/copenhagen dip, I can drink alot of coffee.

Before I couldnt drink more than a light cup in the morning or Id get too beaned out wired sucking on skoal at the same time.....Tweek Tweek



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