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Tea time: Drink that sparked a revolution is on the rise

5:10 PM, Jun. 6, 2013
Specialty teas are not just for hot drinks. La Java on Cardinal Lane in Howard served up these two iced teas, black currant on the left, and summer passion to make refreshing summer iced drinks.
Specialty teas are not just for hot drinks. La Java on Cardinal Lane in Howard served up these two iced teas, black currant on the left, and summer passion to make refreshing summer iced drinks.
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Most of us are familiar with the standard black tea flavored with lemon or raspberry, sometimes loaded with sugar or sugar substitute. The kind you can purchase in a bottle at the gas station or grocery store. But just one experience with local tea shops La Java Roasting House and The Attic, and you'll see why fresh, loose-leaf tea is the way to go when you have a craving for one of nature's most flavorful gifts.

If you've never dedicated some serious time to exploring tea, these two locations offer an astounding number of options. La Java and The Attic each boast over 70 varieties of tea.

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