Hot tea also on the rise
(Continued from page 1) Datassential also identified the top growing flavors of hot tea, with green, herbal and chai appearing most on menus. Other popular flavors included Earl Grey, chamomile and jasmine. Last year, California Pizza Kitchen introduced Zen Tea, a Chinese pan-fired green tea with mint and lemon grass. And Teavana, the Atlanta-based chain that was recently acquired by Starbucks, introduced a Sweet Fruit Garden Herbal Tea, a blend of sour cherries, apples, candied, ...
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