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Old Sun, Jul-18-04, 06:15
koriordan koriordan is offline
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Anyone know where you can get decaffeinated green tea?
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Hi K,

Not sure where to get decaff green-tea but I found Twinnings delicate flavour decaff and it's really good, you can buy it in Dunnes Stores-Ashleaf shopping Center who indidentally have also started stocking Atkins products.

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Hey,

If you are on George Street, pretty close to the Laser DVD shop, there is a chinese supermarket. It has Jasmin green tea (in a green paper box with red writing) and that is sooo tasty. Not sure if there is any caffein in it, but I would doubt it. I drink it all the time.

Chinese normally drink it during or after a big heavy meal, so I like to drink it after a meal, especially when you have that slightly oily taste in your mouth.

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Checked up on green tea. It does have caffeine, but half the amount of normal tea so it's not too bad.
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