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    In an era of convenience, even tea is becoming easier to make. Milwaukee-based Rishi Tea, which won seven first-place awards at the 2008 World Tea Championship, has introduced a new line of tea-on-the-go called Natural Tealeaf Powders.


    In an era of convenience, even tea is becoming easier to make. Milwaukee-based Rishi Tea, which won seven first-place awards at the 2008 World Tea Championship, has introduced a new line of tea-on-the-go called Natural Tealeaf Powders. Unlike other tea extracts, Rishi’s powder is made from 100 percent pure tea leaves, and packaged in pre-portioned sticks that preserve the tea’s freshness and color. Available in four varieties -- Sencha, Genmai, Oolong and Matcha -- the powders range in price from a suggested $8 to $9 for a box of 12 single-serve packets, and a box of five 1-quart pouches goes for a suggested $6.99. For more information, visit www.rishi-tea.com.

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