When you see high-school kids picking pekoe over Pepsi, and McDonald’s pushing its tea offerings harder than Happy Meals, you know tea has officially moved from a 2 p.m. tradition reserved for Brits to a mainstream beverage choice across the United States. The category has come a long way even from the Lipton-dominated 1970s, especially over the past decade, thanks to more diverse and better-quality product offerings and greater international influence in today’s
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