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Are decaffeinated black teas vegan?

Decaffeinated black teas is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is decaffeinated black teas?

Decaffeinated black teas are a perfect choice for tea lovers who want the rich, full-bodied flavor of black tea without the stimulating effects of caffeine. These teas undergo a special decaffeination process, which removes most of the caffeine while preserving the natural taste and aroma of the tea leaves. Sourced from high-quality tea estates, decaffeinated black teas offer a bold and robust flavor profile, with notes of malt, caramel, and earthy undertones. They can be enjoyed hot or iced, plain or with a splash of milk, making them a versatile option for any time of day.

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