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Is té negro descafeinado vegan?

Té negro descafeinado is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is té negro descafeinado?

Té negro descafeinado is a decaffeinated black tea that retains all the rich, full-bodied flavor of traditional black tea without the stimulating effects of caffeine. This versatile ingredient is perfect for those who love the taste of tea but want to avoid the jitters or sleeplessness that can come with caffeine consumption. With its bold, earthy aroma and deep amber color, té negro descafeinado can be enjoyed on its own or blended with other teas and herbs to create a personalized flavor profile. Whether enjoyed hot or iced, té negro descafeinado is a delicious and healthy addition to any tea lover's pantry.

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