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Is thé noir décaféiné vegan?

Thé noir décaféiné is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is thé noir décaféiné?

Thé noir décaféiné, or decaffeinated black tea, is a popular beverage made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant. Unlike regular black tea, which contains caffeine, thé noir décaféiné undergoes a special decaffeination process that removes most of the caffeine while preserving the rich, full-bodied flavor of the tea. This makes it a great alternative for those looking to enjoy the taste and health benefits of black tea without the stimulating effects of caffeine. Thé noir décaféiné can be enjoyed hot or iced, and is often paired with milk, honey, or lemon for added flavor.

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