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What teas do the Mexicans drink? Toci

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What teas do the Mexicans drink? Toci


Lots of tisanes, including Jamaica (hibiscus), Manzanilla (not sherry but
chamomile), yerba buena (spearmint), and even cinnamon.

Not much actual tea, sadly.
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