Zest Tea targets millennials with highly caffeinated 'energy tea'
Zest Tea's new ready-to-drink 'energy tea' - which targets millennials - has 150mg caffeine (from green tea extract) and 100mg of l-theanine, which founder James Fayal claimed slowed down the absorption of caffeine (so no jitters).
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