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Peet’s new colorful fog-inspired tea, coffee drinks launch today

Peet’s Coffee is getting in on the colorful drink craze. But these drinks aren’t inspired by unicorns and don’t carry the hefty calories or sugar content of their Starbucks counterparts.
Inspired by the success of its Cold Brew Fog, Peet’s has introduced five new fog-inspired drinks to its permanent menu, just in time for summer. They are essentially honey-sweetened iced teas (and one tropical-flavored cold brew). Here they are:
Coconut Cold Brew Fog: The same bold Baridi blend cold brew features the addition of coconut and is blended with honey and lemonade. Cold brew and lemonade? Yes.
Matcha Green Tea Fog: Mighty Leaf Tea’s Organic Ceremonial Matcha Green Tea blended with honey and lemonade.
Honey Black Tea Fog:  A simple treat, this features Peet’s full-flavored black tea with honey and lemonade served over ice.
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Wildberry Hibiscus Tea Fog: This tart and herbal berry-flavored tea pairs perfectly with lemonade and honey.
Green Tea Tropical Tea Fog: The tropical green tea you always order at Peet’s combined with honey and lemonade.
All five drinks are dairy-free, made with simple ingredients and clock in at 90 to 200 calories. They range in price from $3.05 to $4.75 and are available starting today at Peet’s stores throughout the Bay Area.
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