Quirky British tearoom develops inhalable tea

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While alcoholic beverages have been inhalable since the invention of the somewhat controversial Vaportini, a less intoxicating version created by Camellia's Tea House in the UK is now enabling tea lovers to experience their favorite drink in a new way. Located on London's famous Carnaby Street, the tearoom is known for its speciality blends and herbal infusions, offering something different for more adventurous tea drinkers. Its Breathable Tea Room was demonstrated at the Experimental Food Society Spectacular 2013, where a number of its blends were vaporized and served up as a smoky gas, which visitors could inhale the beverage through…

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