Orlando Sentinel - October 16, 2016
Joy Wallace Dickinson
I recently saw a humorous birthday card depicting a woman of a certain age, wrapped in a fuzzy bathrobe, who appears poised to pour an entire pot of coffee directly into her mouth. As a shameless caffeine addict, I could relate.
And I loved learning about the revival of a caffeine-rich drink with roots deep in Florida's history: yaupon holly tea.
"It's the only caffeinated plant native to North America," says Bryon White, who with his...
That's some cup of tea: Strong, black brew boasts rich history in Florida
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Yaupon Holly, Ilex vomitoria, is a great native plant that can be used as a...
Yaupon Brothers is purchasing twelve acres of land in Volusia County, Florida for use as a Yaupon farm. Stay tuned to our webpage to keep apprised of our progress!
Listen to this great interview with our co-founder, Kyle White, and Pam Hoelzle from Dear Rockstar!