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Pomeroys Coffee and Tea

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Pomeroys Coffee Tea Co coffee Pomeroy's Coffee and Tea Company is one of New Zealand's original coffee roasters and they pride themselves on consistency and quality. At Pomeroy's they have put the effort into creating their own special tea blends where only the world's finest teas will do. Coffee is also a specialty, stocking their own organic fair-trade coffee. Toxic Coffee is their very special brand because it is totally organic and indigenously cultivated. Also growing in popularity is the range of Organic teas.

No matter what tasting coffee you are partial to, Toxic Coffee has a blend that will turn you into an addict. The award winning flavours include Active, Fluid, Desperado, Smoke, Vapour, Volatile, Warrior and Wild. They claim that there is a Toxic Coffee from every corner of the globe and for every palate.

Pomeroys have searched the world for the finest of all of the three basic types of tea, black, green and Chinese or Oolong tea and carry them along with their own special blends: and though not a tea in the traditional sense they have fruit and herbal teas available.
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