‘Dumb Tea’ is the tea everyone should drink, and that’s what the company that sells it is going to do

A coffee shop owner is taking a cue from Amazon’s “Dumb” series and selling tea products that are actually quite good.

The coffee shop, in New Jersey, is selling the “Dirty Tea” tea that is brewed in a special pot, which makes it a good way to get a nice cup of tea, said owner David Pfeiffer.

The tea is brewed with coffee, milk, and sugar, which is then mixed with water.

Pfeiffers said it is a good alternative to buying cheap coffee.

“I think it’s the best way to try a tea that you might not be able to buy anywhere else,” he said.

“It’s good, but it’s not cheap.”

But he said he also sells the tea to people looking for something a little different.

“You could go to a coffee shop and have some really nice coffee and tea and a great experience.

You know, that’s pretty common, right?” he said, adding that he sells it to people who like to go “outside their comfort zone.”

Amazon has created a “Dummy” series for its online stores, and the company’s founder, Jeff Bezos, said the tea was a perfect way to give people a “dumb tea.”

But Pfeiffs said the “dummy” teas are actually good tea.

“It’s not like, ‘Oh, you don’t like this one.

It’s not a good tea,'” he said.”

It’s actually really good tea.”

The coffee-drinking tea isn’t for everyonePfeiffs says he sells the “dry tea” and the “hot tea” teases customers with a hint of sweetness, which he says will be their favorite.

“If you’re going to drink coffee and you want to go really, really high, I think that’s a good choice,” he explained.

“We do like to call it a ‘dry tea,'” Pfeishers said, “and I would also call it, like, the ‘hot tea.'”

Pfeffers also sells a teabag with the tea that comes in a pouch.

He says the pouch is for storing the tea for later.

“For a lot of people, that would be a really bad idea,” he admitted.

“But it’s also really good.

I’m really excited about it.”

For more information about the “disappearing tea” project, visit the website for Amazon.