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You Can Now Buy A Ruth Bader Ginsburg-Flavored Tea

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Fun facts about Ruth Bader Ginsburg: She fell asleep during Obama’s 2015 State Of The Union speech because she wasn’t exactly sober. You definitely can’t handle her workout. Oh, and she’s protected the rights of oppressed people everywhere for pretty much her entire life.

Fun facts about steaming hot or ice cold cups of tea: They’re good for your digestive health. They’re like a hug for your insides. And now they come in Ruth Bader Ginsburg themed flavors.

The Teabook, a new Kickstarter-funded company boasting interesting flavors like Impeachmint Tea (the tea bag is covered with reasons why the president should be impeached) and MartTean Luther King Jr EqualiTEA (which is a darjeeling and assam tea, making the case that all tea comes from the Camella Sinesis plant, and all people likewise come from the same root.)

Now The Teabook is hoping to offer a taste of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s belief in truth and justice in the form of a lemon green tea. Lemon green tea is a powerful combination of flavor, chock-full of antioxidants, with the zest of the lemon offsetting the smoothness of the green tea. Of course, we wouldn’t expect anything less for our RBG.

Shira Feder is a writer. She’s at [email protected] and @shirafeder

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