Recession Buster at Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf: Latte for a Buck

Yes, the recession is still going on.  That’s why I love it when little indulgences like this come along.

Today, LA’s own The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf is offering their Wild Cherry Fru-Tea and Wild Cherry Tea Latte (hot or iced) for only $1.

This deal is like happy hour for coffee; the special price of a buck is only available from 2 PM to 5 PM at participating stores.  Don’t ask for a dollar cherry tea at Ralph’s or the airport.  They will laugh at you.

Instead, use the handy store locator on their website, find the store nearest to you, and then call to ask if they are running the special.

Or you can just look for the stores with the long lines starting around 2 PM. 

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