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Need an Afternoon Pick-Me-Up? Get $1 Holiday Drinks Today, Nov. 8, at The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

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Today from 2 to 6 p.m., participating The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf locations will be hosting a Holiday Open House. The California-based chain is launching its holiday menu of specialty drinks this week. Joining the ever-popular fall pumpkin latte are a gingerbread cookie latte and Ice Blended® drink, winter dream tea latte, red velvet hot cocoa, and peppermint mocha latte and Ice Blended® drink.

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There are only four short hours to enjoy these four new seasonal beverages for $1. Proceeds will benefit The Help Group, the largest nonprofit of its kind in the U.S. serving children with special needs related to autism spectrum disorders.

If you can't make it to the Holiday Open House and still want to support the cause, pick up a pound of the Holiday Blend Coffee or 20-count Winter Dream Tea tin any time from now through December 30; $1 per purchase will be donated to The Help Group. You can also drop by any location beginning Friday, November 23 to receive a personalized holiday decal as a thank you for every $1 contribution.

There are 17 Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf locations throughout the Valley, including in Sky Harbor International Airport, Chandler, Surprise, and Glendale and along Rio Salado Parkway, Scottsdale Road, Shea Boulevard, and Cave Creek Road.

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