I heard someone said it's going to be "Food".
Here's my associations with names (not that I actually smelled any of these CDGs)
I doubt "nomad tea" could be sweet.
In Russian "steppe" plains of Kalmykia and around you can likely be treated with a "nomad tea" which is actually strong green tea with milk, herbs and pure sheep's fat.
It is EXTREMELY substantial but not everybody can stand the taste. Ê
As my friend told me, something like that is widespread in Tibet but the fat is that of yak.
I remember I've liked burnt sugar a lot back then in my childhood, and I can't say it's much of a sweet thing either.
As for "wood coffee", in USSR in earlier Soviet times or, more likely, after the war, in 50s and on, there were an industrially manufactured food product called "acorn coffee" made on the base of oak acorns.
Another ersatz-coffee was made out of chicory.
Can't say much for the taste, they're long gone. Heard these actually contained a tiny bit of real coffee, "just for the smell of it".
And I like a thick hot chocolate (the REAL one, not a soluble crap) with spices VERY MUCH! Yummy!
Who's with me to nearest coffee shop? Ê;D ;D