tea knitter wrote:Just had to add my bit... I do enjoy a wee bit of honey in my black teas (the color is important here so stay w/me) and thought that, naturally, I would like it in my greens as well. Surprisingly, when I added the honey, almost immediately, my lovely green tea turned... wait for it... black! I tried using different types of spoons, thinking there must be some chemical reaction going on, as the tea tasted metallic after. Anyway, after nothing changed, I rang the 800 number on the container. The woman on the other end was very helpful and explained that, towards the bottom of the honey container, pollen will settle and concentrate and that that was what was changing the color. Of course, I would never notice in my black teas, but in the greens it was amazing. I am careful about where the honey is in the container before I add it to my green iced teas now, and don't add unless it's at the 1/2 full or more (this is where 1/2 full or 1/2 empty really matters).