You got to be 21 to buy this tea!


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You got to be 21 to buy this tea!

Postby hop_goblin » May 23rd, '07, 10:41

Has anyone tried this?

http://www.teapartay.com


Very interesting :lol:
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Postby xine » May 23rd, '07, 12:39

HAHA. I love this video. I saw it a couple of months ago. It's so New England and so preppy. LOVE IT.

"High tea in the parlor makes the ladies hollar"
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Postby tomasini » May 23rd, '07, 13:43

that was the funniest thing ive seen in a long time...it was beautiful =]
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Postby Mary R » May 23rd, '07, 14:44

The video is great, but I haven't tried the Smirnoff malt beverage behind the sensation. It seems like something I would try, but I've not seen it sold in any one of the fine purveyors of hooch in my area.

But, hey, the Indy 500 is comin' up and I've got plenty of redneck parties to go to...maybe I'll bring that instead of the usual beer. Or Arbor Mist. Which is AWFUL, but oh so delicious.
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Postby xine » May 29th, '07, 14:53

Hehe, redneck parties. Love it. As for Arbor Mist, I have enough stories that prevent me from consuming that stuff ever again!
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Postby rabbit » Jul 5th, '07, 01:09

I'm not a fan of smirnoff... but I'd be willing to try the tea, I'm sure it's full of sugar though.
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Postby Mary R » Jul 5th, '07, 01:11

Still haven't tried the Smirnoff--but I agree with Rabbit. In general, way too sugary.

I've tried the Seagrams Tea Breeze. (Or should I more appropriately say 2.0 absconded with 3 of the 4 bottles?) It was vile.
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Postby xine » Jul 5th, '07, 11:11

I tasted the Raw Tea at a BBQ of mine a couple of weekends ago. It was good in the sense, I could get pretty junky without the taste of alcohol- it kind of tasted like Snapple and the sort, so in the tea sense, didn't taste very good.

I will check out that Seagram's brand you were talking about. I sound like I drink too much. hehe.
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Postby Chip » Oct 21st, '07, 11:31

I saw the Cape Cod tea partay video, but this is an even better tea partay!

From the Boyz in the Hillz, west side tea partay I almost died laughing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l25QMjZdvUY
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Postby hop_goblin » Oct 21st, '07, 13:19

HAHAHAHAH :lol:
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Postby horsencl » Feb 17th, '08, 19:30

Has anyone tried the cocktail mixers that Mighty Leaf makes? It seems like they might be something closer to what "tea people" might like.
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Postby tissigirl » Feb 24th, '08, 15:28

I usually like the Smirnoff malt beverages so i'll have to try this one. First i've heard of it.

"We may be vanilla, but our labs are chocolate" :lol:
That line cracked me up because we have 2 labs...
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