Why's the Rum Gone?


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Why's the Rum Gone?

Postby teaspoon » Sep 29th, '05, 14:13

Hey guys, what do you use to flavor the rum tea? Just wondering; I got a sample because there were a lot of conflicting reviews so I decided to decide for myself, and I have to say I'm unimpressed. I mean, it's good tea, I just don't taste the rum so much. Perhaps you could tweak the amount of flavoring added to the leaves, or find some other flavoring that would be stronger?

...or I could just throw a shot of Captain Morgan's in my tea... whichever works.

~teaspoon
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Postby Tadiera » Sep 29th, '05, 14:14

But WHY'S all the rum gone!?
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Postby chris » Sep 29th, '05, 14:21

try working with ilya for a day... you'll see why the rum's gone.
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Postby chris » Sep 29th, '05, 14:24

We use an alcohol-free rum flavoring, which is a more subtle flavor than many of our teas. We have indeed received some other feedback about the lack of rum flavor, so will work definitely work on it!

Rummy,

Chris
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Postby chris » Sep 29th, '05, 14:26

Speaking of booze teas, another Flavor I've been toying with is Amaretto.... any interest?
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Postby teaspoon » Sep 29th, '05, 14:28

Yay, thanks Chris! And Amaretto? Sounds yummy...

Wow I sound like a lush now.

~maybe i should change my name to shotglass
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Postby Tadiera » Sep 29th, '05, 14:33

Amaretto does sound nice! :)
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Postby LavenderPekoe » Sep 29th, '05, 14:34

I am more interested in Amaretto than rum.
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Postby klemptor » Sep 29th, '05, 19:00

Chris, amaretto would be wonderful! My mother used to actually make me tea when I was a kid with a little (non-alcoholic) amaretto flavoring.
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Postby teamuse » Oct 3rd, '05, 23:07

one more vote for amaretto flavored tea...that would be devine
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Postby funcrunch » Oct 4th, '05, 14:04

chris wrote:Speaking of booze teas, another Flavor I've been toying with is Amaretto.... any interest?

I love Amaretto! Even better would be amaretto + chocolate! (Hot cocoa with amaretto is a winter staple for me...)
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Postby Acoustic_vision... » Oct 4th, '05, 19:03

How about Irish Cream?
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Postby Mike B » Oct 4th, '05, 19:34

How about all you closet alcoholics find a 12-step meeting?
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Postby teaspoon » Oct 4th, '05, 23:08

Aww, admit it, Mike, you like to hit the bottle every now and then... ;)

~tsp
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Amaretto tea

Postby Knittingknonsen... » Oct 5th, '05, 12:44

Sounds yummy - hey! can you make a B-52 tea, or maybe buttery nipples tea? :twisted: ~Rhonda
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