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Culinary Teas - question?

Postby jodiklaus » Nov 2nd, '10, 15:23

Hi all! If I've put this in the wrong place please let me know. I wasn't sure where to go.

I recently purchased some tea from Culinary Teas and was wondering if any of you have tea from them? I'm wondering what you think about the quality/flavor? I purchased different flavored black teas and so far none of them seem to have much flavor. I primarily ordered for their Pumpkin Cream which tastes nothing like pumpkin! I'll probably mix it with a chai to use it up. I was thinking of trying some of their white and such because I like that they have 1-2 oz samples but before I order again I need some input.

THANKS!
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Re: Culinary Teas - question?

Postby Chip » Nov 2nd, '10, 16:28

... there so many vendors out there, why reward them with more sales if you were not satisfied the first time around?

Lots of vendors have whites in sample sizes of 1-2 ounces.
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Re: Culinary Teas - question?

Postby JRS22 » Nov 2nd, '10, 16:36

Adagio, our Teachat host, has samples available for all their teas. A set of 4 white samples is $10, and in my experience the sample size is generous.
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Re: Culinary Teas - question?

Postby Chip » Nov 2nd, '10, 16:37

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Re: Culinary Teas - question?

Postby jodiklaus » Nov 2nd, '10, 19:23

LOL, THANKS! The reason I was considering their white was because they offer alot of flavors. I'm a newbie tea drinker so right now I haven't acquired the taste for a original white or other teas for that matter. I'm trying to work my way up.
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Re: Culinary Teas - question?

Postby JRS22 » Nov 2nd, '10, 21:04

Honestly, I don't work for Adagio - I'm just a satisfied customer and Teachatter - but I need to add that Adagio also has flavored whites available as samples.
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Re: Culinary Teas - question?

Postby TwoPynts » Nov 3rd, '10, 10:15

Another fan here. I recommend trying Adagio's samplers and working from there. I am not a big flavored tea drinker, but really like many of their pure whites, blacks and oolongs. The Fujian Jasmine Pearls are amazing IMHO.
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