Dewy Cherry

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Dewy Cherry

Postby CJluvsT » Feb 20th, '09, 09:01

Boy, this stuff rocks! Definately gonna buy more of this one! If you like cherry, you have to try this!

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Postby disillusioned » Feb 20th, '09, 09:04

where is it from?

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Postby silvermage2000 » Feb 20th, '09, 12:22

Does not sound to bad. I believe It would be too tart for me though.

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Postby CJluvsT » Feb 20th, '09, 12:29

I got this from Adagio. It's under herbal teas. No, this is not a tart cherry! It's just right!

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Postby disillusioned » Feb 20th, '09, 12:49

have you tried it iced by any chance?

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Postby CJluvsT » Feb 20th, '09, 14:07

No, I just got it, but that would be very good too!

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Postby kymidwife » Feb 20th, '09, 22:26

I love this one too... and when I blended it with the wild strawberry and blood orange samples, I adored the result... made a signature blend of it, which has been extremely popular (A #1 Freakin Twilight Fan).

I love the fruit tisanes for signature blends because I enjoy flavored tea that tastes more natural rather than artificially scented/flavored. I've gotten really good results with using mostly unflavored teas and adding a fruit tisane for the flavor component.

Signature blends are so much fun!

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Postby kkthxby3 » May 2nd, '09, 20:35

I'll have to get a sample in my upcoming order as while it sounded good cherry is one of those flavors that could easily go really bad, but based on it having a whole thread of claimed deliciousness I'll have to try it now.

For anyone who has had a cherry limeade at Sonic, is it anything like that?

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Postby omegapd » May 3rd, '09, 02:49

I'll be the lone man out who didn't care for it too much. It was sour tasting to me. Blended with other stuff, though, helped it quite a bit for my tastes. I mixed it in with some Rooibos to finish it up.

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Postby kymidwife » May 3rd, '09, 10:47

It is a bit tart on its own, I agree.... I enjoy it mixed with other tea and sweetened. But, I'm a cherry fanatic.

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