Pinacolada Tea


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Pinacolada Tea

Postby Samovar » Aug 16th, '06, 13:35

I would be wonderful if Adagio would carry a loose Pinacolada tea using black tea.

Any chance that this might happen?

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Postby jogrebe » Aug 16th, '06, 20:56

Just make your own by mixing the Pinacolada herbal tea with a black tea of your choice.
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Postby Carnelian » Aug 16th, '06, 22:29

I'd recommend blending the herbal version of pina colada with adagio's coconut black tea
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Postby Samovar » Aug 17th, '06, 07:43

Thank you for the great ideas!

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Postby Amanda » Aug 17th, '06, 15:57

we recommend mixing the pinapple & coconut black teas...should work nicely!

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Postby Samovar » Aug 17th, '06, 20:10

Do I mix the pinapple and coconut (black) teas in equal parts?

My mouth is watering just thinking about it. (Planning my future order)!

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Postby Samovar » Aug 21st, '06, 13:22

I just ordered both the pinapple and coconut black teas. I'll be off to the tropics in my teacup!

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Postby Samovar » Aug 24th, '06, 07:54

I received the pinapple and coconut teas last night and immediately I began to blend this special brew.

I am very please with the result. It's very mild but extremely flavorful. (I might just add a little extra pinapple to the blend).

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What's a Pina Colada without Alcohol?

Postby keelyn » Aug 24th, '06, 18:59

You know what, I'm wondering what a little bit of the Rum tea would do to the pineapple/coconut concoction.

Teatime, do you have any rum tea on hand?
Or perhaps Amanda you could try that out for me?

I have the rum, but I don't have the coconut or pineapple :)
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Re: What's a Pina Colada without Alcohol?

Postby jogrebe » Aug 25th, '06, 03:09

keelyn wrote:You know what, I'm wondering what a little bit of the Rum tea would do to the pineapple/coconut concoction.

Teatime, do you have any rum tea on hand?
Or perhaps Amanda you could try that out for me?

I have the rum, but I don't have the coconut or pineapple :)


Why not just skip the coconut black tea and just use the rum, after all the pina colada herbal tea already has the pineapple and coconut in it.
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Postby Amanda » Aug 25th, '06, 09:53

I'll try it in a little while...I'm on my first cup of Ooolong #40, and I have a couple of infusions to go until I've finished. Nothing like a little experiment to keep the day interesting...

...and tonight, maybe I'll try out that rum option ;)

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Postby jogrebe » Aug 25th, '06, 12:35

Amanda wrote:I'll try it in a little while...I'm on my first cup of Ooolong #40, and I have a couple of infusions to go until I've finished. Nothing like a little experiment to keep the day interesting...

...and tonight, maybe I'll try out that rum option ;)

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I meant using the rum flavored black tea not actually rum but I guess that would also work if you want it to be a little stronger ;)
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Postby Amanda » Aug 25th, '06, 13:05

I hear you - just having a little fun...

We tried this mix in the office:
1 personaliTEA teapot (21 oz)
2 teaspoons Pineapple Black Tea
3 teaspoons Coconut Black Tea
1 teaspoon Rum Black Tea

We taste the rum, but since the rum is coconutty to begin with, we think you'll be alright w/o the rum tea added.

Back to the test kitchen with me...

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Postby sippy cup » Aug 25th, '06, 13:26

Amanda wrote:Back to the test kitchen with me...

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Amanda...I want your job. I really, really, really want your job.
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Postby teamuse » Aug 25th, '06, 13:39

sippy cup wrote:
Amanda...I want your job. I really, really, really want your job.


me twos. i would love to get paid to drink tea and experiment with flavors all day. wahhoo (even if it did involve customer service as well)
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