Chilli tea?

These teas can resemble virtually any flavor imaginable.

Postby Bex » Oct 10th, '06, 19:17

thanks a lot Mad Pots!! It is great to hear the development of this infusion/tea, and interesting too to read your opinions on the taste of it!

it is Mad indeed!

I also interested that you blended it with an assam, i think this would have been my choice also. A tea that id think would cope with the chilli spice well - without being too lost..

I can also see how it may be a good tea for winter.. which sparked my initial thought on the whole idea - a kick on the cold winter days. Would you say it is better as a pick me up/kick? :shock: or better as a drink with a spicy meal? :twisted:

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Postby klemptor » Oct 14th, '06, 16:56

Awesome, can't wait to try it! :)

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Postby Madam Potts » Oct 17th, '06, 11:04

I apologize for the delay. I've been out of town every week and have not seen the inside of my kitchen in over a week!

I managed to make a batch this morning (before another 5-day trip) and will package and get it to the post office next week.

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Postby klemptor » Oct 17th, '06, 12:40

Take your time - it's very nice of you to do this! :)

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Postby teaforleelee » Dec 13th, '07, 00:22

Yogi tea has a sweet mexican chilli tea that is wonderful. It has chocolate in it, also, and the flavors blend perfectly together.

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