Cream tea


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Cream tea

Postby Samovar » Nov 1st, '06, 14:18

I ordered an Adagio cream tea for a gift. I have not tasted it but it did smell buttery rather than creamy.

I noticed that many here like to mix thecream tea with other teas to give it a creamy taste. Doesn't it taste buttery rather than creamy?

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Postby Cinnamon » Nov 1st, '06, 21:50

I don't really drink this on it's own. I don't detect a buttery taste from it but it doesn't have quite the punch of the others.

Still, when blended with other flavors, it mellows them a touch and (I think) gives a little extra richness to the drink.


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Postby klemptor » Nov 2nd, '06, 10:04

I'm actually not crazy about the cream-flavored tea - it's too heavy for me. But it really does add a nice flavor when mixed with other teas. Try mixing it with lapsang souchong!
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Postby Samovar » Nov 2nd, '06, 11:13

Thanks to all of you. You are giving me some very good ideas!

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