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Christmas

Postby ginasuzanne » Nov 22nd, '09, 10:14

Hi Everyone!

The weather is getting colder, and the radio stations are playing Christmas music already. So, I'm looking to buy some Christmas blends. I love sitting by the fire with a nice cup of tea on cold nights.

I was hoping I could get some suggestions for a good cup of Christmas tea - something to keep my holiday spirits up. I looked through the signature blend page, but it seems alot of the blends contain candy cane. I am not a big fan of candy cane at all. Does anyone have any other suggestions for a good holiday blend?

Anxiously awaiting your suggestions :D
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Re: Christmas

Postby bsteele » Nov 22nd, '09, 13:49

I haven't had any holiday themed signature blends, so I can't help you there.

BUT, you can never go wrong with Adagio's spiced teas. My favorites are Masala Chai and Rooibos Vanilla Chai

Also, check out the Holiday Page for their holiday blends.



Cheers
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Re: Christmas

Postby beckynoel » Nov 22nd, '09, 14:07

Christmas Cocoa Blend
Gingerbread Joy!
Holiday Caramel Apple

These are three of the Christmas blends that I have made, and none of them contain candy cane or peppermint. Enjoy!
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Re: Christmas

Postby RachelC » Nov 22nd, '09, 17:20

Well, I have one called "Christmas 2009" and there is candy cane tea in it so maybe you will need to pass on that. Otherwise, you can try "Sugar & Spice...Oh! So Nice" that one contains gingerbread, vanilla, and caramel.

Good Luck,
RachelC :)
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Re: Christmas

Postby boywoodhe » Nov 23rd, '09, 06:18

I tired 2 christmas blends from Jeffrey Mcwhirter and I really liked them.
1. An Gingerbreadman
2. All Orange spice
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Re: Christmas

Postby boywoodhe » Nov 23rd, '09, 06:40

I have two blends for christmas.
Chestnuts roasting, Holiday eggnog and Winter frost.
If you go under blends and find creator and look for my name woodie barnes.

Happy Holiday everyone.
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Re: Christmas

Postby RachelC » Nov 30th, '09, 17:51

So GinaSuzanne have you made any decisions yet? :wink:
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Re: Christmas

Postby TeaSupplies » Dec 4th, '09, 06:51

I like the Whittard Christmas tea bags which have orange and cinnamon in them, they taste and smell just like Christmas should!
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Re: Christmas

Postby keensense » Dec 28th, '09, 20:05

I know I'm late to the party as the holidays are winding down, but I do recommend my blend "A Merry Christmas." It's a blend of Adagio's Christmas black tea with cinnamon and peppermint. I absolutely love how Adagio blended it. In fact, I got a coworker addicted to it - now she shops at Adagio. :)
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