Tangerine Tea


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Tangerine Tea

Postby Ric » Aug 28th, '05, 22:54

I tried the tangerine tea from Adagio Teas today. I'm not one for overpowering the flavor in flavored tea, but the tangerine flavor in this tea seemed to light for me.
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Postby jzero » Aug 29th, '05, 08:54

It's funny you mention that. I don't know if I got a bad batch, but when prepared as specified on the label, I've found it to be offensively sour. Even brewing it at half strength, I have to sweeten it to make it bearable, and I don't put sugar in anything!
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Postby Ric » Aug 29th, '05, 20:36

jzero wrote:It's funny you mention that. I don't know if I got a bad batch, but when prepared as specified on the label, I've found it to be offensively sour. Even brewing it at half strength, I have to sweeten it to make it bearable, and I don't put sugar in anything!


I wonder if it is a bad batch? I bought the tea for my mother, and I wanted to try it. So when I was at her house yesterday (or the day before), I brewed three cups and thought is was kind of week or "not right".
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