Citron Green - What Else is Similar?


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Citron Green - What Else is Similar?

Postby TimeforTea » Feb 10th, '08, 13:59

Hi,

My husband and I really enjoyed the scent and taste of Citron Green, from adagio's green tea sampler. What other teas would you suggest that are similar?

TIA.
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Postby Ed » Feb 10th, '08, 15:18

Spiced Green is just as good, if not better. Apricot Green might be the best of them all, although I haven't tried the new cherry and raspberry, etc..
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Postby Sam. » Feb 10th, '08, 15:45

I have both the citron and the apricot green and both are really good - you're bound to love to apricot if you already really enjoyed the citron.
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Postby TimeforTea » Feb 10th, '08, 16:59

Thanks, Ed and Scarrell!!

I will promptly add apricot green and spiced green to my cart!! :D
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Postby Sydney » Feb 10th, '08, 17:05

If you're so inclined and equipped, you can also zest the citrus of you choice, and....
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Postby TimeforTea » Feb 10th, '08, 17:59

padre wrote:If you're so inclined and equipped, you can also zest the citrus of you choice, and....


Great idea!!
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Postby Chip » Feb 10th, '08, 18:18

Around here, you get a slice of lemon with your tea whether you ask for it or not.

Since I do not usually drink flavored tea these days, I usually ignored it. One day, the green tea was soooo bad, I had to do something. The lemon slice was truly magical in how it transformed a really crappy cup of bitter brew into an enjoyable cup.

So, a lemon slice works nicely too.
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Postby LavenderPekoe » Feb 10th, '08, 19:16

Are you trying to stick to greens? I really like the Tangerine black from Adagio as well. I can't remember if I have tried the grapefruit, but it sounds yummy. Oh, and Mango is really good, one of my favorites. It works well hot or cold.
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Postby TimeforTea » Feb 10th, '08, 20:11

LavenderPekoe wrote:Are you trying to stick to greens? I really like the Tangerine black from Adagio as well. I can't remember if I have tried the grapefruit, but it sounds yummy. Oh, and Mango is really good, one of my favorites. It works well hot or cold.


I may try some flavored black decafs. I bet the tangerine black or the mango would be great as an iced tea.
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Postby TimeforTea » Feb 10th, '08, 20:12

Chip wrote:Around here, you get a slice of lemon with your tea whether you ask for it or not.

Since I do not usually drink flavored tea these days, I usually ignored it. One day, the green tea was soooo bad, I had to do something. The lemon slice was truly magical in how it transformed a really crappy cup of bitter brew into an enjoyable cup.

So, a lemon slice works nicely too.


Thanks, Chip! I will keep that in mind! :D
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Postby Sam. » Feb 10th, '08, 21:16

The grapefruit oolong is very good, I ordered it recently. It's not as dark as blacks but a nice change of pace from the softer greens.
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Postby Mary R » Feb 11th, '08, 02:14

Seconded on the grapefruit oolong: that is a winning flavor.
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