Bacon Flavored


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Bacon Flavored

Postby Acoustic_vision... » Oct 4th, '05, 21:34

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Postby teaspoon » Oct 4th, '05, 23:16

LoL wow... when I saw the subject line I thought for a second that you were serious... I'm glad you're not.

April Fool's flavors, huh? How about Peanut Butter?

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Postby Guest » Oct 5th, '05, 00:17

Hey, if adagio actually made a batch (What is it, 100lbs?) I could almost guarantee it'd sell out.. I'd buy a lb..

And besides, chances are a bacon flavored tea would also be greenlit by sites like FARK so promotional value alone would go through the roof.. www.fark.com

Just for an example, remember the soda with such flavors as "Turkey and Gravy"? This works along the same ideas..
http://www.jonessoda.com/files_new/turkey04.html
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Postby himthatwas » Oct 5th, '05, 01:52

It might just be that I'm hungry right now but bacon tea sounds kind of good. Hmmm, maybe tea flavored bacon will show up on next months TeaChef competition. No, Jasmine's not right. I'll wait for Lapsang Souchong. But it has just been put on my to do list.
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Postby Tadiera » Oct 5th, '05, 13:57

Inspired by mention of Irish Cream tea and my obsession with Irish Breakfast...

I propose a Meat Tea and a Potato Tea.

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Postby klemptor » Oct 5th, '05, 14:01

Oh, yeah, I remember that - Alicia (I think it was Alicia, anyway) had gotten some English Breakfast that she said smelled "fishy" ... I thought she meant like a Pu Erh can sometimes smell. I think we finally figured out that it was really a Lapsang Souchong.

I propose cabbage tea to go on the side of Tad's meat & motato tea.
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Postby LavenderPekoe » Oct 5th, '05, 14:03

It was me. It really smelled very smokey, like smoked bacon or salmon. I asked the helpful Adagio live helper and she said that this years crop of EB was smokier than it has been in the past.
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Postby Tadiera » Oct 5th, '05, 14:06

klemptor wrote:Oh, yeah, I remember that - Alicia (I think it was Alicia, anyway) had gotten some English Breakfast that she said smelled "fishy" ... I thought she meant like a Pu Erh can sometimes smell. I think we finally figured out that it was really a Lapsang Souchong.

I propose cabbage tea to go on the side of Tad's meat & motato tea.


And carrot tea! XD
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Postby klemptor » Oct 5th, '05, 14:09

Peas & Carrot tea.

In all seriousness, I would drink carrot tea.
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Postby Tadiera » Oct 5th, '05, 14:12

klemptor wrote:Peas & Carrot tea.

In all seriousness, I would drink carrot tea.


I would at least try it.
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Postby klemptor » Oct 5th, '05, 14:20

I'm a big fan of trying anything at least once. Unless it involves fish. Because 98% of the time? Yuck.
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Postby Acoustic_vision... » Oct 6th, '05, 23:48

Another along the same idea (AND in honor of Dr. Seuss..)

Green Eggs and Ham..

Green base.. Then eggnog flavor.. Just not sure about how you'd add the ham flavor best.. ;)
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Re: Bacon Flavored

Postby Ric » Oct 10th, '05, 22:36

Acoustic_Visions wrote:We can always use ideas for April Fools.. Submit them here! :D


Coffee flavored tea. (What an oxymoron!) :roll:
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Postby jogrebe » Nov 22nd, '05, 10:21

I believe that there is actually a company or two that makes coffee flavored tea.

Also when I was in college somebody picked up a box of Lapsang Souchong teabags for me which attracted a bit of attention from my friends one of which summed it up well that this tea smells and tastes like smoked ham. Then when none of us liked it after passing around a single cup of it we ended up dumping them in the dinning hall and then a few of us filled out comment cards complaining about the horrible "smoked ham tea".
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