boil water in a teapot?

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Feb 3rd, '06, 11:28

boil water in a teapot?

by teafrenzy » Feb 3rd, '06, 11:28

Or are teapots only for holding already boiled water?
I don't want to try this out and end up with a broken teapot.
not when it's so cute!


does adagio have chocolate mint tea? I had some once on vacation last summer, and haven't been able to find any since.

Feb 3rd, '06, 11:54

by teafrenzy » Feb 3rd, '06, 11:54

thanks lady A, that's kind of what I thought.

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by Kai » Feb 3rd, '06, 13:36

there's also Cocomint Green.
Sounds tasty

Feb 6th, '06, 17:59

by teafrenzy » Feb 6th, '06, 17:59

i'm ordering the samples right now!

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by marz910 » Feb 6th, '06, 21:04

You've proboly made your order already but I just wanted to say that the rooibos cocomint is a very nice tea.

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by garden gal » Feb 8th, '06, 22:04

My favorite tea is the 3/4 cocomint, 1/4 chocolate.
The rooibos is my favorite after supper combo. Occasionally I'll add the vanilla to it for a little extra smoothness. I always loved my chocolate peppermint from the plant itself that was taking over my garden but I think this is much better. I don't have anymore of my own left but this coming season I'll have to do taste testing and add some chocolate to my own.

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