Tiramisu tea?

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Dec 8th 05 4:25 pm

Tiramisu tea?

by Guest » Dec 8th 05 4:25 pm

The idea of Tiramisu tea struck me today and I became instantly obsessed. I found a website that offers a Tiramisu black tea and am wondering if Adagio could possibly create one. It would be great for the winter time. Please, please...

Dec 8th 05 6:40 pm

by Teatime » Dec 8th 05 6:40 pm

I think that it's a great idea also! (Thinking lovely thoughts about drinking this tea). :)

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by Ally » Dec 8th 05 6:58 pm

ooh that sounds SO good!!!

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by chris » Dec 9th 05 8:48 pm

We've actually been toying around with the idea of "dessert teas" -- teas that taste like desserts such as Tiramisu, Cookies and Cream, and Pecan Pie (to name a few).

Hopefully we'll move forward with this soon!

Chris
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Dec 9th 05 8:58 pm

by Teatime » Dec 9th 05 8:58 pm

I'm looking forward to these teas, Chris! I hope that these flavors will be blended with black tea.

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by LavenderPekoe » Dec 9th 05 9:25 pm

Teatime wrote:I'm looking forward to these teas, Chris! I hope that these flavors will be blended with black tea.

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I do too, but I think there need to be more flavored greens. I think (at least the apricot) can be better.