fruit-flavored oolongs

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Dec 23rd, '07, 19:17
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by teaforleelee » Dec 23rd, '07, 19:17

I was just talking about this yesterday with my friends. I would really love more flavored oolongs, too. The flavors come through better than they do with black tea, which can sometimes be overpowering. If anyone knows where to get flavored oolongs (most sites only have a couple and they're all the same flavor), please, please let me know. :) Adagio's peach and vanilla are good, I'll try their other two soon.

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Dec 23rd, '07, 20:08
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by yukondoit » Dec 23rd, '07, 20:08

These are up next on my oolong list:

http://www.goldenmoontea.com/store/prod ... section=13

Sugar Caramel Oolong
Coconut Pouchong


I was also looking at some oolongs over on Rishi. Despite the fact that I am really sick of peach, Dragonwater's oolong peach is really, really nice.

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Jan 10th, '08, 00:40
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by Victoria » Jan 10th, '08, 00:40

Oh my that Sugar Caramel Oolong sounds tempting! Alas! I have so many samples now!

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Jan 10th, '08, 09:02
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by yukondoit » Jan 10th, '08, 09:02

The sugar caramel was good. Most of the reviews are up on my blog now. The coconut pouchong was the best. I bought a 2 oz. container of it. Pretty pricey but it was so fantastic.

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