What do you mix with Tea?

Discuss some of the favorite customer-created Signature Blends.

Jan 22nd, '09, 13:30
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by silvermage2000 » Jan 22nd, '09, 13:30

I mainly put in two teaspoons of sugar. Or a dash of milk sometimes in blacks or chais.

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Jan 23rd, '09, 14:28
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by linnefaulk » Jan 23rd, '09, 14:28

Only sugar. But I keep wanting to try some cocoa powder. Maybe tonight before bed.

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Jan 29th, '09, 10:11
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by Alias » Jan 29th, '09, 10:11

I love my sugar..Don't think I could ever go without it, I have a major sweet tooth. But I add sugar and honey and typically add some sort of cream (milk, soy milk). I have had lavendar sugar and it was really good. I love the almond milk and shredded coconut idea, I am going to steal those!

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Jan 29th, '09, 10:58
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by woozl » Jan 29th, '09, 10:58

In the summer I put mint,lemon peel, and ginger root in gunpowder green.
I drink this COLD and unsweetened. Very thirst quenching.
I can drink 1/2 gallon on a hot work day.

Feb 23rd, '09, 15:49
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neat addition

by buddha nature » Feb 23rd, '09, 15:49

My five year old son likes to make fruit smoothies in the blender. We use whatever fruit is in season. We wash it, cut it up, and freeze the fruit first. Then we just throw it in the blender with a bit of sunny D or orange juice to help get the blender going. One day I decided to make smoothie cubes by pouring the mix into an ice cube tray. Later that night I was sipping on some roobis and burned the tip of my tongue. I asked my son to get me an ice cube because I am an impatient sort when it comes to tea. He brought me a smoothie cube instead of an ice cube. It had been a long day, so I thought "what the heck", and put the smoothie cube in my roobis. It was wonderful. The fruit added just the right amount of flavor with a tiny bit of sweetness. I bet my doctor would be happy to hear that we blended the fruit with the skins still on too.

Feb 23rd, '09, 17:06
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by bsteele » Feb 23rd, '09, 17:06

I like brussel sprout tisane

Feb 23rd, '09, 18:26
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by buddha nature » Feb 23rd, '09, 18:26

How cute!

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