Good tea for iced tea?

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Jul 28th, '10, 21:41
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Re: Good tea for iced tea?

by MenghaiMischief » Jul 28th, '10, 21:41

I got a tin of Mango Ceylon teabags from a friend. I don't like teabags much because I feel like I can taste the paper, so I tried it iced and it was wonderful. They are from Republic of tea.

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Re: Good tea for iced tea?

by nonc_ron » Jul 29th, '10, 02:29

MenghaiMischief wrote:I tried it iced and it was wonderful. They are from Republic of tea.


ImageCold numbs the taste buds. Image

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Re: Good tea for iced tea?

by Alucard » Jul 29th, '10, 21:46

Thus far the best iced tea I made was using Rishi's Chinese Breakfast tea. Going to try their actual 'iced tea' branded tea...got a free shipping coupon. yay!

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Re: Good tea for iced tea?

by Alucard » Jul 29th, '10, 21:49

nonc_ron wrote:
MenghaiMischief wrote:I tried it iced and it was wonderful. They are from Republic of tea.


ImageCold numbs the taste buds. Image


is that a guinness or some really hearty iced tea? :lol:

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Re: Good tea for iced tea?

by Crafty_Mom » Aug 15th, '10, 17:23

MenghaiMischief wrote:I got a tin of Mango Ceylon teabags from a friend. I don't like teabags much because I feel like I can taste the paper, so I tried it iced and it was wonderful. They are from Republic of tea.


Thanks for putting that idea in my head. Now every time I even think about tea from a bag, I will taste paper! Although, it is a good deterrent...

Thanks for the great input, everyone! I have some things to try and research to do.

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