Butterscotch tea

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Butterscotch tea

by klemptor » Oct 5th, '05, 13:06

Another recommendation: Butterscotch tea.

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Butterscotch Tea

by vnero323 » Jul 4th, '06, 09:51

MOST DEFINITELY!!! I HAVE BEEN CRAVING BUTTERSCOTCH TEA FROM ADAGIO FOR A WHILE...I would definitely buy a whole bunch of it (hint hint)
Also, on a similar note, how about these other flavors?

Maple
Honey
Hazelnut

And how about using some loyal customers as a test market for trying new flavors before they are available for purchase? I will gladly be the first to volunteer to try flavors in progress and give an honest evaluation on them! :D

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Butterscotch Tea

by jphares » Jul 4th, '06, 12:29

I'd volunteer, too.

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by teamuse » Jul 4th, '06, 13:01

i would totally be willing to be a tester of teas

that would be most excellent.

of course butterscotch or hazelnut wold be interesting imo

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by Sweet_Tea » Jul 5th, '06, 09:14

I would be for tasting teas too :P

I think butterscotch or hazelnut would be a great idea! I wonder if putting in broken up butterscotch candy pieces would work with the brewing process hmmm....

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by marz910 » Jul 5th, '06, 17:10

That sounds preety interesting. I wouldn't mind giveing it a try :)

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by Carnelian » Jul 5th, '06, 17:15

Hazelnut sounds tasty

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by klemptor » Jul 7th, '06, 10:03

I'd totally be a taste-tester.

However, as far as Hazlenut tea - MikeB said once that if a flavor is good in coffee, it probably tastes terrible as a tea, and I pretty much agree. (Except for vanilla and chocolate, which rock.) I'm even rethinking the whole butterscotch tea thing. ;)

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by Madam Potts » Jul 9th, '06, 09:04

BUTTERSCOTCH! oooh! that DOES sound good! It is one of my favorite dessert flavors. I may have to experiment with my own if Adagio doesn't come up with one first!

You could have a line of dessert teas (perfect for after-dinner!)

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Count me in!

by keelyn » Jul 9th, '06, 12:36

Where can I sign up to taste-test!! :)
I'll even try that awful-sounding bacon tea if it was free!

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by klemptor » Jul 9th, '06, 17:42

I'd try bacon tea too - I bet it would taste a little like Lapsang Souchong plus Assam. ;)

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by Madam Potts » Jul 10th, '06, 09:28

Bacon Tea sounds like an excellent breakfast tea!

:lol: hahahaha

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by Cinnamon » Aug 28th, '06, 12:37

Hmm. Bacon might be a bit much for my taste. :) However, butterscotch and maple sound just lovely! I have been known to add just a drizzle of maple syrup to some Oriental Spice or Autumn Blend on occassion.

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by Madam Potts » Aug 28th, '06, 14:22

I think even the slightest bit of bacon would overpower the tea, though I might try it with a smokey tea like lapsang souchong...which I have become increasingly fond of.


But if someone created it, I'd try it just the same....once at least.

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