Prickly Pear Cactus Tea

Let us know if you've found the perfect product for Adagio to sell.


Should there be Prickly Pear Cactus Tea?

Yes
9
41%
No
5
23%
I haven't ever tasted that kind of tea, I don't know
8
36%
 
Total votes: 22

User avatar
Jun 21st, '09, 18:34
Posts: 58
Joined: May 5th, '09

Prickly Pear Cactus Tea

by rabbitsib » Jun 21st, '09, 18:34

I was wondering if adagio would ever consider of having Prickly Pear Cactus Tea to the Flavored Teas?

Jun 23rd, '09, 18:11
Posts: 538
Joined: Apr 1st, '08
Location: united states IL.

by silvermage2000 » Jun 23rd, '09, 18:11

I dont know much about the cactus tea so I do not know for sure.

User avatar
Jul 10th, '09, 10:03
Posts: 67
Joined: Jul 8th, '09
Location: In a dorm room somewhere near you

by Artemis » Jul 10th, '09, 10:03

I haven't tried it, so I wouldn't know.


This reminds me though of another thought I had awhile back, they should have an herbal pear tea available besides white pear (caffeine).

Sep 9th, '09, 10:27
Posts: 545
Joined: Dec 26th, '08
Scrolling: scrolling
Location: Atlanta, GA
Contact: bsteele

Re: Prickly Pear Cactus Tea

by bsteele » Sep 9th, '09, 10:27

I'm game for any kind of herbal pear tea.

Sep 9th, '09, 18:33
Posts: 981
Joined: Dec 17th, '08
Scrolling: fixed

Does not compute.

by Intuit » Sep 9th, '09, 18:33

"The flavor of a ripe prickly pear cactus fruit depends on the variety but include strawberries, watermelons, honeydew melons, figs, bananas, and citrus."

www.sfc.ucdavis.edu/pubs/brochures/pricklypear.html

However, it has been produced as a flavored black china tea elsewhere:
http://www.amazon.com/Hunter-Hilsberg-P ... B000OK7UDG

The sole review of this tea indicated that the flavoring is very subtle.

There are better candidates for unique tea flavors.

Oct 18th, '09, 19:26
Posts: 5
Joined: Oct 16th, '09

Re: Prickly Pear Cactus Tea

by FyvushFinkel5 » Oct 18th, '09, 19:26

Prickly pear cactus actually tastes like a strawberry in terms of sweetness, but with an extra tanginess to it. I think it'd make a great addition to the flavored teas. It might be limited in appeal to people who've never tried it, but as someone who loves prickly pear cactus I think it'd be a fun addition.

User avatar
Oct 20th, '09, 02:37
Posts: 40
Joined: Sep 7th, '09
Location: British-Columbia, Canada
Contact: JillDragon

Re: Prickly Pear Cactus Tea

by JillDragon » Oct 20th, '09, 02:37

Personally I think it tastes like a cross between kiwifruit and banana. But it's definitely a unique flavour.

+ Post Reply