Orange flavored tea

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Dec 9th, '09, 14:32
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Orange flavored tea

by marlena » Dec 9th, '09, 14:32

Would it be possible to have a tea with a strong orange flavor and NO CLOVES. Excuse the caps, but I really dislike cloves in my tea, as it tends to overwhlem everything else. Maybe some peel and a bit of oil?

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Dec 11th, '09, 07:06
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Re: Orange flavored tea

by beckynoel » Dec 11th, '09, 07:06

I thought Adagio had an orange flavored tea without cloves. I haven't tried it for myself, but in the description there's no mention of cloves or any type of spice. I could be wrong though. Let me know if you've purchased it and if it does contain a spice. Then I know NOT to buy it. I feel the same way you do.

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Dec 11th, '09, 09:36
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Re: Orange flavored tea

by kymidwife » Dec 11th, '09, 09:36

I grate orange zest directly into my tea leaves before brewing on occasion... really brings a great flavor, especially to lack-luster tea that needs "something". I also had some Orange Blossom Oolong from New Mexico Tea Company that I enjoyed very much, but I always blended it with something else as it was almost too orange for me. Try the zest, it works great!


Dec 12th, '09, 19:30
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Re: Orange flavored tea

by nmteaco » Dec 12th, '09, 19:30

Thank you for mentioning my store kymidwife... We also have a black tea with orange and cinnamon, no cloves, called "Sandia Spice". And a "Blood Orange Rooibos", which has orange and hibiscus. The Blood Orange is our most popular seller.

I suppose I should not really post links, as it would be self promotion, but if you Google either of them, you can find them.

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