White Tea Flavors: Lychee, Honeydew, Watermelon, Raspberry..

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Which of these white tea flavors would you like Adagio to add most?

Lychee
9
26%
Honeydew
9
26%
Watermelon
2
6%
Raspberry
3
9%
Strawberry
4
12%
Peppermint
2
6%
All of them!
2
6%
None.
3
9%
 
Total votes: 34

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Aug 17th, '07, 09:53
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White Tea Flavors: Lychee, Honeydew, Watermelon, Raspberry..

by sachi » Aug 17th, '07, 09:53

I prefer my hot teas unflavored, but I love flavored iced teas. :D I would like to recommend more flavors to add to the Adagio list of white teas.

I noticed that LavenderPekoe had submitted a recommendation for lychee tea, but I wanted to recommend it specifically as a white tea. I have found only two companies that sell white lychee tea, Inko and Whittard of Chelsea. Inko sells the tea premade in bottles. WoC's white lychee tea is actually a floral/fruit blend, and the company is located in the U.K.

I think that melon flavors would work well with the lightness of white teas - particularly honeydew, since it has such a mild sweetness.

Raspberry and strawberry are popular iced tea flavors, so I think it would be nice to have them available as white teas as well.
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by xine » Aug 17th, '07, 11:24

Sounds tasty. We did come up with some new flavored green teas, so maybe we will look into flavored whites. I did get this yummy lychee-berry iced tea bags from Rishi, but it is flavored black tea.

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by tomasini » Aug 17th, '07, 12:54

im a lychee fan myself :shock: ..but i must wonder..are actually meaning flavored, or scented?

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by sachi » Aug 17th, '07, 17:47

I prefer flavored teas to scented ones. They help me get my friends to drink tea instead of sugar-laden sodas, hehe! :mrgreen:

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by Mocha Wheels » Aug 22nd, '07, 17:30

add peppermint to the list :lol:

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Aug 23rd, '07, 15:42
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by sachi » Aug 23rd, '07, 15:42

I'd love to!!...



... could anyone please tell me how to edit polls? Hehehe... ^_^'

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Aug 23rd, '07, 17:40
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by Mary R » Aug 23rd, '07, 17:40

sachi wrote:... could anyone please tell me how to edit polls? Hehehe... ^_^'


If you're the thread author, I believe all you have to do to edit a poll is click your edit option on your initial post. If you scroll down, I believe the area to edit the poll will appear after the area where you edit your message.

But no need to bother with all that...I added it to the poll for you.

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Aug 26th, '07, 00:58
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by sachi » Aug 26th, '07, 00:58

I'd tried editing the post to access the poll, but I could not find anything related to the poll in edit mode. :? Hence my little cry for help, which you answered, hehe! Thank you, Mary! Much appreciated! :D :D :D

Oct 22nd, '07, 12:07

by Sweechess » Oct 22nd, '07, 12:07

Go leeche!

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by yukondoit » Dec 9th, '07, 07:33

Lychee is a great flavor, but I have lychee loose black and green, and neither one of them have any lychee flavor, while they do have a slight lychee aroma. They taste more like strawberry or mango.

I just ordered some melon white from dragonwater. I hope it's good.

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