soy teas

These teas can resemble virtually any flavor imaginable.


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soy teas

by Mocha Wheels » Aug 23rd, '07, 13:10

my local tea shop carries black whiskey cream, a Black tea with cacao bits and flavoring. it's an excellent addition to anyone's tea collection! it has a smooth, rich full-flavored tea that feels like velvet across your tongue. this tea has soy in it, does adagio sell any teas that contain soy? adding soy to tea is a great way to increase the health benefits of tea :D

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by xine » Aug 23rd, '07, 13:12

Adagio doesn't have any teas containing soy. I am actually allergic to most soy products, so I would not find the same enjoyment :(

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by Mocha Wheels » Aug 23rd, '07, 13:28

xine wrote:Adagio doesn't have any teas containing soy. I am actually allergic to most soy products, so I would not find the same enjoyment :(


very true, but for those that aren't, it has excellent health benefits including aiding in weight loss which is one of the reasons people (especially women) drink tea.

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by kissmyhuman » Oct 27th, '07, 02:42

If I recall correctly, soy is used as a binding agent for flavorings. It's fairly flavor-neutral and there's no other reason to intentionally add it.

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by teaforleelee » Dec 13th, '07, 00:25

That tea sounds yummy! I'm vegan, and I was wondering if you happen to know if theres any dairy in it, or just the soy? Also, can you mail order from that store?

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