rhubarb tea

These teas can resemble virtually any flavor imaginable.


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rhubarb tea

by Mocha Wheels » Aug 24th, '07, 10:50

i don't have time to google it, so just wondering- is there such a thing as a rhubarb tea?

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by LavenderPekoe » Aug 24th, '07, 11:51

viewtopic.php?t=355

Here's the actual link to the tea she is talking about:
http://www.culinaryteas.com/Flavored_Te ... m_Tea.html

Or do you mean tea made just by simmering rhubarb?

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by Mocha Wheels » Aug 24th, '07, 14:50

LavenderPekoe wrote:http://www.teachat.com/viewtopic.php?t=355

Here's the actual link to the tea she is talking about:
http://www.culinaryteas.com/Flavored_Te ... m_Tea.html

Or do you mean tea made just by simmering rhubarb?


nope, that's exactly what i was looking for, is there a white rhubarb tea? i prefer white, green, and oolongs over black tea.

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by Mary R » Aug 24th, '07, 15:10

I sincerely doubt anyone has combined rhubarb and white teas, but this is a fairly popular green blending.

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by Mocha Wheels » Aug 24th, '07, 15:35

Mary R wrote:I sincerely doubt anyone has combined rhubarb and white teas, but this is a fairly popular green blending.


thanks mary, but i'm looking for one w/o other flavors, although i'm sure strawberry and rhubarb is yummy- i want to make sure i can really taste the rhubarb.

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