Citron Green

Made from leaves that have not been oxidized.


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Citron Green

by Ric » Aug 25th, '05, 23:36

I received a sample of citron green awhile back, now it's my favorite green tea!

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Re: Citron Green

by Mike B » Aug 26th, '05, 06:23

Ric wrote:I received a sample of citron green awhile back, now it's my favorite green tea!

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And this is why I've always liked you more than the others.

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by PeteVu » Aug 26th, '05, 20:30

i was kind of dissapointed with citron green. tasted more like rind than citrus fruits. apricot green for president.

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by Ric » Aug 26th, '05, 20:39

PeteVu wrote:i was kind of dissapointed with citron green. tasted more like rind than citrus fruits. apricot green for president.
I like green tea, and I like citrus - works for me. :wink:

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by Mike B » Aug 26th, '05, 20:40

Ric wrote:I like green tea, and I like citrus - works for me.
Don't listen to PeteVu. He's still bitter about the AP English test he failed.

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by PeteVu » Aug 26th, '05, 20:45

Ric wrote:
I like green tea, and I like citrus - works for me. :wink:

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i do too, but it doesnt taste like citrus.

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by PeteVu » Aug 26th, '05, 20:48

Mike B wrote: Don't listen to PeteVu. He's still bitter about the AP English test he failed.
for your information i did well on that test. not that im ever gonna use anything i learned in that class again.

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by Ric » Aug 26th, '05, 20:52

Mike B wrote:
Ric wrote:I like green tea, and I like citrus - works for me.
Don't listen to PeteVu. He's still bitter about the AP English test he failed.
What is the "AP English teat?"

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by PeteVu » Aug 26th, '05, 20:55

Ric wrote: What is the "AP English teat?"
this stupid test high school kids take to get out of college english.

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by Ric » Aug 26th, '05, 21:00

PeteVu wrote:
Ric wrote: What is the "AP English teat?"
this stupid test high school kids take to get out of college english.
Oh, I see. :)

I have not seen any school for many, many years now! Oh, but my son is now it school - he started kindergarten two weeks ago. :D

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by jzero » Aug 29th, '05, 09:00

PeteVu wrote:
Ric wrote:
I like green tea, and I like citrus - works for me. :wink:

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i do too, but it doesnt taste like citrus.
Even MORE disappointing, it doesn't taste like Citron either! :D

Green Earl for the win here. Bergamot is technically a citrus fruit ;)
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by PeteVu » Aug 29th, '05, 09:12

i cant even imagine earl grey green. bergamot seems like such a strong flavor thats well paired with black teas. is it possible to keep the bergamot from overpowering a green tea?

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by jzero » Aug 29th, '05, 10:46

Personally, I love Green Earl, because it does not have the bitterness of Black Earl.

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by Marlene » Aug 29th, '05, 11:52

I expected to hate the citron green. I was pleasantly suprised, it wasn't bad. Wasn't great either though.
Earl Greys are way too strong for me. I always have to cut it with another tea to make it bearable.

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by Ric » Aug 29th, '05, 20:13

jzero wrote:Even MORE disappointing, it doesn't taste like Citron either! :D

Green Earl for the win here. Bergamot is technically a citrus fruit ;)
Now that's hard core Citron! But one draw back, there is not tea taste in that! :lol:

I used to drink Earl Grey (black) tea a lot, but I just have gotten tired of the taste on Earl Grey. (Or is it Earl Gray? I'm too lazy to look it up right now. :lol: )

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