Tangerine Tea

These teas can resemble virtually any flavor imaginable.


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Aug 28th, '05, 22:54
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Tangerine Tea

by Ric » Aug 28th, '05, 22:54

I tried the tangerine tea from Adagio Teas today. I'm not one for overpowering the flavor in flavored tea, but the tangerine flavor in this tea seemed to light for me.

Aug 29th, '05, 08:54
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by jzero » Aug 29th, '05, 08:54

It's funny you mention that. I don't know if I got a bad batch, but when prepared as specified on the label, I've found it to be offensively sour. Even brewing it at half strength, I have to sweeten it to make it bearable, and I don't put sugar in anything!

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by Ric » Aug 29th, '05, 20:36

jzero wrote:It's funny you mention that. I don't know if I got a bad batch, but when prepared as specified on the label, I've found it to be offensively sour. Even brewing it at half strength, I have to sweeten it to make it bearable, and I don't put sugar in anything!
I wonder if it is a bad batch? I bought the tea for my mother, and I wanted to try it. So when I was at her house yesterday (or the day before), I brewed three cups and thought is was kind of week or "not right".

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