Wanted: Your favorite flavored iced tea picks.

These teas can resemble virtually any flavor imaginable.


Dec 15th, '07, 21:54
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Wanted: Your favorite flavored iced tea picks.

by teaforleelee » Dec 15th, '07, 21:54

I'm going to buy some loose tea for iced tea soon, and was wondering what I should try. Any suggestions?

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Dec 16th, '07, 12:50
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by LavenderPekoe » Dec 16th, '07, 12:50

I like fruits like mango (the best) and apricot. I also really like Casablanca twist both hot and iced.

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by teaforleelee » Dec 16th, '07, 12:59

Casablanca twist is wonderful, but I"ve only had it hot. I will definately try it iced. I like mango and apricot, too. Do you like doing it with herbals or black tea? Or green, or white for that matter?

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by scruffmcgruff » Dec 16th, '07, 13:04

This technically isn't flavored, but occasionally I like iced peppermint tisane. It's not strong at all, but it's nice to have around.

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by skywarrior » Dec 16th, '07, 14:00

Adagio Oriental Spice.

Also, Adagio Chocolate.

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Dec 16th, '07, 18:41
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by LavenderPekoe » Dec 16th, '07, 18:41

I do it with black teas. I am not a fan of white teas at all and green and I are only sort of friendly. :)

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by teaforleelee » Dec 20th, '07, 23:13

Thanks. I'll order some chocolate soon.

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by Wesli » Dec 20th, '07, 23:17

WHITE BLUEBERRY



Sorry, but that's the only flavored iced tea I'll go anywhere near.

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by Space Samurai » Dec 21st, '07, 00:21

Tea comes flavored?

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Dec 21st, '07, 01:47
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by Wesli » Dec 21st, '07, 01:47

Scruff McGruff wrote:This technically isn't flavored, but occasionally I like iced peppermint tisane.


Technically isn't a tea either.

:P

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by scruffmcgruff » Dec 21st, '07, 03:24

Fair enough :P

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by Mary R » Dec 21st, '07, 08:25

I'll go with Scruff on the peppermint...but I steer clear of the tisane route by drinking some sort of Moroccan Mint. It's great on mornings when I wake up and just feel crappy. I think the peppermint might settle my stomach or something. I don't know...I just feel better after drinking it.

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by henley » Jan 29th, '08, 16:57

At a recent trade show, a tea vendor was serving tropical rooibos iced. I can see it being especially refreshing in the summer.

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by Cinnamon Kitty » Jan 29th, '08, 17:09

I agree with anyone who mentioned peppermint tea as an iced tea. Its one of my favorites. I used to mix some peppermint with whatever green tea I had on hand and turn it into ice tea. I got some weird looks from my roommate when I did that since I brewed it between 4 to 6 mugs instead of in a pot. If I don't finish a mug of any mint tea, it goes in the fridge and I'll drink it cold later.

When my parents make iced tea, they enjoy lemon, berry, and fruit flavors. They would combine strawberry, blueberry, lemon, and peach in some occasions for a decent fruity cold tea.

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by Wesli » Jan 29th, '08, 17:29

MW???? :shock:

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