Garden Fulh Tea: Xihua Fruit tea

These teas can resemble virtually any flavor imaginable.


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Garden Fulh Tea: Xihua Fruit tea

by BioHorn » Jul 9th, '12, 19:25

Looks like it has kiwi, apricot and gosh knows what else.
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Re: Garden Fulh Tea: Xihua Fruit tea

by BioHorn » Jul 9th, '12, 19:37

Sorry to say it was sickeningly sweet with undertones of chemical artificial sweetner.

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Re: Garden Fulh Tea: Xihua Fruit tea

by Poohblah » Jul 9th, '12, 21:18

BioHorn wrote:Sorry to say it was sickeningly sweet with undertones of chemical artificial sweetner.
Yeah, that's how every tea that has dried fruit in it tastes. I think I might rather eat it dry.

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Re: Garden Fulh Tea: Xihua Fruit tea

by BioHorn » Jul 10th, '12, 00:08

Poohblah wrote:
BioHorn wrote:Sorry to say it was sickeningly sweet with undertones of chemical artificial sweetner.
Yeah, that's how every tea that has dried fruit in it tastes. I think I might rather eat it dry.
It tastes like there are added sweeteners. I'd be happy to send it to you as trail food. :D

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Re: Garden Fulh Tea: Xihua Fruit tea

by Poohblah » Jul 10th, '12, 00:28

Gross. I'd rather make my own trail mix, thanks ;)

(do they really sell that stuff in China? I thought dried fruit mixed with spices, herbs, and tea was an American thing)

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Re: Garden Fulh Tea: Xihua Fruit tea

by Chip » Jul 10th, '12, 00:30

Dried fruit added to teas are usually more for show as they do not add enough flavor on their own to the liking of Westerners ... they usually still add "flavors." :cry:

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Re: Garden Fulh Tea: Xihua Fruit tea

by iovetea » Jul 28th, '12, 14:13

Poohblah wrote:
BioHorn wrote:Sorry to say it was sickeningly sweet with undertones of chemical artificial sweetner.
Yeah, that's how every tea that has dried fruit in it tastes. I think I might rather eat it dry.
i thought the same they treally look delicious the dried fruits...

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