flavor similar to "Teavana" - Aztec Fire

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Nov 7th, '05, 15:10

flavor similar to "Teavana" - Aztec Fire

by fyman » Nov 7th, '05, 15:10


We recently tried a flavor at the Teavana store- anyone know anything about a flavor similar to "Teavana" - Azteca Fire?

I has strawberry, chocolate, and a spice that I cannot describe, but it is one of our favorite's! Combines well with other rooibos very well.


Thanks in advance!
Tony G
Gloucester, Va

Nov 7th, '05, 15:14


by Teatime » Nov 7th, '05, 15:14

I stopped at Teavana for the first time while my husband and I were in Chicago Saturday. They have alot of teas to select from but not as many as Adagio.

It was enjoyable looking at all the different teas.


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by teamuse » Nov 7th, '05, 18:40

if you are looking for strawberry and chocolate in a black tea...then Valentines would definately be you tea.
To get the spice you would probably have to do a little self blending...maybe Christmas or Oriental Spice?

although in looking at the picture in the link you provided...that looks like it could be an herbal...
that might be a little harder to manage with an outright adagio blend...but it may prove a fun way to experiment with blending to get the right taste...or perhaps one that's even better

Nov 7th, '05, 19:21

azteca fire

by fyman » Nov 7th, '05, 19:21

We ordered the 8 oz valentines tea, among others, on our $150 order with the trinitea machine today.
Tony & Trish
Gloucester, Va

Nov 9th, '05, 21:47

Aztec Fire

by nateman7 » Nov 9th, '05, 21:47

I bought some of this tea and the young man at the store said it has red pepper--you will discover this if you take a big sniff of the dry tea! I believe the tea also has pieces of walnut--there sure seems to be an oil residue after infusing. Rooibos with apple and strawberry pieces too. Good tea, gotta be able to handle some heat, though.

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