Tea Rocks

These teas can resemble virtually any flavor imaginable.


Aug 31st, '05, 18:01

Tea Rocks

by Tea Freak » Aug 31st, '05, 18:01

hey!!! just wondering what teas people recommend. i'm only 15 so you have to be nice and help me :lol:

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Sep 5th, '05, 21:12
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by klemptor » Sep 5th, '05, 21:12

There are a ton! I'm a big fan of black flavored teas - here are some you'll probably like. Try Adagio's black coconut tea...it's simply wonderful - one of my favorites. A few others you might like are the (black) lemon and (black) apricot. All of these teas take sugar and creamer really well.

If you're looking for something less sweet, try Adagio's (black) forest berries or (black) Christmas blend.

Outside of Adagio, you should try The Republic of Tea's black blends. I particularly like their Vanilla Almond, Blackberry Sage, and Cinnamon Plum.

Much more sophisticated in taste are the non-flavored black teas - there's something much more satisfying about a delicate Darjeeling or a nice malty Assam. Definitely consider giving these a try!

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by PeteVu » Sep 7th, '05, 09:49

Im more of a fan of the green teas. For an interesting experience try out gunpowder, hojicha, dragonwell, citron green, kukicha, and sencha. each has their own distinct experience and im sure you'll fall in love with at least one of them. ^^

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by klemptor » Sep 7th, '05, 11:12

Ooh! Kukicha is one of my favorites :)

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by Sheedra » Jan 8th, '09, 20:56

Hi,
i'm french and i want to learn about the expression 'tea rocks. please ^^

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by Riene » Jan 8th, '09, 22:27

*smiles* The phrase means that tea is very very good, very cool.

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by kymidwife » Jan 8th, '09, 22:28

Urban Dictionary says it like this:

3. rocks: (adjective) something that's sublime or good
Example: You saw that movie! It rocks!

In this case... Tea rocks!

Alternative ways to state the same thing:

I find tea quite extraordinary.
Tea kicks ass!
I love tea.
Tea is indescribably good.

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by Vulture » Jan 9th, '09, 05:31

kymidwife wrote:Urban Dictionary says it like this:

3. rocks: (adjective) something that's sublime or good
Example: You saw that movie! It rocks!

In this case... Tea rocks!

Alternative ways to state the same thing:

I find tea quite extraordinary.
Tea kicks ass!
I love tea.
Tea is indescribably good.


Aww drat I was hoping someone invented hard pieces of tea that can get stuck in your shoe. 'hold on a sec I got a rock in my shoe.... oh look a tea rock *pops the rock in his mouth* all good now!'

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