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 Post subject: Re: David's Tea
PostPosted: March 25th, 2013, 9:17 am 
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ariadne wrote:
Thanks! I'll get a small pack the next time I'm in the store to try it out. Maybe green tea isn't really as bad as I remember . . . . I just have to find the right one :wink:


Or you can come over and have some of mine :D


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 Post subject: Re: David's Tea
PostPosted: March 25th, 2013, 1:11 pm 
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flutesong wrote:
ariadne wrote:
Thanks! I'll get a small pack the next time I'm in the store to try it out. Maybe green tea isn't really as bad as I remember . . . . I just have to find the right one :wink:


Or you can come over and have some of mine :D


Thanks :lol: David's Tea will be the new drink of choice for book club :wink:


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 Post subject: Re: David's Tea
PostPosted: April 4th, 2013, 1:08 pm 
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Having a cup of Movie Night at my office. Since tonight is movie night it seemed fitting and it is a green tea that doesn't taste like grass :lol: Thanks for the recommendation.

I also got small amounts of a few other teas to sample earlier this week:
Jungle Ju Ju (just o.k.)
Main Squeeze (good)
Mulberry Madness (not a favorite)
Movie Night (good enough to buy more)
Strawberry Rubarb (good enough to buy more)


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 Post subject: Re: David's Tea
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You are very welcome :-)
I just finished a cup of Movie Night right now!
Now I'm going to see if I can get myself some Gold Rush to try.


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 Post subject: Re: David's Tea
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The Bollywood Chai is lovely. My super-favourites (the ones I try to always keep in the house) are Read My Lips, Glitter and Gold and Cream of Earl Grey.

Also, their Perfect Mugs are awesome. They hold a lot, come with an infuser basket and the lid keeps the tea warm. I have a space invaders one :)

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Kitchen Party wrote:
The Bollywood Chai is lovely. My super-favourites (the ones I try to always keep in the house) are Read My Lips, Glitter and Gold and Cream of Earl Grey.

Also, their Perfect Mugs are awesome. They hold a lot, come with an infuser basket and the lid keeps the tea warm. I have a space invaders one :)


Space Invaders?? Ooooh - I didn't see those ones.
I was in tonight (buying Gold Rush), and they have the clear perfect mugs on sale, 4 for $50.00 (They're usually $20 each). I like the look of the clear ones, we have 2 from the Wintergreen collection.


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 Post subject: Re: David's Tea
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It's an older one, they don't have them in the store anymore, and I don't think they have them online. :(

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 Post subject: Re: David's Tea
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I stopped by yesterday to get some of the new Summer Collection Teas. I detest mint so I didn't try the Mint Julep but I did pick up some of the Pink Passionfruit, Mango Fruit Punch and Coconut Grove. (I had already tried Tropicalia as it's a repeat)

I tried the Coconut Grove hot but didn't like it so I popped it into the fridge to see if it might be better iced.

Pink Passionfruit was my favorite of the new ones. I found Mango Fruit Punch had a bit of an aftertaste I didn't like.

They were also selling the 25g prepacks for 2 for $5 and they had Gold Rush and Cocoa Canela. Since Gold Rush is so expensive I was glad to get the prepacks on sale as it's one of my favorites. Cocoa Canela is one I hadn't tried before but it was yummy. I liked these ones better than the new summer teas :D


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Their new Mint Julep is amazing! My son bought me a 70g container for mothers day and I will soon need to go get some more!


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Coconut Grove as iced tea is fabulous! I didn't really like it hot and hadn't tried making iced tea with David's Tea before but it's so good that now I have to try some of the other flavors as iced tea :lol:

I have a batch of Citron Oolong and another of Mango Madness cooling now. Those were both flavours that I really wasn't crazy about as hot tea, so maybe they'll be wonderful as iced tea, too.


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ariadne wrote:
Coconut Grove as iced tea is fabulous! I didn't really like it hot and hadn't tried making iced tea with David's Tea before but it's so good that now I have to try some of the other flavors as iced tea :lol:

I have a batch of Citron Oolong and another of Mango Madness cooling now. Those were both flavours that I really wasn't crazy about as hot tea, so maybe they'll be wonderful as iced tea, too.


Something that is really nice for iced tea is the Strawberry Rhubarb Parfait - I made some the other day, and put a few frozen cherries in it instead of ice - delicious!


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