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Old 04-26-2010, 08:11 PM   #1
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Default Tea Suggestions (from adiago)

I have a 50 Dollar gift card to adiago teas and am looking for suggestions on what to purchase.

My favorites from there include
-jasmine #12
-yumman Gold
-silver needle
-casablanca twist (other suggestions of a minty sencha or green??)


Finally, I'm not a big fan of really flavored teas, light flavoring is good, but when it overtakes the natural tea tastes...not so much

Thanks in advance for your suggestions.
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I have a 50 Dollar gift card to adiago teas and am looking for suggestions on what to purchase.

My favorites from there include
-jasmine #12
-yumman Gold
-silver needle
-casablanca twist (other suggestions of a minty sencha or green??)


Finally, I'm not a big fan of really flavored teas, light flavoring is good, but when it overtakes the natural tea tastes...not so much

Thanks in advance for your suggestions.
Ceylon Sonata and Assam Harmony are my go to faves.
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Old 04-27-2010, 06:23 AM   #3
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Ceylon Sonata and Assam Harmony are my go to faves.
I am drinking Sonata right now, its fab. I have Assam here as well.

I really enjoy Earl Grey Bravo without sugar or milk at all. I also really really really love my IngenuiTEA, so if you dont have one, start with it. I am also drinking Darjeeling #1, Oolong #8 and Darjeeling Summer.
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Try the Jasmine Silver Needle.
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Default Re: Tea Suggestions (from adiago)

I have an IngenuiTEA, its the best tea making device I've ever owned. I was going to get one of the around 8 dollar white tea pots, but they appear to be sold out. I want to be able to make tea in larger quantities than the IngenuiTEA, but I have no device to do so...

I've had the earl grey bravo and the ceylon sonata, both were great.

I'm learning getting many sampler (8-10 cup) sized again for my third big purchase from them, I get sencha and a black/darjeeling blend (daily drinkers) from a store here in town, so I think im going to keep trying to expose myself to different and more diverse teas available from them.

Jasmine silver needle, a couple Darjeeling, Oolong 8, more sonata, earl grey bravo (maybe the other type or earl gray as well, have any experience with that?), Assam, jasmine 12, and a couple others yet to be decided
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I like golden monkey.
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If you like greens, try Hoji-cha and Genmai-cha.
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