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An odditea!!

Postby Mark » Wed Apr 10, 2019 10:23 am

Coming back through Heathrow Dutyfree, I saw some Chilli and Ginger tea. Possibly not my best purchase decision in the world. It's 'interesting' or perhaps 'unusual.' Being British, I might even have to describe it as 'having it's own unique and distinctive flavour.'

It's black tea, not much ginger flavour, and a hint of chilli heat to it. Not actually unpleasant, but certainly not something you'd be queuing round the block to buy!
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Re: An odditea!!

Postby wingnut2 » Wed Apr 10, 2019 5:24 pm

Mark wrote:Coming back through Heathrow Dutyfree, I saw some Chilli and Ginger tea. Possibly not my best purchase decision in the world. It's 'interesting' or perhaps 'unusual.' Being British, I might even have to describe it as 'having it's own unique and distinctive flavour.'
It's black tea, not much ginger flavour, and a hint of chilli heat to it. Not actually unpleasant, but certainly not something you'd be queuing round the block to buy!

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Re: An odditea!!

Postby casper » Wed Apr 10, 2019 7:36 pm

Sounds interesting but not my cup of tea :) did it have any tea leaves in it at all
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