Raspberry Green Tea

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OMG! What the heck am I drinking!? This isn’t GREEN tea…this looks like someone took a walk on a fall day – grabbed a handful of leaves and twigs, and called it a tea! Down the drain it goes!


That sounds like mistreating of innocent raspberries! Ought to be illegal.


It can’t possibly have ANY Raspberry in it…OR green tea leaves for that matter! It seriously looks like it has only twigs in it. OMG!


Suddenly I find myself appreciating the fact that tea companies don’t send out April Fools teas… Like, I don’t know, some sort of suppedly fruity herbal thing and then it turned out to freeze-dried onions or something. :p


Onions would have been a step up from this…lol…


Hey, onion-flavoured tea. Maybe we should push the idea to Adagio. I’m sure there would be someone who’d buy it. And what about leeks? Or cheese? Or beets? And there’s a whole entire spice-rack. Parsley? Sage? (Rosemary and Thyme, tralalalalaaa. Hadn’t actually noticed I was quoting that. :p) Oooh! Garlic! Or tomatoes. I’ll stop now, I’m disgusting myself.


GARLIC!!!!!! I’m in!


“Hello, Homemade Gourmet? This is the Society of Prevention of Cruelty to Tea calling….”


Garlic tea sounds amazing! And potential very flawed…




My father used to make (and drink) garlic liquor, so he would probably enjoy it.


lol, I thought I was the only one who had reactions like that to some teas!

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