I asked this question.
hobodave called it a 'getting to know you' question and suggests that cooking.stackexchange isn't a forum.
He seems to think that I'm new to StackExchange. I love SE, try to use MO, rely on SO, and have done lots to promote my favorite Area51 project, including hours of email writing.
Frankly, I have very little respect for cooking.stackexchange.com, even though I love SE itself, after getting a response like that.
Somebody please tell me, if the users of this site aren't willing to consider flavors themselves, as my question asked them to do, what is the use of this site?
As far as I can tell, from questions like the one linked to below, cooking SE is quite useless as a method of sharing knowledge, rather than sharing information people can find with google or wikipedia.
The top-rated answer to that question is simply a wikipedia link.
All that said, I'd like my question reopened. I think it was unfairly closed. I asked people to consider the flavor of green tea and find new flavors that would go with it. That is a community wiki-style big list question, I am aware. However, it's not something you can find on wikipedia.