Can I brew different types of tea in the same pot?!

Question: Can I brew different types of tea in the same pot!?
I'm a tea novice but I read somewhere that you shouldn't brew different types of tea in the same pot but now I can't find that article again!. I have a cast iron tea pot with an enamel coating on the inside and I regularly brew a loose leaf green gunpowder tea from mighty leaf!. I got some other green tea with cherry added to it but I don't want my gunpowder tea to taste like cherry so I have been waiting to brew it!. Can anyone confirm or deny that the flavors will remain in the tea pot and contaminate my other tea!?Www@FoodAQ@Com

I would think the enamel wouldn't hold the flavor of previous teas!.

I usually mix a coconut flavored tea leaves with chocolate flavored ones to come up with a candy bar tasting tea!.!.!. then my husband brews his red rose - has never complained of tasting "almond joy" in it!.!.!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

scour your teapot with soap and water between tea makings!. Rinse well then do as the English do, Bring the teapot with water in it to a boil, dump that out then bring the next water to a boil and add the tea when you remove it from the heat source!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

I would use a different cup if its plastic!. I wouldn't think tea would leave the flavor like coffee would!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

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