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I have the newer format, in teabags!…HUH, WHA, NOOOOOO, NOT TEABAGS! EEEGADS!…lol.

Aroma: Smooth, delicate, mild and sweet…a little caramel, a little chocolate and mild Sri Lanka tea.

Taste: It started out a little, excuse the pun, but a little “watery”…not much to it, a little too mild. The longer it steeped, the more the flavor profile shown through; it is actually really sweet with noticeable cocoa notes. Also, the region it hails from, Yunnan, China, you can detect in the flavor…a little earthiness, a little smokiness.

Aftertaste: The aftertaste is mostly the chocolate-y cocoa with a little of the earthiness lingering…different.

To me, this tea seems to be a good after dinner tea because of the prominent chocolate notes…tasty.

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more
Cofftea

Tea bags are fine… can be really good actually… but why on earth they’d put a tea that’s gorgeous and fun to watch steep in a tea bag is beyond me… oh well, that’s Adagio for ya.

MacchaMan

yea, I agree, I do like the tea though…

MacchaMan

teabags are good…lol.

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Cofftea

Tea bags are fine… can be really good actually… but why on earth they’d put a tea that’s gorgeous and fun to watch steep in a tea bag is beyond me… oh well, that’s Adagio for ya.

MacchaMan

yea, I agree, I do like the tea though…

MacchaMan

teabags are good…lol.

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