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drank Caramel by Adagio Teas
538 tasting notes

mmmm. This tea is saving me from finals weeks stress! I know I’ve been absent, but I appreciate everyone on here so much and all their wonderful tea notes! I have exciting news! I am going to Peru for an Archaeological dig summer 2014!!! So I raise a celebratory cuppa caramel.
I purchased this over the Black Friday weekend so I got free shipping. Who could resist 3oz of tea for almost the same price as shipping?! I think I’ve mentioned this before, but price wise this is a wonderful tea. At $6/3oz it is my favorite “cheap” tea. This requires a much shorter steep time when compared to my other blacks. But when done correctly this is a creamy, sugary tasting caramel tea. When I use extra leaves the black tea notes come out a bit stronger than other caramel teas I’ve tried. This tea is great with or without milk/sugar.

Ysaurella

congrats for the Peru – you’ll come back with wonderful memories and you’ll probably drink Peruvian blended teas to share ideas with us

Tamm

Thank you!!! I will be sure to link to my photos once I get back! I’m thinking that there will be a lot of days and nights filled with coffee and tea drinking!

Ninavampi

Ooooh!!! You are going to be right next to me (as in Ecuador and Peru share borders!) hope you enjoy!!

Tamm

That’s so cool that we’ll be close! I’ve never gone out of the country before, so that part is getting me a bit nervous!

Ninavampi

Don’t worry about it! I am sure you’ll do great! Feel free to pm me if you have any questions or need advice on anything! :)

Tamm

Thank you for the encouragement! I’m so glad that I’ll be travelling with my professor because: (a) I trust him and (b) he spends tons of time there. Right now I need to figure out how to learn decent Spanish in a year.

spearmint

This is delayed but where in Peru are you digging? One of my arch classmates did his secondary field school in Peru last summer near Nazca.

Tamm

I’ll be in the Pomac Forest working on the Sicán project. :)

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Ysaurella

congrats for the Peru – you’ll come back with wonderful memories and you’ll probably drink Peruvian blended teas to share ideas with us

Tamm

Thank you!!! I will be sure to link to my photos once I get back! I’m thinking that there will be a lot of days and nights filled with coffee and tea drinking!

Ninavampi

Ooooh!!! You are going to be right next to me (as in Ecuador and Peru share borders!) hope you enjoy!!

Tamm

That’s so cool that we’ll be close! I’ve never gone out of the country before, so that part is getting me a bit nervous!

Ninavampi

Don’t worry about it! I am sure you’ll do great! Feel free to pm me if you have any questions or need advice on anything! :)

Tamm

Thank you for the encouragement! I’m so glad that I’ll be travelling with my professor because: (a) I trust him and (b) he spends tons of time there. Right now I need to figure out how to learn decent Spanish in a year.

spearmint

This is delayed but where in Peru are you digging? One of my arch classmates did his secondary field school in Peru last summer near Nazca.

Tamm

I’ll be in the Pomac Forest working on the Sicán project. :)

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