326 Tasting Notes
I have teabags of this that I really enjoy traveling with because the tin was full of individually wrapped bags. The flavor is super mild, sweet, and floral. I steeped this for 2 minutes for the first 3 infusions, and 3 minutes for the next 2, 4 minutes for the third. Definitely a soft flavor, but very tasty.
Flavors: Flowers, Honey
This is a delicious tea! There is a definite mild scent to it that is unlike most other oolongs I have tried. I taste florals, peaches, and a definite honey note. I am a big fan, and look forward to the new few steeps!
Flavors: Flowers, Honey, Peach
I was amazed to realize exactly how much chocolate is in this tea, as evidenced by how chocolate “saucey” it was when it was done steeping. If you are one who sometimes gets lazy about dumping the used tea and washing your steeper, making a point to remember with this is a MUST if you want to get it easily clean.
That said, I enjoy how chocolatey it is. I wish it had a bit more spice, because I can also taste the orange pretty well. As it is now, it does taste like a chocolate orange, being about 60% chocolate and 38% orange and just the tiniest bit of spice I taste. It is good, I will enjoy finishing it, but I don’t think I enjoy it enough to repurchase. I’d just drink hot chocolate instead.
I really enjoyed this, though it isn’t particularly nuanced. I love oolong, and I love berries, so this was an obvious choice for me. I most appreciated that it didn’t seem too over-flavored, as many of Teavana’s teas tend to be, so the tea was the main event still. This is rare with Teavana stuff!
This is very coconutty, but falls a bit flat. I don’t think it is due to the flavor, but I am starting to not love the black tea base used in these flavored teas as I branch out and try other brands. Flavored blacks used to be all I drank…I think I just prefer oolongs and pu erhs more. But if you enjoy other flavors that Adagio has to offer, this one is a solid choice if you also enjoy creamy coconut!
This tastes like liquid cinnamon, very very similar to the spiced apple rooibos from Teavana. I love it, because I am nutty for cinnamon, but it definitely isn’t for the faint of heart! I recommend toning it down a bit and making it a bit more like dessert through using a little milk.
This is like drinking sweet cinnamon. I am totally, and completely fine with that. Admittedly, it would be considered to bold and in-your-face for many. But I am a cinnamon fiend!! It isn’t the most unique flavor ever, Bengal Spice celestial seasonings tastes just like this, so I doubt I will repurchase.