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89

I am not fond of the dry leaf scent. The aroma morphs as it steeps, however. This I appreciate. It’s a typical Green Tea Coloring. The taste is sweet and green but without the harsh green aftertaste you can sometimes get. It’s hard to believe that this tea is an artichoke tea. Thumbs up for the creative-ness. It’s a pretty tasty tea. I am going to do resteeps/infusions and report back, too.

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89

Lovely! Half a cup! Full review tomorrow with my full cup!

Cofftea

Why did you only make half a cup?

LENA

and i’ll be right here to read it! :)

TeaEqualsBliss

LOL – I was on my way out the door and only had a lil hot water left for the day before leaving work! LOL

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60
drank Keemun Concerto by Adagio Teas
161 tasting notes

Time to try the hair-free tin!

I accidentally steeped the heck out of the cup but it doesn’t seem to matter. Moderately malty, middle of the road keemun. Just “so-so” in my book. I’ll probably blend it in with my Irish Breakfast or add mint just to spruce it up.

teaplz

Yay! No more honkin’ hairs! ;)

LENA

YAY INDEED!

Cynthia Carter

Mint – what a great idea!

Jillian

Mint seems to go good with just about every tea or tisane I’ve tried.

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60
drank Keemun Concerto by Adagio Teas
161 tasting notes

Ya’ll…..

There were 2 big, honkin’ hairs in my sample tin. My never been opened, until now sample tin. I know for a fact that those hairs were not mine. Should I tell Adagio? Is this common? Should I just pick them out and drink up?!?! Ideas?

Auggy

Uhm… gross. Way gross. I can offer no advice – part of me says to contact Adagio because well, gross! Another part of me says that people drink pu-ehr and find nail clippings and bird feathers in it so it could be worse. Nah, I think I’d contact Adagio. Cause yeah, gross.

LENA

Thanks girl. I’ll try the online chat thingy. Man, I can’t drink this now. Gross indeed.

Angrboda

I think it might be a good idea to inform Adagio. It could be a one-time problem, but it could also be something they could fix really easily. And if they’re any kind of decent, they’ll give you a replacement sample.

TeaEqualsBliss

I’ve never had a problem with Adagio – I LOVE their customer service – so – I would mention it to them – I am sure they will ‘take care of it’…at least I think they would.

teafiend

Ewwwww. I’m go to throughly examine all of my teas now. I would pick it out and still drink it the heat will kill any potential pathogens. Still, tell Adagio.

LENA

Ok, thanks guys. I just finished my online chat with Adagio. (very cool by the way) They are sending me a replacement sample and two more free samples of my choice. She said it was to make it worth the shipping on their side. SO COOL AND SO NICE TO DEAL WITH. She was very apologetic about the “discovery”. Gotta love Adagio!!!

Auggy

Yay for Adagio! Almost makes me wish I’d find hair in one of my tins!

LENA

HAHAHA! No you don’t! But they more than made up for it. I think I am going to dump out that whole sample and look through it though. Maybe my tin escaped inspection.

TeaEqualsBliss

See…I KNEW Adagio would come thru! They are awesome! :)

teaplz

Awesome that this got resolved, Lena! Because that’s pretty disgusting.

Eww, Auggy, you make me never want to try pu-ehr tea!

Angrboda

Teaplz, you can also get pu-ehrs loose. :) I’ve never had a real cake, but I’ve never ever found anything in any of the loose pu-ehrs that I’ve tried that hadn’t at one point been part of a plant.

Auggy

@teaplz: Hahaha! Yep, that’s my feeling! It took me 2 years to try it and I’ve only tried loose. I think a cake is not going to happen.

Jillian

I’m glad you got things sorted out so quickly, Lena. Stuff like this can happen pretty randomly, even in the best places, unfortunately.

Oolonga

It’s not fair to give this tea such a low rating, you haven’t even tried it. Not that 2 hairs can affect the taste, you know.
I remember you saying in one of your reviews that you are not a girly girl but you are acting totally like one, he he :)

Cofftea

So the question is, what samples did you pic?:)

LENA

I picked white Silver Needle and Darjeeling #2. I’m really impressed with their customer service.

LENA

@ Oolonga – I thought about that after the fact (and after my hissy fit). I can’t take away the rating all together, so I just moved it to a neutral 50.

You don’t know me! :)

Auggy

Oolonga sounds like one of the brave ones that would have no fear when faced with a pu-ehr cake!

Suzi

@ Oolonga – LOL! I generally would tend to agree with you – hairs don’t gross me out at all, because I shed my waist-length mane like crazy – but I know for a lot of people it’s at the top of the GROOOOOOOOSS list.

Glad Adagio is making it up to you, Lena!

LENA

I’m jealous of anyone with a mane…I have fine hair. Limits the styles…booo!

Oolonga

LENA F.
Glad you changed your mind :)

Auggy
To be honest, I haven’t met a pu-ehr cake in person yet but I guess I will be able to handle it…

teaplz

I don’t mind hair… as long as it’s mine! But someone else’s… blech. Like Auggy pointed out, there are way grosser things to find in your tea (nail clippings? I think I’d gag), but still.

Lena, I love your use of the word “honking” in your post, by the way!

LENA

@ Auggy – oh man, if I would have seen a fingernail clipping or a bird’s feather I probably would have thrown up. I may not be a girly girl, but I don’t have a cast-iron stomach! No pu-erh cakes for me!

Auggy

A cigarette butt was also on the list of nasty things people had found in their cakes. Dead bugs another. Yeah. Not cool. I guess that is a VERY good reason why people give their pu ehr a rinse before drinking it! Not like that’d wash a fingernail out…

takgoti

Ew. Ew. EW. EWWWWW.

This thread has turned me off trying a pu-erh cake. For now, anyway. EW.

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74
drank Sweet Potato Pie by Adagio Teas
911 tasting notes

I can’t help but compare this one to Samovar’s Yunnan Golden Buds, which is unflavored but tastes of baked sweet potatoes with butter and brown sugar (in other words, awesome). I’ll tell you right off – this one? Doesn’t win the contest. But at the same time, I like it. For me, it needs milk and sugar to really work, but with those additions it tastes like uncooked sweet potatoes with a starchy undernote that makes me think of the baked Yukon Gold potato I had yesterday). It’s a solid tea with some good texture to it, which I really like for the mornings. Bold and thick, it makes a good morning tea that is just fine in a tumbler (something I don’t think I’d ever attempt to do with YGB). So while this isn’t anywhere near the delicious sweet potato-ness of YGB, I still like it.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 45 sec
Cofftea

Oh now I need to try YGB! Thanks for the comparison:)

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74
drank Sweet Potato Pie by Adagio Teas
911 tasting notes

Anybody have any idea what the tea base of this is? Adagio’s site doesn’t say but I know typically they use Ceylon, yes? But this tastes more like an Assam. Bake-y and a little malty. Or maybe I’m on crack. Either or.

Smell-wise, I get a lot of bake-y smell then followed with sweet potato – a not fully cooked sweet potato casserole maybe. DH got the bake-y, too, but he thought of some sort of rich biscotti.

Taste-wise, it’s a mix of sweet potato casserole, raw sweet potato and pumpkin pie for me. I could taste a faint marshmallow after the sip but had to look for it – only got it on the inhale after a large sip. The first was a bake-y taste that made me think of pie crust. Then the mid-taste which hit me as very much potato-y and alternated between cooked and raw (there was a sort of crispness to the smell that made me think raw). (DH is going with a predominately pumpkin pie taste).

So yeah, weird to have a tea taste like sweet potato but I kind of love it. Some of the notes (particularly the bake-y) reminded me of the much loved Thomas Sampson which is why I wonder if this has an Assam base. I do think I will love this tea.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec
Cofftea

By default I’d say ceylon. But shoot them an email or click on “Chat with our tea expert” to ask:)

LENA

now THAT’S what I’m talking about. now I’m eager to try it!

Auggy

I think that’s the default base of most flavored teas… I just get such a crust smell and taste from it… Will try the chat thing.

….

Never used the chat thing but it works well – yay for instant gratification! Yes, it is Ceylon and (in case anyone needs this information) all of their new savory teas are gluten-free.

Auggy

@Lena: I kind of love it. It’s weird at first but the potato flavor seems very natural and not too strong or out of place. If the rest of the sample tin works out like this first cup did, I will be getting more.

kat

Sounds awesome. I was wondering about this tea cuz I LOVE sweet potatoes, thanks for the review!

LiberTEAS

Auggy: I emailed Adagio to ask them what tea they used in this, and they replied back that it is a Ceylon. I wrote to them to ask because it does taste like Assam to me too – maybe not entirely Assam, but it does have a malt note to it, so I thought that maybe it was a blend of Assam and Ceylon.

I really like this tea too.

Auggy

Yeah, it has that starchy taste to it that makes me think Assam. So I suppose that must come from… the flavoring?

LiberTEAS

I don’t know… I suppose so. It’s a tasty tea, though.

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20
drank Ginger Peach by Adagio Teas
161 tasting notes

ICK! One more time. ICK! Where’s the peach? The ginger is so overwhelming and artificial tasting. If the tea wasn’t labled “Ginger Peach” I would have sworn it was just a Ginger flavored black tea. Adagio offers a flavored ginger tea, so I can’t imagine how much stronger and intense that tea would be. Yikes! I love ginger but this is just too much. I found myself grimacing and scrunching up my nose trying to finish the cup. And one cup was enough for me. The taste is lingering…and it’s not the most pleasant.

This one is going into the drawer of misfit teas in hope to be swapped at a later date.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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75

I’m having a cuppa this after my lunch…still hungry…sigh…

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75

I HAD to throw my lunch away…bleh. Decided to do a 2nd cup of this tho!!! I’m going thru my snack drawer at work – which is REALLY thin – mind you – and found some dehydrated sweetened Pineapple. They are surprisingly good to nibble on while sipping this tea.

Cofftea

Pineapple and sesame tea? Weird. LOL:) Why did you have to throw your lunch away?

TeaEqualsBliss

It’s was plain brown rice – boil in a bag – no flavor – but it looked bad – grossed me out! LOL

Cofftea

You were just going to have rice? Nothing else? Ick lol.

TeaEqualsBliss

Well…it was the only thing I had to eat…didn’t have cash on me. Usually I will have it with Hummus. No hummus in sight, however…

Cofftea

Hummus! Yum. I’m thinking of trying to make matcha hummus.

TeaEqualsBliss

Let me know how that goes! :P

Cofftea

Ok, let me rephrase that- I’m thinking of trying it after someone else makes it. Yes, I know- I’m a hypocritcal wimp lol. I’d have no clue how much to put in.

Cofftea

Thinking… How about steeping a 2nd infusion (you DON’T need to add anymore caffeine lol) to make matcha… or maybe a matcha made w/ genmaicha?

TeaEqualsBliss

interesting…

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75

Thought I would pair this with my lunch today. I’m having brown rice which isn’t all that great because it’s the kind you nuke…but…I was hungry and didn’t have any cash on me…so…anyhow…thank GOD the tea is better than the rice! Will just have to fill up on tea, I guess…

Bethany

I still have a sample of this lying around. I was so excited to try it, but I keep putting it off for some reason! Glad to hear it’s tasty.

TeaEqualsBliss

If at first you don’t succeed try to steep again…the tastes are totally different with the different timing. Not sure if you want to start a little weak and then move up to stronger or not…not sure how much you like soy or sesame…

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75

I have toasted sesame seeds before and this is certainly what they smell like, indeed! Once steeped, however, they just smell like regular sesame seeds. The leaves are greasy looking – which is something ‘new’ from Adagio. It’s not a bad tea…I actually somewhat like it. It’s a strong and bold taste so if you are looking for something a little lighter…try understeeping and/or less loose leaf while steeping. I’m thinking about using this to make rice for flavoring just for the heck of it. Not bad…E for effort. Nice creative attempt on something new.

TeaEqualsBliss

I ate some toast with this…it was a wonderful pair!

Madison Bartholemew

Making the rice with it is a really good idea!

Cofftea

I had the same idea. 2.25 grams per serving of rice steeped in the water for 5 min at boiling before adding the rice.

TeaEqualsBliss

NICE! (Or should I say RICE!?)

Jillian

Mmm that sounds like a nice idea.

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56
drank Gingerbread by Adagio Teas
6770 tasting notes

I thought I would give this one another try. I’m still not very fond of it BUT I understeeped to see the difference and I think I like it understeeped for a change usually I like the more bold and dark and powerful types of tastes but this one I enjoy on the lighter side…the ole’ less is more theory.

Preparation
3 min, 30 sec
I ♥ NewYorkCiTEA

At least you’ve found a way to make the tea work for you. Congrats.

Robert Godden

I think I would like this one

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56
drank Gingerbread by Adagio Teas
6770 tasting notes

This smells JUST LIKE Gingerbread! It’s steeps quick and is dark in color. At first sip I was turned off my the overpowering gingerbread taste…it’s probably one of the more flavorful black teas that I have tried from Adagio. After the first sip I was afraid I was going to write a really bad review BUT the second sip was much more pleasant…maybe my palate just wasn’t ready for it!? Not sure. As I drink it more I’m adjusting to the taste. It’s OK but not one I would buy again. I will continue to drink and continue to try and mess with the amounts and lengths of steeps.

Preparation
4 min, 0 sec

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73
drank Rooibos Cocomint by Adagio Teas
61 tasting notes

I had this two night ago, and wasn’t really with it at the point to write a decent commentary. Now its not directly in front of me, so I’m working from memory here.

The first impression of the smell is chocolate, infused with mint. A deeper whiff adds a smell of dry earth, very dirt like. In the taste the earthiness of the rooibos became much more prominent and almost interfered with my enjoy of the cocomint. The chocolate wasn’t to over the top sweet, and the mint tasted fresh and real. These two blended very well together, while the roughness of the actual rooibos was a bit out of sync.

I did enjoy it throughly, and will drink deeply but I will have to make sure I’m the proper mood for such a tea.

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69
drank Toasted Sesame by Adagio Teas
61 tasting notes

I had a decently sized, well thought out comment on this tea. But then I got distracted, ate dinner, did some work, watch a little South Park, and realized I never finished or posted the note. And then we had a system update, so it was lost.
All in all it boiled down to this tea tastes like sesame seeds and it was delicious in that sense. But I’m not a huge fan of sesame, so I won’t drink it often.
Also, the dried leaves smell exactly like soy sauce, and maybe a little bit of peanut butter if you stick your nose in there deep and good. They look super oily too. Very odd.

Mike

eek…sorry about losing your post :( Hope the new features are worth it!

Seeing too many posts about this tea…it does seem…odd. Must…try…

teafiend

Oh, totally worth it! Other than the initial spam on my dashboard, I really like the cupboard idea.
Mostly my fault, I left it up for like about 2+ hrs.

Angrboda

Oh I hate when posts get eaten. Happened to me too the other day, although that was entirely my own fault. I think there is some sort of natural rule somewhere that says that the longer the post is, the more likely it is to disappear mysteriously, because I can’t recall ever having it happen with a new post. I’ve taken to writing my posts in Semagic now, which I also use for my LJ and then copy/pasting the whole thing over when I’m done. Especially if I know I’m going to be rambly.

takgoti

Between this and the artichoke tea I might be in for a rather bizarre purchase from adagio. After the holidays, perhaps.

Jillian

@Takgoti, There’s a special on Adagio right now that if you spend $19 you get a sample pack of the savory teas for free. That’s why we’re all trying them out at once. And don’t forget the Sweet Potato Pie tea. ;)

takgoti

WHAT? DAMN. Must. Not. Spend. MONEY.

Jillian

Doooo-eeeeet! :P

takgoti

I love how this is turning into you and me having conversations on everyone’s tasting notes. [I BLAME LIVE FEED.] It’s like we’re leaving little presents for everyone! HAPPY BIRTHDAY, Steepsterites! Pls snd tea!

Jillian

Personally, I prefer to blame boredom. And yeah we’re totally turning this into a free-topic forum. :D

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67
drank Keemun Rhapsody by Adagio Teas
1614 tasting notes

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67
drank Keemun Rhapsody by Adagio Teas
1614 tasting notes

This is the second Keemun I have tasted, and I prefer this one. The flavor isn’t extremely strong, which I like. It has a nice nutty and malty scent and flavor. :)

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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57
drank Artichoke Green by Adagio Teas
911 tasting notes

Just finished watching District 9 and thought it was time to change up the tea I was drinking. I realized I haven’t had this in a while (and I’ve only had it once) so I pulled it out. It smells a lot more floral than I remember. Taste-wise, it’s odd. A little tart, a little floral. When I take a big sip, I get a raw, sharp green veggie taste (hello artichoke) and the aftertaste is slightly vinegar-y. The front taste of each sip is also odd. Almost a powdery floral taste. Very weird and this one bit of taste just doesn’t really go for me.

So yeah, dropping the score on this one just a little. It’s odd and go Adagio for attempting the weirdness because you never know until you try, right? This isn’t a great tea, but if I was in a weird mood, I think this would fit pretty well. Not a tea to drink when looking for a lot of subtlety because it isn’t a subtle tea and if you look too hard, you end up with powdery floral. But hey, want a green to smack you around just a little bit and give you something unexpected? This would do it!

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec
TeaEqualsBliss

At least the tea is better than the movie! I watched it the other night and thought it was one of the worst movies I have EVER seen! LOL

laurenpressley

Huh, I just watched this movie the other night, too! I guess we were all waiting for it to come out on DVD!

takgoti

I actually really enjoyed District 9. I’m not going to get into it too much, but I thought it was very well done on many fronts – especially considering their rather miniscule budget [comparatively speaking].

Anyhow, this tea still sounds really, really weird. How would you compare it to White Cucumber, Auggy?

Angrboda

I have to agree with Takgoti on D9. There were many things about it that worked out very well. That said, though, I found it a bit too violent for my taste and that overshadowed it for me. Kind of like Watchmen. Good story, but ruined for me by too much gore.

Micah

I saw this tea the other day and it seemed so intriguing! Good to know that it isn’t disgusting.

Auggy

@takgoti – White Cumber is EEEEEVIL! This one is much better. Mucho mas better.

And I agree with takgoti and Angrbroda. I enjoyed the movie. I liked the under-story he was showing even if I thought the main story lacked a true connection to the characters. And I’ll admit, I thought the exploding people was kind of… disgustingly giggle-worthy.

takgoti

@Auggy HAHAHAHA okay!

I think the gamer in me has made me not mind gore so much. That, and being around boys and action movies has kind of…well, they’ve combined to make it not as big of a deal as it should be. I think that sometimes movies [especially when their core demographic is a group of people who might be semi-immune to violence in media] push the limits on graphicness to make a point. I’m going to stop here, because I see this becoming longer. And not gonna lie, I teared up in D9.

Also, part of me wants to try the artichoke. I think I’m just gonna have to cave and order a little sampler pack from Adagio. Maybe when I run out of Keemun Rhapsody [LENA F. is awesome].

Angrboda

I would have thought that my job had conditioned me to not be squeamish. I work in a hospital pathology lab and I can handle various insides and blood and guts and what have you there with no problem. Someone’s lung with with a tumor the size of my fist? Not a problem. An amputated finger that keeps pointing at you no matter which way you turn the container? Piece of cake. But on tv, even knowing that it’s fake and what I’m used to seeing is very very real, I don’t do so well. It’s weird, really.

As for this whole savoury line, Adagio released, I’ll have to say the white cucumber that Ricky sent to me pretty much murdered any curiosity I ever had for the others. I’ll probably still give them a go if I ever get the chance, but I can totally live with missing out.

takgoti

@Angrboda That’s so funny. I have trouble dealing with the real stuff unless I talk myself down and really detach myself before I see it. So can you not watch doctor shows and stuff like that either?

Also, yeah…white cucumber is quite…singular.

LENA

District 9 was alright…I gave it 3 out of 5 Netflix stars. I don’t think I’ve tried this tea yet. I’m just not in the mood for the overly strange.

@ takgoti – oh no no no…you are the most awesome!

Angrboda

Takgoti, doctor shows and such are fine, (except for when they get stuff wrong. You do NOT spin a bloodsample in which you want to count the cell types, for example. Or when they order tests done that cannot be done in less than 24 hours). It’s more violence-gore than just insides-gore.

takgoti

@Angrboda That’s hilarious [in an observational way, not a haha laughing at you way]. I have a friend in med school who gets really angry when she watches Grey’s Anatomy. Like, really angry. Interesting about the gore differences. Insides-gore tends to make me more queasy than than violence gore. Not that I really have any real-life experience with either.

Angrboda

Takgoti, I haven’t watched Grey’s much. I got tired of it pretty quickly. I watched House for a while and didn’t spot any enormous mistakes there apart from the tests-that-takes-24-hours-w/-results-in-20-minutes thing. And the fact that he has the DOCTORS do the lab work, apparently. I’m sure they’re supposed to have more than the one patient to worry about, so could they kindly stop taking my job, plz? I dunno, maybe a doctor’s job is different in America, but over here most doctors rarely, if ever, get anywhere near the lab.

takgoti

Hahaha, yeah, well testing results always get a time cut for…time purposes. I know people who get annoyed with that in a lot of procedurals too, but I guess it’s just one of those things everyone has to suspend their belief for to make the show more enjoyable. And yeah, doctors here don’t do lab work here eitehr, but the idea on House [and I think in at least one episode they’ve touched on that specifically] is that his team is completely autonomous from the rest of the hospital and he doesn’t trust the lab techs because he thinks they’re idiots. Part of his conditions upon working there was that they only take on patient at a time. Anyhow, I heart Hugh Laurie very much and I don’t know anything about medicine, so it’s an easy pill for me to swallow regardless of accuracy!

TeaEqualsBliss

Don’t get me wrong…I love sci fi stuff…I guess I just thought it was overly cheesy…I was really expecting more and thought the acting was really bad. The story had potential…but was left wanting…lol…

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57
drank Artichoke Green by Adagio Teas
911 tasting notes

My turn to try this oddity!

The dry leaves smell sweet. Not syrupy or anything, just sweet. Can’t really link that to artichoke… While brewing, it has a different smell… some of the tang is coming through. It makes my mouth water just a bit. Almost like very diluted bread and butter pickle juice.

It tastes… neat. Different. Softer than I expected. The first taste is hard to place. Vinegar? But not like straight vinegar and not as strong as the smell. It just has a similar note to it… a clean sort of tang. The ending taste is the most fresh artichoke-like taste I think. As I inhale after the sip there is a very fresh green almost floral taste. I would say this gives me a very pickled artichoke feel but pickled artichoke has always been very mouth puckering to me and this isn’t sour/tangy enough to do that. Just tangy enough to add interest.

Anyway, so far I’m intrigued. It’s a weird flavor to have in tea but I think it is done well. Not sure how in love with this tea I will be once the freak-factor is eliminated from it but I won’t have any problem going through the sampler tin.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 45 sec
Charisma

Hmm interesting! I’m going to be getting this in the mail soon! I’m glad it isn’t too tangy or sour since a part of me is a bit hesitant to try it! Thanks for sharing your notes!

Cofftea

try dropping the temp by 5 degrees and steeping it for 15 seconds longer.

Auggy

@oOTeaOo: I actually started with this one because I figured it would be the most offensive but I was pleasantly surprised. I quite like it.

@Cofftea: Please stop telling me what time and temp to make my teas at. I do not always follow the recommended directions and you telling me in your comments will not change that fact. I do what works for me. If I need your input, I will ask for it.

Cofftea

I’m not telling you what you should do, it’s just a suggestion.

takgoti

Artichoke tea? This just might be the tea the pushes me to ordering from adagio again. I haven’t been this intrigued about trying something strange since I found out about Jones’ Soda’s Thanksgiving in a bottle pack.

Auggy

Haha – that’s what made me do it! Some weirdness just must be tried!

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85
drank Masala Chai by Adagio Teas
10 tasting notes

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Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 45 sec

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70
drank Cranberry by Adagio Teas
6770 tasting notes

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70
drank Cranberry by Adagio Teas
6770 tasting notes

Fairly yummy this morning…I really need to buy some more BLACK and BLACK FLAVORED TEA…running low…

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70
drank Cranberry by Adagio Teas
6770 tasting notes

Had a cuppa this morning…running low on Black and Black Flavored Teas but still have over an ounce of this one…hum…

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70
drank Cranberry by Adagio Teas
6770 tasting notes

This was better than I remember it. Maybe it’s one of those teas I have to infuse less loose leaf for less time…not sure…but it was fairly tasty today…

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