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Certainly more enjoyable than the Pu Erh Dante from Adagio. It’s much smoother, less dense and more delicate. I’d imagine that this would appeal to a much wider group of tea drinkers.
OK, but not a favorite. I’m not a huge fan of blends and this tin is a bit past expiration, so that could also be a contributing factor.
Dark, rich and earthy. A not so delicate, but quite typical Pu erh.
Was looking for something to drink and there was this sample from Adagio. I opened the container and the aroma wafting up woke up my senses! The hint of chocolate is what first got me. Then after brewing for 5 minutes, the taste was wonderful: rich, creamy and the hint of chocolate. Not for early morning but mid morning or (I can hardly wait) mid afternoon this is too good!!
I was in the mood for this today. I steep it for 4 minutes and find that it gives me a nice flavor that is neither too strong or bitter. Smells good and has a lovely color. Have about one cup left of the sample so I suppose I need to order a full size seeing as this is one of the only straight (non-flavored) black teas I enjoy.
Still one of my favorite teas of all time. I’m just about through my third sample size of this.. I should probably just suck it up and order a 4 oz.
Not the best REsteep but still a good tea. When you REsteep it it’s pure oolong taste and smell no 9or VERY little) Vanilla…still good tho
Steeped longer and with more loose leaves present. The aroma is amazing! The taste is good, too! The coloring is quite dark for an oolong. The Vanilla tries to blend in once steeped…not overpowering at all. Nice cup!
Forgot to log from last night…my stash of this stuff is fading fast…ek! MUST order more SOON
Resteep at 195 F. 3 min was almost too long. It got a little strong. The scent of the golden liquid is like roses and the flavor is really complex with some astringency. This one is growing on me =)
A nice, simple green tea. Did two infusions and it held up well. Am about to see if I can squeeze a 3rd infusion.
3 cups this afternoon…lovely scent and pleasant taste…perfect blend for an oolong…nice mix
Earthy, raw but smooth taste. Light orange in colour and pretty smooth.
I combined lemongrass with other fruity teas (some White Monkey, a hint of orange dulce, some african nectar), and cold brewed it! So refreshing especially with some squeezed mandarin oranges.
even though it smells like a farm (thanks @wilsonography), it’s still pretty good. I enjoy this one most in the afternoon – during/after lunch.
I am considering making this a staple in my tea cabinet,
Very rich and complex taste. I over brewed it a bit but it was still good.
I so enjoy this tea… creamy and sweet with the strawberry adding just a touch of fruit… so yummy.