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Making an iced tea. Came out very well. Just the way I like it – fruity and refreshing.
Good stuff! I can drink this any time.
I’m on the third steep of this today and it continues to evolve delightfully. The liquor still has a deep, rich color almost like an agave syrup. Superb!
This is an awesome tea, although I tend to ignore the suggested steeping time entirely, and use more ‘leaf’. It ends up being pretty stong and tangy, but that just makes it taste better. This is a great tea for work, because it dosn’t matter if you forget when it’s done steeping (at least for the way I like it) .
Only Dragonwell I’ve had so I have nothing to compare it to, but I do like it.
This tastes just like you’d expect – the typical Adagio ceylon with a bit of mango flavor. Great for the warm weather today – I think I’ll have my next cup iced!
It’s that time of evening after all, nothing helps a good nights sleep like it!
Lovely scent. Light in color. Almost Refreshing, even!
I enjoy it, but it’s not my top choice. I’m not fond of Yunnan Jig either, so I think perhaps I’m just averse to the sometimes overpowering earthy flavor of Yunnan region teas? shrug
I steeped more of the loose leaf and for longer and I like it even better than the first time I tried it. Check out my previous review for this tea here http://www.steepster.com/teas/adagio/white-tropics
very refreshing, just don’t over steep
Tasty. Fragrant and floral without tasting or smelling of perfume.
Yummy and fragrant beyond all recent chamomiles, this Adagio from Egypt lives up to its “finest sort” billing.
Perfect after my lunch
I went through a big jasmine kick a few weeks ago and was drinking this stuff like crazy. It’s still delicious. Not too strong, not too light. Calming and reminds me of spring.
Good ICED, too! YAY!
Perfect after a somewhat heavy sushi lunch.