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I’m looking for the little blueberries that obsidianbladed commented on and I can’t find any in mine but I just bought the sampler size. As you open the tin you can smell the blueberry with a little bit of a leafy scent as well. While steeping it morphs into a Blueberry slash perfume smell or something. It’s an average White Tea Shade. The taste is a light and pure mix between white tea and Blueberry. I’d certainly drink it again!
Slight Mango Scent prior and during steeping. A different, yet present Mango Scent after steeping. A good dark color for this good black tea! It’s a true Black Tea Taste with Mango undertones. I like it a lot!
Single cup, 1 Truvia
This comes across as a little stale and not heavy on the good kelp flavors that should dominate a tea like this.
It smells more blossom or floral than tangerine to me…but you can get a hint of tangerine just not as much scent as I thought based on some of the other Adagio Teas. After steeping there is little scent but you can grab the white tea aroma. The color is a typical white tea color with tint of color to it. The taste is more white tea than tangerine…there is only a hint of it there. This would be a good tea if you are new to white teas or aren’t into extreme flavors or heavy tea tastes.
Have another cup…ok…thanks…I think I will! :)
A nice spice scent prior to steeping. While and after steeping it’s a slight spice with almost a citrus hint or two. Looks like a pale black or herbal tea when it comes to the coloring. I kind of thought this would be spicier but am glad it isn’t. A nice change from the over the top and dark spiced bagged teas. I like this one – glad I got it!
I had 3 cups! Good Green Tea. Simply Put.
I loved this when I first tried it months ago, and it’s still tasty. Not as great as I remembered, but I love the very vibrant dried apricot taste.
Another cup! Yup!
You can sure smell the Apricot prior to steeping. While steeping you can almost smell what seems to be a hint of chocolate even tho I know it’s not…and maybe even a very little bit of fresh wood or bark even…but just a pinch. After Steeping it’s more of a earthy and apricot-esque smell. Nice. The coloring is a rich reddish-brown. The taste is a great blend of Honeybush and Apricot – neither too overpowering. Very pure tasting.
this tea smells and tastes amazing.
Light in color but not in scent! Before and during the steeping process the scent is like nothing I have ever smelled before. There is so much going on here! It’s Chamomile but better…minty but with other influences jumping in…herbal but not medicine-smelling…even smells a little fruity or even like a vegetable garden at times. Pleasant to look at and smell. The taste is refreshing yet calming. I really enjoy this one…maybe even so much so that it’s my new fave nighttime or bedtime tea.
Yes…I can smell the peach but I can also smell a little bit of a floral undertone to it as well…or a blossom scent. Very light in color but usual for a white tea. A nice tasty white tea, indeed. I like it hot but think I would like it cold as well! Bring on SUMMER!
Strong Grapefruit Aroma before steeping. During and after it smells more even, pleasant, and refreshing. A good mix with the Oolong. A tad smoky flavor tries to come out but blends in nicely. I like it quite a bit!
There is certainly a wood or earthy-smell to it. The coloring is a medium brown-ish red almost. I thought this would be a really strong earthy taste but it evened out nicely. It has an interesting aftertaste tho…reminds me of something…just not sure what exactly. It’s pretty good.
The scent prior to steeping was pure peach. After steeping Peach and almost a hint of twig. The coloring is neat…a nice light brown. At first sip you get the peach taste but it’s not overpowering…towards the end you can get a bit of twig-taste, but just a hint. I would suggest this one to someone who is new to Oolong and enjoys the scent and undertone taste of peaches. A Delight!
The Vanilla aroma is that of a Vanilla Bean and not some average imitation flavoring. It is very strong…before, during, and after steeping. The coloring is wonderful. Since I am not usually a vanilla freak I was a tad afraid of what this would taste like based on the scent. After tasting…I have discovered that I LOVE it. Nicely done, Adagio!
Upon first sniff it’s true “chocolate covered strawberries” as described. During/After Steeping the “chocolate” scent is subtracted quite a bit. Strawberry scent is more prominent. But when you taste it with the taste and smell combined it’s like a “smoked” chocolate with a hint of strawberry. I really like it, tho. A good blend. Closer to a black tea than a flavored blast which I like. Worth a try, indeed!
Double cup, equal parts Honeybush Orange and Honeybush Apricot from Adagio teas, 3 Truvia sweetener.
You can certainly smell a hint of and taste a good portion of the citrus. Light in Color. Tremendously smooth going down.
delicious. shared it with friends.