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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.
Indeed. This + 7 minute steep + a teaspoon of agave nectar = just about perfect.
Good basic green – vegetal, but not overly so, and a little sweet. I should drink this more often.
Two cups of subtle tea in a giant Pinky and the Brain mug.
Not bad. I overbrewed my first cup and it was very bitter, but my second attempt was much more successful. This is a tea that needs sweetening, but I do lightly sweeten most of my teas anyway. The strawberry flavor is decent, and doesn’t taste as artificial as many berry flavors tend to.
I am forever on the hunt for a perfectly balanced chai, though to me this was not as smooth as Ineeka’s Ma-Chai? It was still both good and not so spicy I couldn’t taste anything correctly, very balanced.
I tried this at my friend’s house and discovered she has amazing taste in tea, ha ha. The combination of flavors really does almost do a dance on your tongue and a bit down your throat as it goes. Recommended if you like any of the following: mint tea, rooibos tea AND/OR chamomile tea.
Mmm. It really does taste like roasted chestnuts. Not something I’d drink every day, but perfect for a chilly evening!
I think I may have just found my new daily cup of the morning. It is full-bodied without being overwhelming, and has a really unique tingle without being peppermint-y at all. I’d like it a hair stronger, but as Adagio claims it can’t be over-steeped, it may just want another minute or two in the press.
This is very rich and has an almost metallic bite to it (which I think would be greatly improved by a teaspoon or so of agave). Definitely buying the next size up.
Nice, light tea that’s nice for carrying around at work when I’m a little caffeined out. :) Flavorful, not too heavy on the peach, liked it. Had it for the first time earlier this week.
Sweet and very vegetal flavours, nice large leaves too!
much better today- was prepared for the pungency. reminds of summer camps and a halfpipe on an old friend’s farm.
Just an average jasmine green to me. The flower is pretty, but not good for rebrewing.
Love this tea! It has such a warm cinnamony-vanilla flavor. You can even taste a hint of rum. It’s perfect on cold nights or after dinner with cream. I’d even venture to say this would be great with vanilla ice cream.
They’re not kidding about the umami with this one; it’s super-aromatic with a thick mouthfeel, and the best I can describe it is as bracing. Definitely not for those who prefer more delicate flavors, but I could see this being a lifesaver on a cold winter morning.