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Forgot about it and seriously oversteeped it. It doesn’t seem to have had a negative impact on the tea though, since it’s neither bitter nor overly strong. It’s got a very smooth and very nice flavour of chocolate without being dominated by sweetness, and I can recommend drinking it plain or add a little milk to the cup and give it a sort of chocolate milk quality. (pretty thin chocolate milk, but hey, you can’t have everything)
Also, try brewing it with a pinch of mint, for an After Eight sort of variation.
In the tin, it smells like cinnamon candies. I don’t really want that sort of spiciness in my tea, so I was hesitant to try this. But reviews on the Adagio website say that it’s much milder than it smells, so I gave it a go. They were right. The taste is very mild, and it smells like the cinnamon- & nutmeg-spiced muffins I baked last night. I’m not much of a chai fan, but this is pretty good. (What can I say? I’m a sucker for Adagio’s Irish Breakfast.)