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Morning cup :) it’s enjoyable and sweet. Strawberry and cream is the main flavor.
This was my tea to drink while I was fixing breakfast today.
Oh Cara McGee, if you’re on steepster, I hope you have a happy birthday.
I love this tasty tea, yum yum yum.
It’s that time of year and I couldn’t resist ordering more tea. I was running low on my favorites, so I reordered and then got a few new things! My tea came in yesterday just as I was getting off work. I always get excited when the UPS guy comes and hands me my box of tea! Because then I can go in and smell all the new teas I get try! I’m weird I know on with the review! I’ve been wanting to try this since around June. The smell of the tea at first made me wary. Although smells often make me wary of trying anything new. This tea was a very nice surprise! While mellow it also packs a lite punch especially when sugar is added. It really brings out the blueberry! Overall the taste is crisp and refreshing. Normally it takes me forever to finish a cup of tea. Not this time I could barely put the cup down!!
I iced this and mixed it with lemonade, and oh my goodness, this works fabulously that way! It’s already a great tea for relaxation, and the mint in particular makes a cold fruity drink very refreshing.
Nice, basic flavoured black tea. Kind of reminds me of a weakened version of coffee with hazelnut creamer, which, from reading the description, seems to be the point of the blend.
Overall, pleasant and probably good for mornings. Nothing mindblowing or surprising. A forthright, reliable tea, just like Captain Anderson.
When I first brewed this, I didn’t really like it, but it’s beginning to grow on me. Could be due to the seasons.
The cinnamon really overpowers most of the bergamot. The Irish Breakfast provides a strong base. Not bad.
THIS IS REALLY GOOD AHHHH
that’s pretty much all you need to know
nice and spicy and perfect for a chilly afternoon :)
excpet for the fact that I drank it when it was like 100degrees outside.
Don’t you love how a slow, all-day rain turns a gotta-do Saturday into a legitimately luscious, lazy afternoon? Cease-fire declared on household chores; harvest coffee candle scenting the room; hubby’s homemade steak chili in the crock-pot scenting the kitchen. PBS travel shows to escape with. Tazo the Serial Killer innocently snuffling rabbit-breath while he naps with a paw over his eyes. Ah, fall.
Thus, nothing more fitting for the occasion than this rich, thick choco-nutty blend concocted by keenteathyme. I’m cool with honeybush and rooibos, but for those of you who aren’t, it politely steps out of the way to make room for the lovely hazelnut. Little half and half turns it into dessert.
Forget trying new teas, and forget “reward” teas. This is my comforting make-it-all-better tea. :)
And I feel better already.
Ozli – I have TONS if you want some. :P
Teabox B! Sadly, I actually have no idea what this fandom blend happened to be about. But I will try it regardless! The flavors sounded nice together: cherry, blueberry and cream. I don’t think I’ve tried any of the Adagio fruit flavored blends yet. I may have oversteeped this cup and I feel like some of the flavors may have been lost in the black tea base. Very strong but delicious! I think I got a hint of blueberry, cherry and cream. I could try everything from Adagio!
I have not done much business with Adagio and I’ve never tried their custom blends but I pulled this one out of Artp’s Traveling Teabox. It’s interesting – black tea with a hint of cocoa and orange. I’ve enjoyed it but it’s probably not something I would purchase.
Took this with cream and sugar. Very nice sweet/spice flavor. The caramel and apple come out much more with the sugar.
This smells really good, but then I like the mint. The flavour goes well with the berry, even though it’s a little hidden.
So far, I’ve only tried this hot. Seems it would be better cold.
This is perfect, and it’s even better because I’m drinking it in my Tardis tea pot. :)
The bad news is that it got cold before I could finish the whole pot. :(
A perfect brew to have with a decadent breakfast of gingerbread almond flour pancakes with maple syrup, bacon, & eggs. The tea is a mix of irish breakfast, sweet potato, & vanilla green. Since I was already having a sweet brekkie, I left the tea unsweet & bold. Now we’re watching Cardinals baseball, hoping they will sweet the Pirates. I won’t get to watch the whole game, because I have to go home soon to get ready for a gig, but they have a good start so far, 2 – 0!
Thanks for this one goes to Audra who sent me some with our trade. This is pretty yummy. Like baked apples kind of yummy.
I thought the orange and cinnamon in the apple chai was going to be more prominent because that is all my steeper smelled like when I was done. Instead it’s a balanced apple/cinnamon/clove flavor with slight hints of caramel. I’m not sure I like the EG in here though, as the Bergamot adds a dissonant note. And I’m still not a huge fan of Adagio’s black base, which bleeds through a little bit.
Overall, this is a warming kind of cup and perfect to serve to friends with a knowing “Winter is coming.”
My friends and I all say that this tea smells like a cookie. It tastes pretty close to one too, warm and cuddly and just a little bit spicy. It is my morning tea of choice, sweet and delicious.
I just got this in the mail today and I have to try it right away. I’ve been so excited ever since I saw the description. It seemed like it would be the exact fall tea I’ve been looking for.
Aroma – holy mackerel, this smells amazing. Exactly like fall. First sip – straight, no sweetener or anything. So good. Exactly what I was hoping for. There’s something that’s not quite there; I don’t know exactly what it is. The apple is a little light – maybe that’s what it is. I have some apple, maybe I’ll see if iI can step it up a bit.
I added a little honey – even better. I still may add a bit of the straight apple to see if I can up that flavor a bit, but this is great. Exactly what I’ve been looking for in a fall tea.