I quite liked this offering. It was sweet, but complex. For the price it’s an incredible bargain. – Brad – Sarah didn’t like.
84 Tasting Notes
This is an excellent tea. Not at all vegetal, but not dark or toasty either. Pretty much exactly what I like in an oolong. – brad.
Too roasted for my tastes. There’s really nothing about it I like.
We both liked this one, though it was fairly plain. Will probably buy some.
We both liked this one. Sweet. Definitely will purchase.
This is an extremely flavorful oolong. It has strong notes of clove and cinnamon. It’s the perfect tea for a fall day.
Ok, but some weird elements I sisnt like.
Brad – good but not the best tgy. I would buy again.
Sarah – meh, not worth getting again.
This is better than the regular pi lo chun from adagio, but still terrible.
Didn’t like this at all. Yuck.
Tasted like Iowa city water. Try brewing stronger.
Sarah and Brad both liked. A good plain green.
Brad says it was ok, but there were some weird elements I didn’t like.
Sarah thought it was ok.
Brad-liked it. Good for the price. Very similar to a green. Sarah agrees.
Brad – fairly heavily roasted. I liked it.
Sarah – didn’t really like.
Brad – tasted like pine needles
Sarah – hated it
Sarah – really really liked
Brad – agrees
Definitely buy and drink again.
Brad – too roasted and earthy
Sarah – agrees
Brad – musky and not great
Sarah – didn’t like
UPDATE – after trying it again, we both enjoyed it. May not order Adagios again, but would seek out other jade oloongs.
Sarah thought it was really good.
Brad likes it too.
Brad – ok, but some weird elements I didn’t like.
Sarah – thought it was ok.
Brad – pretty good, very similar to a green. Not special, but very good for the price.
Brad – very good, plain, green. Very pleasant but not exciting. Great for the price. Would get again. Rating: 90