drank Earl Grey Bravo by Adagio Teas
35 tasting notes

I just got in my package from Adagio, so I am super excited with four new teas to try!

This Earl Grey is a solid tea-drinking experience. The leaves smell clean, like dish detergent clean, and, man, I love the smell of dish detergent, not even kidding. Brewed, the tea doesn’t have much of a scent at all, but that is not indicative of the flavor in any way. It tastes refreshing, clean, a light-floral note, and a small perfume aftertaste. This is a very fine blend, one that I will want to taste again and again.

Boiling 2 min, 30 sec

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I have a huge affection for malty, Chinese reds with rich, sweet flavors that soothe the throat and calm my nerves.

Yezi Tea is my favorite online vendor. Joy’s Teaspoon, Teavivre, and JusTea are also all-around-excellent.

I occasionally enjoy hot dragon well, but do not often drink green teas. I do enjoy mint, rose, lychee and chamomile, however. Rooibos is quite off-putting to my taste buds, and I am very wary of spray flavors, but not above trying them.

Other than tea I enjoy dabbling in watercolor, my cats and dogs, the occasional rescue animal, fantasy mmos and turn-based rpgs, and arm-chair linguistics.


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