242 Tasting Notes
This is definitely an Adagio Earl Grey blend. A pretty tasty one at that. Not sure I’d need to have more. I don’t taste the blueberry in it. This would be a good breakfast blend. It’s got that bold wake up sort of flavor. Just have to sip it down before it cools. Adagio blends tend to get bitter then.
Flavors: Earl Grey
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Took my first sip of this beauty and said Holy Amaze-Melon-Balls! I forgot how much I loved this tea. The dry leaves smell fantastic and has that garden smell to it that reminds you of summer. Once steeped . . Oh my! It’s rich, sweet, melon-ee, with just a slight hint of floral and has that fresh taste to it that you crave from a Melon tea. Fantastic!
I tried to stay away from these teas. Its kind of like a being on a diet. You want to have the chocolate but you know that if you have that one little taste that you will just crave and want more and more. That is what this tea reminds me of. Being on a diet and knowing that I can’t have something but wanting it. With Butiki closing, I didn’t want to try these teas knowing that I wouldn’t have a place to resupply my craving. Its smooth. Its rich. I’m not getting sweet but more of a caramel note to the finish. I now feel everybody’s sorrow and pain. I now know what I’ve been missing all this time. It seems that I’m always late to the party. . SIGH. . . .
Flavors: Caramel, Malt, Smooth
Picked this one up from KallieBoo! from her stash sale recently. I’m not really getting the banana flavor but more of the caramel honey bush. Its decent and sweet with a hint of fruity notes as it cools. Its good and I’d definitely drink it again. Just not the banana flavor I was hoping for.
Flavors: Caramel, Fruity