21 Tasting Notes
This is one of the signature blends I have created at Adagio. I created it not having any of the teas included, so it was just pretty much a shot in the dark. It was done as a part of the “Buckethead Series”, named in honor of my 3 nephews and the most caring name I have for them. This one was done for Matt, who is an aspiring musician and therefore “Bloody Rock God”. Obviously Blood Orange was included because of the name. The other two teas included are Oriental Spice and Vanilla. Honestly, this isn’t too bad of a tea, considering it was blended basically in the dark. The Blood Orange pretty much takes over the taste, but you can taste a little bit of the Spice and the Vanilla, especially as it starts to cool. I was actually pleasantly surprised and, if nothing else, I will probably add straight Blood Orange from Adagio to my cupboard soon.
Love me some Fruit Medley!
Very nice and even blend. Probably the best version of Moroccan Mint I have tasted.
Very good blend in the sense that it provides a nice, even taste. No one part is too overpowering, or too weak.
Not one of my favorites from Adagio, but pretty good.
A pleasant break from caffeine.
Mixed 2 parts Honeybush Mango with 1 part Ocean of Wisdom, add just a little honey. Awesome!