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drank Ginseng Green by Adagio Teas
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I’m on my second steep of this tea and I’m enjoying it more than the first. The astringency is pretty nice and the body is light. I’m enjoying the grassy, woodsy notes of flavors as well as the smooth ginseng flavors. I steeped 1.5tsps for 3 minutes at 180º as per Adagio’s instructions for both the first and second steep. Really liking my journey back into green tea.

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Cofftea

This is one of my very few Adagio teas I have in a large size. It’s a staple for me. When I want an extra kick of flavor I steep 4.5tsp in 6oz of 160 degree water for 1.5min. I also love adding dried ginger root to it. It’s my espresso:) (Which I also love, just don’t have daily)

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Cofftea

This is one of my very few Adagio teas I have in a large size. It’s a staple for me. When I want an extra kick of flavor I steep 4.5tsp in 6oz of 160 degree water for 1.5min. I also love adding dried ginger root to it. It’s my espresso:) (Which I also love, just don’t have daily)

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