Better than I expected because I’ve been disappointed by Adagio’s peach flavoring in the past.
33 Tasting Notes
Bleh. I don’t like the smoke smell. I don’t think gunpowder is for me. If I want roasty, I’ll drink some Genmaicha.
There’s something really comforting about Genmaicha. It’s one of those ones that I always want to have in stock, although I’m going to have to find a new one after this runs out since SpecialTeas went belly up. This was a good, reliable Genmaicha and forgiving when I felt like I got the water temp all wrong.
This is good for when I’m running late and don’t have time to go looseleaf. With Milk and honey, it’s noms.
I wanted to like this, but it really didn’t cut it for me. Too…tangy? I tried adding it to an iced blend and it didn’t help, so I gave it away to a friend who’s a bigger fan of bagged tea and pomegranates than I am.
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This tea is the best. It used to only be available in Hawaii, but now it’s on the website. The candied pineapple bits are what give it that awesome scent and flavor. I made 32oz. of this last week and brought it to work and people who aren’t normally tea drinkers said that it was amazing and asked how they could get their hands on more. LOVE. THIS. TEA.
This is one of my favorite Adagio Teas—enough so that I plan to keep rebuying after I run out. Both the green and the fruit flavors come through nicely. I haven’t tried it iced yet, but it’s probably delicious.