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Well, it looks like I can type 1,678,556 words a minute today…so…I guess that means it’s time to switch to greens, whites, oolongs, and rooibos teas and tisanes for the rest of the day! LOL

I haven’t had much Adagio Tea lately – only because my stash is filled with all sorts of companies at the moment…so…I am going to start randomly choosing (except for the 1 Oolong I have yet to try from Auggy!)

For this specific go-around with Adagio’s Artichoke Green I thought I would under infuse for a change – just to see if there was a difference…

The post-infusion liquid is still murky but the aroma is more like what I think an artichoke is to smell like. Buttery Artichokes…yup! Pretty much. Altho I like this tea basically anyway you infuse it…it does certainly taste different depending on steep times and amounts.

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 45 sec
Cofftea

I agree- I use premium sencha parameters from Den’s tea to give it an extra savory flavor:)

TeaEqualsBliss

Interesting! Thanks for sharing that info! I hope to be trying some Den’s Teas soon!!!! I HOPE!

malomorgen

I sent Adagio an email yesterday asking if they plan to increase the number of teas in the European webshop (they got just the basic few now) – and today they answered that they are planning to offer 90% of their teas that are sold in the States. Very soon ;D So yay for Adagio…

TeaEqualsBliss

YAY for you! That’s AWESOME!!!!!

malomorgen

Yep it is :D I love them. Shopping and communication is very smooth and teas are very good (judging by silver needle i’m waiting for 3 new ones these days).

LiberTEAS

I like Adagio ok. I have been less impressed with their black teas than I have with their greens (like this one, the Artichoke green, is quite good). But they do have some really unique flavors and I have enjoyed some of the blends.

Cofftea

I’m a chai LOVER and even their chocolate chai is “meh” in my book… their green chai is really good though. I’m not a huge flavored blacks (and even less of unflavored blacks), but the ones I’ve tried (mostly dessert flavors) have been pretty good for the price.

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Cofftea

I agree- I use premium sencha parameters from Den’s tea to give it an extra savory flavor:)

TeaEqualsBliss

Interesting! Thanks for sharing that info! I hope to be trying some Den’s Teas soon!!!! I HOPE!

malomorgen

I sent Adagio an email yesterday asking if they plan to increase the number of teas in the European webshop (they got just the basic few now) – and today they answered that they are planning to offer 90% of their teas that are sold in the States. Very soon ;D So yay for Adagio…

TeaEqualsBliss

YAY for you! That’s AWESOME!!!!!

malomorgen

Yep it is :D I love them. Shopping and communication is very smooth and teas are very good (judging by silver needle i’m waiting for 3 new ones these days).

LiberTEAS

I like Adagio ok. I have been less impressed with their black teas than I have with their greens (like this one, the Artichoke green, is quite good). But they do have some really unique flavors and I have enjoyed some of the blends.

Cofftea

I’m a chai LOVER and even their chocolate chai is “meh” in my book… their green chai is really good though. I’m not a huge flavored blacks (and even less of unflavored blacks), but the ones I’ve tried (mostly dessert flavors) have been pretty good for the price.

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