Spring Serenade

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190 °F / 87 °C 2 min, 45 sec

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From Adagio Teas

A touch of sunshine in your cup these flavors will dance on your tongue never to overwhelm your pallet but rather help you recall the sounds of birds singing in the air and the smell of freshly blooming flowers carried on a breeze. The blend of apricot, vanilla, and citron green is a refreshing blend that will taste great iced or hot.

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Another blend from Rachel! You rock the blends, girl!

There IS something springy and airy about this…so I can totally make the connection to Spring! It’s still true to the green tea taste and the 3 flavors mesh nicely. I really can’t tell who is trying to cut to the front of the line…or maybe they aren’t trying at all. Regardless this is a tasty green!

Boo-YA! (And I mean that in the coolest way!)

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

Oh you are too kind. insert blushing and giggle here Funny thing I actually removed that blend since it wasn’t doing well. I on the other hand do have a bunch left. Maybe you will get a surprise in the future.


Oh!!! yeah…I have removed several of mine as well. I need to add some that I have been throwing around lately…might do that tonight, actually.

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Thanks to Rachel for sending me some great samples. This was the first I tried. I drank it before looking up what flavors went into it and swear I could taste some cherry apricot wonderfulness in the fruity sweetness of this tea. I thunk this blend would be better iced, it had a tad too much going on for how I enjoy my green teas.

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

You’re welcome. For me this wasn’t really my favorite but do agree on the iced statement. All I can say is that they should only get better from here on. :-)

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392 tasting notes

So I have been off tea for the past couple of days due to an awful canker sore that made swallowing extremely painful. It is finely healing and I got a new infuser so I had to have an afternoon cup of tea. This is nice and green tea! It is very green and grassy and I can taste a hint of apricot, but I am not sure I can taste the vanilla. Although it is a smooth cup which is probably the vanilla. Boy did I miss enjoying tea!!!


P.S. Thanks Rachel!!!

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

You’re welcome. Got your goodies too. Thanks, and hope to get writing soon on the reviews.


Yay! I am glad they got there okay! Hope you enjoy!

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

I am sure I will. Thanks for the extra surprises too.


No problem! I hope you like them, red chai and oxford breakfast are some of my favorites! And heath bar is just fun – haha.

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This tasting note has been made possible by Rachel – Thank you Rachel for sending me a sample of this blend to try!

I don’t have a lot of experience with the citron fruit, although I did have a citron marmalade once that was really quite delicious.

The flavor is really quite nice in this blend. The creamy vanilla dominates. The fruit flavors – apple and citron – aren’t as distinctive, its more like I can taste a fruity “medley” as opposed to a distinct apple and citrus flavor. The apple flavor does become more distinct in the sweet and smooth finish.

The green tea base is nice. I definitely prefer Adagio’s green tea base to their black tea base, which is a good thing in this particular blend, because the tea flavor is quite prominent. It has a pleasant fresh, vegetative flavor to it. Just slightly grassy, just slightly sweet, and I can detect no bitterness in it. Very enjoyable.

This is really a very tasty blend.

185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 30 sec

I had to consult wikipedia on the topic of ‘citron’ here. You see in danish citron=lemon and I had the hardest time ever believing you had never had anything with lemon (and I also wondered why on earth you refused to just say lemon)
Great was my astonishment to learn that in english citron=whole other fruit! O.O They’re called ‘cedrat’ in danish. Never heard of them before.

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This was a really good blend! I can taste the green tea with a fruity, sweet note to it! Very nice! Before I knew it my cup was gone and then I was saddened by this :-(

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432 tasting notes

The tea wasn’t as light and crisp as I hoped it would be. More like a syrup but I am almost sure if iced it would be much better. So now that it has been reformulated I will have to reorder it and try it again. However, as is it wasn’t terrible it was good but just now what I expected to be. The new version contains mostly citron green with small percentages of apricot and vanilla. I will add more notes as soon as I ice the original version of what I have reviewed.

190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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