Sagittarius (The Zodiac Series)

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Bergamot, Black Tea, Cream Flavoring, Raspberry, Safflowers, Vanilla Flavour
Flavors
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
High
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Average preparation
Boiling 4 min, 30 sec

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  • “Another sample polished off, this one from TeaEqualsBliss. I'm taking it with milk and a touch of honey and it really does have sort of a London Fog-ish quality to it. The vanilla and the cream...” Read full tasting note
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    JillDragon 1610 tasting notes
  • “I'm running low on everything!!! Luckily, I'll have a brand new box of goodness from Adagio as soon as I get home. Yea! New teas and new posts to follow. Does anyone know of an ANTI-rain dance?...” Read full tasting note
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    LFINCH 161 tasting notes
  • “Thanks for sending this my way, *RogersCK*! The dry leaf smells like vanilla and something sweet that I can’t quite place my finger on. Almost rosy, but there’s no rose in this blend. Brewed,...” Read full tasting note
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    Kaylee 394 tasting notes
  • “I have my fluffy blanket wrapped all around me, an extraordinarily thin and crisp almondina cookie and a cup of Sagittarius tea. That is the way to spend the evening! I'm a big sucker for...” Read full tasting note
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    inguna 336 tasting notes

From Adagio Teas

Black tea infused with bergamot, vanilla and creme flavors supplies Sagittarius with the stamina they need for their next adventure. Sagittarians are always on the go, looking for the next best tea to try. Raspberry pieces and red safflowers are creative and colorful touches that satisfy Sagittarius’ curiosity and dispel boredom.

Created in collaboration with designer & tea lover Inguna Trepsa of NYC.

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15 Tasting Notes

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1610 tasting notes

Another sample polished off, this one from TeaEqualsBliss. I’m taking it with milk and a touch of honey and it really does have sort of a London Fog-ish quality to it. The vanilla and the cream sweeten it pleasently and balance out that strong-flavoured earl grey that Adagio blends.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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I’m running low on everything!!! Luckily, I’ll have a brand new box of goodness from Adagio as soon as I get home. Yea! New teas and new posts to follow.

Does anyone know of an ANTI-rain dance? I’m about tired of driving to and from work in the rain. And my dog can’t go out and play. Wanna see a 150 pound Great Dane that is scared of the rain?…come to my crib. At least this cuppa kept me nice and warm and snuggly as I pretend to work. I’m on my second cup. Bravo Sagittarius tea!

takgoti

I can’t be certain, but I think it may involve any or all of the following: a wooden spoon, wearing your pajamas inside-out, and Bohemian Rhapsody.

Well, and drinking tea. But that’s my remedy to just about everything.

TeaEqualsBliss

I’m running low on everything too!!! STILL looking for my package…ek!

Cynthia Carter

If you find that anti-rain dance, let me know. It’s rained so much here this summer, even my cactus plants have mushrooms growing in them. And don’t even ask about being trapped in the house with two stir-crazy beagles.

I like the Cancer tea from the Zodiac series – it sounds like this one is worth trying, too.

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Thanks for sending this my way, RogersCK!

The dry leaf smells like vanilla and something sweet that I can’t quite place my finger on. Almost rosy, but there’s no rose in this blend. Brewed, the tea smells almost like chocolate. The flavor is sweet, creamy, and tart. I’m picking up more strawberry than raspberry, but it’s nice. This has a medium body. Best as a fruity breakfast brew, I think.

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336 tasting notes

I have my fluffy blanket wrapped all around me, an extraordinarily thin and crisp almondina cookie and a cup of Sagittarius tea. That is the way to spend the evening!
I’m a big sucker for anything lemony so do like bergamot flavor a lot. I dunno but there is something uplifting about citrus aroma. Cream and vanilla add some smoothness and sweetness blending well with the bright notes of the bergamot.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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25 tasting notes

Merry Christmas! This is the tea I received for Christmas! :) There is a ton of it in the tin!

I steeped this for about 6 minutes (I really should have done about 4) at boiling.

First sip:
Mmmmmm. Reminds me of Adagio’s popular Tardis blend. A tad different, less sweet, but very similar. Ouch, bitter, but that’s my fault :(. I have to pay attention better.

Finishing off the cup:
That was pretty good. I enjoyed that the flavors were not too strong in this tea. It was not overpowering and was good on my empty stomach. No flavor stood out to me. They all mixed will and the tea felt very cohesive because of that.
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Overall, I really enjoyed this tea and can’t wait to have another cup later tonight! I am glad this tea was an earl grey because I am a sagittarius and it fit my tastes well. I am just a bit disappointed that my Tardis blend from Adagio is almost the exact same. This one had red flowers instead of blue and yellow accents featured in Tardis. :) Note to self: pay attention to steeping time!

Preparation
Boiling 6 min, 0 sec
TheTeaFairy

Merry Xmas to you too!

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Like several other people here I’m a Sagittarius, so I had to snag this for myself. The tea tastes like Earl Grey Moonlight with raspberry instead of orange peels. I think I prefer this to EGM, actually.

Also the tin’s purple. Not that it had anything to do with the rating; purple’s just my favorite color, along with black and red. Also it’s a black tea with red flowers. Happy day!

I’d suggest not going any longer than four minutes on the steep; I usually go for five with black teas, but when I did it had taken on a nasty bitter taste. Four was just right.

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I’m not sure what it is, but I really didn’t like this tea. I thought I would love it. I’m a huge earl grey fan, and I absolutely love london fogs. Since london fogs are made up of earl grey, vanilla, and milk, I thought the combination of flavours in this tea would be perfect for me. I think it’s something about the adagio vanilla black tea that I don’t like. In the tin, the blend smells sickeningly sweet to me. It has almost a caramel or candy scent, rather than a fragrant floral vanilla. I always add milk and sugar to my earl grey, but in this it isn’t pleasant in the slightest.

I did like the flavour of the adagio earl grey though, so I might add a sample tin of that to my next order. The addition of the vanilla just wasn’t for me. I’ll be passing this one along to someone who’ll hopefully enjoy it more than I do.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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Woah! This is very bold! I think I oversteeped it or something. Maybe a second steep is in order. Tastes very astringent!

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Orange and creamy. This is pretty awesome.

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