Tiger Eye

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From Adagio Teas

The gemstone Tiger Eye is described as being chatoyant – having a shimmery light reflecting quality with “undulating, contrasting bands of color and luster.” Our tiger eye blend will do the same for your palate with rich notes of chocolate and caramel. Enjoy it in lieu of or with your favorite indulgence.

Steep at 212° for 3 minutes.

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Adagio Teas has become one of the most popular destinations for tea online. Its products are available online at www.adagio.com and in many gourmet and health food stores.

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2895 tasting notes

It smells like ice cream with ribbons of fudge & caramel running through it, yum!

Plain it is not bad, kind of a a buttery roasty taste. With Stevia added, it is bright, caramelly, light fudge, & kind of a nice dessert-like flavor. It reminds me of something, but I just can’t put my finger on it.

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1673 tasting notes

I drank this while I was out on a walk and I had to note that this tastes great in my timolino. I need to remember that!

Terri HarpLady

I enjoy this one too! :)

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507 tasting notes

I got this in a trade from someone but I do not remember who. Sorry! I have a really awful memory. I have the note but can’t seem to match the name up with a screen name so really sorry.

I don’t know what this is except a black tea but I can definitely smell the chocolate and the caramel. Is this flavoured or naturally like this? I don’t know but I like it.

And it smells just like it tastes, when I put in milk and sugar. Wow, this is a nice tea. I boiled the water to boiling but I steeped it lower because it cools off with the pour when I’m using my water heater rather than my breville (wasn’t enough leaf for that), so the usual adagio base tea problems aren’t obvious. It’s always too bitter at boiling from adagio. 195 degrees all the way.

Although I can’t seem to drink it without spilling it on myself, this is an amazing tea. I’m definitely going to try for a second steep out of this because I want more more more.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec
Yvonne

This sounds incredible!

Tabby

I’ve been meaning to try this one.

Cavocorax

Yes! I love this one! I should buy more, but I always get sucked into the fandom blends. ALWAYS

Terri HarpLady

Yup, I really enjoyed this one, although it hasn’t been in my cupboard for quite some time. Maybe it’s time for an Adagio order…

Sil

it’s the….eye of the tiger…

Cavocorax

groan Someone take Sil away, please?
:P

Sil

Take me away from here
Take me somewhere where love is like breathing
I don’t care where we go long as I’m there with baby
Long as I’m there with

Terri HarpLady

Sounds like Someone is in a really good mood today! ;)

Sil

you know… i blame heffalumps and woozles last night…carried me over in to today

Terri HarpLady

So….are you a heffalump or a woozle??

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1326 tasting notes

Thank you so much Shadowfall for a sample of this one! I always wanted to try it! ohmygoshitissoossosogood. One teaspoon at just boiled for 3 1/2 minutes. I LURVE these Adagio blends. The tea itself just looks like plain black tea so I’m so shocked the flavor is so strong. It’s like chocolate syrup, hints of caramel, hazelnut (but I’ve tried Adagio’s actual hazelnut tea and that has much more actual hazelnut flavor.) and really just a wonderful strong flavored mix of everything desserty. The black tea is dusky, dark and I just love it. Probably at the top of the chocolate teas list for me. Sadly, the second steep wasn’t as amazing, but the first cup was so good, I don’t mind. Adagio has the teas for me! Apparently, because this is only rated a 66 by Steepsterers. Sad I only have one teaspoon left!

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1582 tasting notes

This blend reminds me a great deal of Adagio’s chocolate chip black tea. It’s got a great cocoa flavour that goes well with the slightly bitter Ceylon base Adagio uses. I’m not getting much caramel though which is a bit of a disapointment. I’ll try adding milk or sweetener to see if that’ll bring out the caramel at all.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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4831 tasting notes

sipdown!

Sadly this is not an adagio tea for me. I don’t get caramel or chocolate and mostly it’s just kind of blechy. thanks terri for letting me try this. It reminds me of something i can’t place my finger on, but i don’t have much interest in drinking this beyond the cup that’s in front of me at most.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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616 tasting notes

Apparently it’s an Adagio sipping day.

The dry leaf aroma here is very strongly caramel and chocolate. Yum!

Brewed up, it still has a strong cocoa smell, but it’s nearly as sweet or baked yummy as the dry smell.

It took me a little but to nail down what exactly this tasted like, but it’s a caramel mocha with an extra shot of espresso. It’s kind of roasty with just suggestions of caramel, dark chocolate, and a little vanilla.

Not my favorite, but a suitable replacement for a beverage I like that gives me tummy aches.

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 45 sec

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802 tasting notes

Thankyou to Will Work for Tea for this sample. Your werwe right, this is right up my alley! And heck, the name is awesome!

I am getting the chocolate and slight caramel notes. But, it is a little bit astringent.

A splash of milk cuts the astringency a little. I will try brewing a little less time next time, maybe that will help.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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Thanks to Ninavampi for a large sample of this tea! The dry leaf aroma is strongly caramel and chocolate. Yum! Totally mouthwatering. I tried it first sans additions and it was okay. It’s much more enjoyable with milk and sugar. The sugar brings out the caramel and chocolate flavors more, and the milk cuts the bitterness of the base.

With additions, this is a yummy dessert tea that delivers what it promises. It’s not like eating a Ghirardelli chocolate square, but it’s also way fewer calories than the real thing. This reminds me of 52teas’ Cashew Turtle. It’s not quite as good as that, but it’s pretty close. This is a safe bet if you’re a fan of chocolate/caramel combos. Thanks again, Ninavampi!!

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 30 sec

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374 tasting notes

It smells like yummy chocolate and caramel as it steeps…but does it taste like it?

Not really, nearly there, but no. I get hints of chocolate with each sip, but no caramel. I thought this sounded like a yummy mix that would knock my socks off. Sadly it seems to just be “meh”. I might try blending it with some of their cream or hazelnut tea and see what I come up with.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 15 sec

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