Very nice! Puts a big smile on my face
“I’m really enjoying this cup today! A little bit more nuttiness in this cup than the last one. The fruity notes are still there. Like raisins and apricots :] This cup honestly reminds me of...” Read full tasting note
“This is probably the best tea that I’ve tried from Adagio. It has a lovely nutty character – sweet and light and floral. Delicious.” Read full tasting note
“I should start this review by saying I drink this just about every day – I do not post it every day, because honestly, not that much changes about it, hot brew, minimal time (I can tell when...” Read full tasting note
“Experience buying from Adagio http://steepster.com/places/2897-adagio-teas-online-naperville-illinois Date of Purchase/Amount of Leaf: Bought a sample (11 grams) in late 2011,...” Read full tasting note
A very special tea produced in Anji Zhejiang, our Duet is a green tea with white tea characteristics. Its light, delicate cup provides soft fruit notes like a fine white tea but also some chestnut sweetness and the lingering floral finish of a premium green. Produced in the early days of Spring and available in very limited quantity, our Duet is a rare find.
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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Tried this a few days ago. It was very similar to a decent An Ji Bai Cha, only far less expensive. It tasted “older” to me, and judging from the leaves, I’m guessing the leaves themselves are picked when they’re grown as opposed to the younger ones I am used to. It did not taste as “fresh” as a more expensive variety, either. Still, wonderfully light tea, not a hint of bitterness. Forgiving. I enjoyed maybe four steepings of the same leaves, then it was nearly flavourless. The leaves are pretty to watch but a bit brown-edged compared to the younger stuff. Oh, the taste is slightly (very slightly) vegetal, more nutty if anything. Would definitely buy again but I’d prefer the better stuff. (Who wouldn’t?)