Dancing Snow Covered Monkey

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  • “Hmmm... I love tea blends and I certainly love white teas, but a blend of white and black tea is interesting. I just hope the black tea isn't strong enough to upset my stomach. Steeping method: As...” Read full tasting note
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From Adagio Teas

Custom Blend by Sara Schneider

A unique blend of mostly white tea grounded by Mambo black tea.

Steeping instructions: 2.25g of tea per 6oz purified water heated to 180 degrees F steeped for 5 min. Serve unsweetened hot or chilled.

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Hmmm… I love tea blends and I certainly love white teas, but a blend of white and black tea is interesting. I just hope the black tea isn’t strong enough to upset my stomach.

Steeping method: As directed.

The aroma of the raw leaf is as interesting as the combination of teas. I can definitely smell white tea, but there seems to be a depth to this tea that most pure white teas don’t have.

The liquor is a little bit lighter than I expected. The fact that the Mambo wasn’t the largest factor in the liquor gives me a good feeling about the taste. The sent seems to be layered. The white tea floats to my nose first but is then followed by the black tea, almost as if it’s pulling the white tea back down into the cup.

As I take my 1st sip I get the same layered effect. The white tea dances on my tongue while the black tea coats it. I find this interesting because the “Dancing” in the title, comes from the Mambo, not the white teas.

Conclusions: Very good every day tea, sort of a flirtatious take on a black tea. Will buy again.

Jillian

You do realize that the custom blends go under the brand heading ‘Adagio Teas’ like all the other Adagio products? There’s no need to make a seperate brand for them, it just clutters things up.

Cofftea

I happen to like the distiction. It’s my blend and I posted it, please don’t change the brand name.

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