For plain black tea, it would get a good rating. For a flavored tea, it is bad. I couldn’t taste even a hint of caramel, even with a little sweetener to help bring it out!!! I wonder if I got a bad/mislabeled bag.
“mmmm. This tea is saving me from finals weeks stress! I know I've been absent, but I appreciate everyone on here so much and all their wonderful tea notes! I have exciting news! I am going to Peru...” Read full tasting note
“Thanks to a nasty canker sore, every tea I have (painfully and agonizingly) sipped this week tastes like Orajel. Finally improving to the point I can pick up a little flavor, so I decided to treat...” Read full tasting note
“Woohoo! Another sample done! My tea stash has gone down pretty dramatically in the last month or so. I still have a lot of small samples from the fine people of Steepster, but I'm running through...” Read full tasting note
“I have been holding out on having another cup of this since my sample is starting to run low, but today I caved. It was just as delicious as every other cup of this I have had. I am really...” Read full tasting note
Depending on where you’re from, you may either say “car-a-mel” or “CAR-mel.” Any way you put it, though, this premium Ceylon black tea complemented with rich notes of caramel flavoring (that is sugar free!) is sure to have you saying, “wow! that’s good!”
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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