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180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 15 sec

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  • “*KeenTeaThyme* sent me a bit of her blend and it's a goodie! The spices are right were they need to be! They are strong but not overly so. At first I wasn't really picking up too much of the...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I really really didn't need to buy more tea but when I saw some of the deals that Keenteathyme had I had to get some samples... This tea smells of apples when you open it up. I brewed it up and...” Read full tasting note
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  • “No rating as this is my own. This is a great tasting chai with all the flavors you love about autumn: apple, spice, caramel. You can almost taste the brisk air and cooler temperatures. Happy...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Backlog: This one has a prominent apple scent. Amid all the other spices in this blend, I was happily surprised to notice such a strong apple presence. I'm not really all that crazy about Adagio...” Read full tasting note
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From Custom-Adagio Teas

This blend combines candy apple tea with spiced apple chai and caramel tea for an autumn explosion! Add sugar for a Halloween treat too. I added a pinch of cinnamon black tea and this chai completely rocked! If you’ve got some cinnamon tea on hand, add it for an extra kick; or blend freshly ground cinnamon for an autumn adventure.
http://www.adagio.com/signature_blend/blend.html?blend=8705&SID=efd849248773648affe040a2f1b42b43

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KeenTeaThyme sent me a bit of her blend and it’s a goodie!

The spices are right were they need to be! They are strong but not overly so. At first I wasn’t really picking up too much of the apple but after the tea was exposed to room temp air for a while I started picking up those flavors towards the end of the sip on to the aftertaste. The Caramel notes are nice. They aren’t really a sugary-sweet caramel type taste but more of a thicker-creamier malt type caramel if that makes sense. I also picked up on a bit of smoke as well!

This is a nice tasting chai!

KeenTeaThyme

Glad you like it! :)

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I really really didn’t need to buy more tea but when I saw some of the deals that Keenteathyme had I had to get some samples… This tea smells of apples when you open it up. I brewed it up and waited till I had finished my lunch before taking a sip and wow my first sip was straight creaminess. Yum yum yum. The second flavor I get is definitely a bit of apple and it is sweet. The last notes for me are just hints of spiciness that linger on the tongue. I typically don’t like my chai to be too spicy so this one fits the bill perfectly and it is so nice to drink in the fall! I am very impressed!

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No rating as this is my own.

This is a great tasting chai with all the flavors you love about autumn: apple, spice, caramel. You can almost taste the brisk air and cooler temperatures.

Happy Autumn!

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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Backlog:

This one has a prominent apple scent. Amid all the other spices in this blend, I was happily surprised to notice such a strong apple presence.

I’m not really all that crazy about Adagio when it comes to their flavored black teas. It’s just a very harsh and funky black tea … I think that Adagio should rethink this base … but I’ve thought that for a long time. I have mentioned though, at least once or twice, that when the flavored black teas are used in the custom blends like this one, the harshness seems to be less prevalent. I’m not sure why that is.

The spices here are warm and inviting. The cinnamon is the strongest flavor but it doesn’t overpower the ginger, clove and cardamom. There is a lovely caramel note to the cup, and then I taste apple and a hint of orange. It’s a really nice interpretation of an “Autumn Chai.”

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