One Tart Queen Of Hearts

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From Custom-Adagio Teas

From the Wonderland series, this is One Tart Queen of Hearts! The flavor isn’t as tart as the name would lead you to believe. A fun medley of cherry green (40 percent), raspberry green (40 percent) and pomegranate green (20 percent) teas make up this ode to one of childhood’s favorite characters. If you don’t like too tart teas, try with sweetener (sugar or Splenda).

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cherry green, raspberry green, pomegranate green

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‘Keen’ herself sent me some of this! It smells yummy! Cherry and Raspberry under the green tea.

It’s remarkable. I’m so glad it doesn’t have Hibiscus in it! It has a mellow green tea base that is more juicy and sweet than vegetal and/or grassy. It has a nice cherry flavor without being too intense. The Raspberry is identifiable and mouth-watering. The Pom is juicy and punchy as well but again not overly so.

The fruits in this get an “A” in recess for ‘Playing Well With Others’.

A nice fruit-green combo!

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With a name like this, I expected this to be a bit more tart than it was. I’m glad it wasn’t though, because I’m not particularly fond of tart. This … however, I like!

I definitely prefer the green teas to the black teas from Adagio. The green tea here is light, with notes of butter, vegetation and the sweetness accentuates the fruit notes quite nicely.

Delicious raspberry and cherry notes, while the pomegranate is very subtle. It’s a little more tart than sweet, but I expected that. I am glad though that it’s not a puckery kind of tartness.

A tasty blend.

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