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  • “i read somewhere on steepster within the last 24 hrs that someone figured out that steeping adagio teas at a lower heat for 2 min got the best results. i looked real hard for the post but can't...” Read full tasting note
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From Custom-Adagio Teas

Bold, enigmatic, and woodsy, this distinctive tea embodies Robin Hood.

A good strong builder’s tea is a staple for a true man of England. This is incorporated with the rich and malty assam melody. Robin is quite hot-headed – oriental spice. After becoming Robin Hood, he spends much of his time in the forest with his band of outlaws – forest berries.

ingredients:
assam melody, forest berries, oriental spice

created by: Emily C

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i read somewhere on steepster within the last 24 hrs that someone figured out that steeping adagio teas at a lower heat for 2 min got the best results. i looked real hard for the post but can’t find it now.
anyways, that is what i did. and it did definitely bring this tea more to life!
the lower heat gives it more room to breathe really. not so smothering.
sometimes you just need to charm the flavors out from hiding.
though Robin would probably just use his smile.

the oriental is mild. i guess it’s assam forward?
’builder’s tea’ is accurate!
hello handsome.

Michelle

That’s definitely my Adagio standard – blacks at 180 for 2 min. Anything more brings out an ugly bitterness.

Starfevre

interesting! I’ll have to try this!

TastyBrew

Hmm.. I’ve been avoiding my adagio teas for ages. I might have to go experiment with this. Thanks!

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