Attempt #2! Let it steep for a bit less time and it’s not quite so strong. I just bought agave syrup today which I’ve been using in my tea and I am quite enjoying the different level of sweetness. It’s not so cloying!
58 Tasting Notes
Tried it again this morning; sweetened it with agave syrup instead of white sugar and it was not quite so sweet. No milk needed with this — wouldn’t want to hide the slight spice.
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Simple and plain, but warm and comforting. I love coconut! I burned my tongue several times in my impatience to try this. I need a lot of milk in this because it’s just a bit too strong.
Probably my least favourite Cara M blend, but still enjoyable. This came in a ‘ship’ with River Song, so I wonder what would happen if I combined the two next time I try it…
Fruity with a hint of mint. This tasted best for me once it had cooled down just a touch.
Earl Grey for Rory, Irish Breakfast for Amy, with a bit of blueberry for the now-quiet TARDIS. Added sugar and just a touch of cream and then watched The Angels Take Manhattan and cried into my mug.
This is my favourite tea I’ve tried so far from Adagio! I tried it while at work and my coworker was so intrigued by the scent that I made her a cup of it as well. The earl grey moonlight has the extra cream and sweetness already in the leaves, and the lemon and coconut soften it so nicely. It’s warm and cozy and it smells divine in the bag.
It’s not my favourite Cara M blend — I think it’s the blackerry? It’s pretty strong so I added a lot of cream and sugar and that softened my second attempt. It sure is pretty, though!
I bought this tea because I’m a Gemini. And because it sounded sweet and divine. I wasn’t paying attention when I made it and only put a teaspoon of leaves in the filter for my 8oz Starbucks tumblr, but I steeped it an extra minute or so and it was quite flavourful and intense. I think this will taste really good as iced tea in the summer, too!