19 Tasting Notes
Benefits from longer steep times 7 min +
Brewed in IngenuitiTEA teapot I think a gaigon would be better, needs the control.
a favorite with or without sweetner. Not so good, for me, with honey.
Quiet time tea, not overpowering.
I really like this. Going straight to my shopping list. More . . .
At first I didn’t like this. Too woodsey, grassey. I resteeped it 3 times and enjoyed each infusion a little more. Not sure this will become part of my cupboard.
Good , nice for a change. Adagio hasn’t listed this one yet.
Smooth, mellow. Late morning pot.
20 oz Bodum Classic tea press. 4 pearls.
Looking for a warming cup to start my day. With milk and sweetner. Good! Not overpowering.
I just received this from Adagio yesterday. Think I’ll keep it around as a staple flavored Black Tea.
I got this as part of a black tea sampler. Hardly!! It’s Chai.
Although I’m not a fan of herbal teas I like this quite a bit with lot’s of milk and sugar.
Having a fresh 20 oz pot with a pinch of Lapsang Souchong added.
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