Such a sweet way to start your day. Adagio’s flavored blacks are a bit too artificial for my total liking, but the vanilla masks it well.
176 Tasting Notes
I’m trying to reestablish a sleep schedule. I’m hoping a mug of this might do the trick!
I didn’t think that chai teas were for me until I tried this! The aroma is great, as is the taste. The vanilla seems to calm down the spices, which is probably why it’s the only chai I’ve really liked. I think next time I’ll add a bit of sugar, but I was very pleased with this cup.
The smell was nearly sickening, but I was very surprised by how good it tasted. It is sweet, yet not artificial, and flowery. Great as a nightcap.
I really liked this tea. The flavors come together perfectly. It is a great tea to have in the morning to wake you up pleasantly and slowly.
This just tasted more like regular green tea than apricot green tea. I ordered a sample to try and get myself to like green teas, but I was still put off by the overwhelming grassy taste. If the apricot flavor had been more present it might have been better.
Like most of Adagio’s flavored black teas, the aroma was overpowering when I opened the tin, but the taste was weak. I liked it, but I would still prefer a stronger flavor.
The first time I prepared this, I added milk and sugar and really did not like it. On a whim today, I decided to try it again, this time without milk. It was much better, but I’m still disappointed by the lack of apple flavor. I’ll finish my sample tin, but I probably won’t be ordering any more.