drank Fruit Sangria by Adagio Teas
27 tasting notes

I’m new to loose teas and herbals. They were selling this in the tea kettle area of my local Meijer grocery store, so I thought I’d give it a try. In the least if I didn’t like it hot, I could make iced out of it, right? It smells like crystal light when you open the can.

Smells fruitier at first than it tastes. After it cooled a moment, it was very fruity and to me, needed no sweetener. Probably too sweet for me to drink hot every day as-is. It’s not that it’s syrupy or artificial tasting, exactly. It doesn’t in particular TASTE too sour to me. But it has that tongue burn, like sour patch kids candy does. I’ll probably try a little less of the blend next time.

Flavors: Apple, Hibiscus, Lemon, Orange, Raspberry, Tart

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 2 g 8 OZ / 240 ML

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New to loose leaf tea and infusions.

Beer snob. Love to drink coffee, but there’s so much politics surrounding the coffee pots at my office, I just wanted my life calm and drama free. Tea and infusions are opening doors of flavor and serenity in my life. I like to create my own food recipes and such, so experimenting in tea was an obvious move once I got into it.

I’ll just put this right here in my profile: many black teas have an odd taste to me. I can only describe it as that they have the aftertaste like someone broke up a cigarette — including the bleached paper wrapper and plastic filter — and poured hot water over it and forced me to drink it on a dare.



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