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Tea
Ingredients
Black Tea, Cocoa Nibs, Dark Chocolate, Natural Caramel Flavor, Natural Chocolate Flavor, Natural Creme Flavor, Natural Strawberry Flavor, Rose Petals, Strawberry
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Caffeine
High
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175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “YAY! This tea is fabulous! With each sip either the vanilla, caramel or Valentine’s is more prominent, and yet each flavor can be IDed in each sip. Nicely blended, nicely done. :) I accidentally...” Read full tasting note
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  • “My jug of cold tea for the next few days. Out of a fear that the black wouldn’t resteep well (to make iced tea, I make one pot of tea, pour it into my jug, and then resteep the leaves to get my...” Read full tasting note
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From Adagio Custom Blends, Nichole Miller

Dash of Caramel, pinch of Cream, and a nice helping of Valentines.

Huge fan of this movie. I was craving a blend very similar to this when I was watching it. Enjoy!

Created by: Nichole Miller

Ingredients: black tea, natural caramel flavor, natural creme flavor, rose petals, natural chocolate flavor, natural strawberry flavor, cocoa nibs, dark chocolate chips & strawberries

Steeping Instructions: Steep at 212° for 3 minutes.

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YAY! This tea is fabulous! With each sip either the vanilla, caramel or Valentine’s is more prominent, and yet each flavor can be IDed in each sip. Nicely blended, nicely done. :) I accidentally let these steep longer than I would have and the flavor remained intact. Mad Hatter’s Delight is strong and bold, yet sweet.

And as a bonus you get a picture of the gorgeous Andrew-Lee Potts!

What else do you need in a tea?! :)

P.S. I was distracted by Andrew-Lee’s gorgeousness and forgot to mention this is one of JoeCool (Nichole)’s creations at Adagio! Sorry girly!

Daddyselephant

Holy Frig, I need this tea, like, yesterday. My love for Alice runs deep….ALP especially. My friends are putting together an order, I am so in for some of this!!

Daddyselephant

…or not. Holy cow, shipping to Canada is ridiculous!

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My jug of cold tea for the next few days. Out of a fear that the black wouldn’t resteep well (to make iced tea, I make one pot of tea, pour it into my jug, and then resteep the leaves to get my full two liters), I probably used way too much and it is super strong. I used about twice the amount of leaf I usually use for 2 L of tea, and I brewed it in a smaller teapot (to avoid having an extra liter leftover…and the other one was dirty). So it is super strong, but very, very tasty. I’m enjoying this iced a lot, though I need to be careful about drinking it after five. I like sleeping. Maybe I need to keep one jug of caf tea and one jug of decaf in the fridge.

This tea really is a delight iced, and it’s creamy without any milk added. A bit bitter, but that’s my fault. It’s creamy and sweet and everything I want in a black tea.

Maybe when I go home to Tennessee in August, I should steal a milk jug or two from mom so I’m not lying when I call my pitchers of iced tea “jugs”.

Preparation
Iced

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