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“I love a good green tea. I was really excited to try it with a cherry kick. It’s really good, but a little on the sweet side. I tend to like my teas unsweetened, and you definitely do not need to...” Read full tasting note
“This tea is very floral; I enjoy it pretty well, but the rose and cherry combination apparently makes my SO think of soap too much. I think enjoyment of this tea is going to be heavily dependent on...” Read full tasting note
“Not one of my favorites, which was a disappointment, considering how much I love cherry-flavored anything. The smell is decent when opening the package, but once steeped, it tasted artificial (it...” Read full tasting note
This premium green tea flavored with summer cherries is a treat for any Chekhov fans musing in their cherry orchard, delectable both hot and cold. If you’ve never read Chekhov, it doesn’t have a happy ending. If you’d never tried our Cherry tea, it’ll make up for it.
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I love a good green tea. I was really excited to try it with a cherry kick. It’s really good, but a little on the sweet side. I tend to like my teas unsweetened, and you definitely do not need to add any form of sweetener to this tea (so if you’re looking for a tea you can enjoy straight, but typically like sugar or honey, this may be your tea!).
I don’t think the cherry flavoring is artificial, but it’s a touch strong in my opinion. I’m happy I tried this tea, but probably won’t repurchase this variety. So far, the Adagio Green Pomegranate is my fave flavored green tea.
Not one of my favorites, which was a disappointment, considering how much I love cherry-flavored anything. The smell is decent when opening the package, but once steeped, it tasted artificial (it reminded me of liquid children’s Tylenol). Very off-putting, won’t be drinking again.
Flavors: Artificial, Cherry
Had a sample of this at Adagio Teas today. You may be detecting a theme in my notes: I like fruit teas. This was nice, not too sweet and a lovely tart flavor. I think if I were making it at home I’d probably add a little sugar. Would be nice on ice, very refreshing.
Flavors: Cherry, Tart, Tea
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I love actual cherries but I’m not usually a fan of cherry flavored things. This manages to be nice without reminding me of cough syrup. It’s ever so slightly tart, but the green tea base is smooth and unoffensive. I added a bit of sweetener which brought out the cherry a bit more. I’m not sure this is one I’d stock, but it was a good surprise!
Lovely green cherry tea. Light, summery. I think the cherry level is just perfect for me. Need to sit and ice my knee since I got a little too enthusiastic in my cleaning. Darn, have to drink more tea! Gosh, I guess I’ll have to catch up on Orphan Black!
I think I should have tasted this before trying Adagio’s Cherry Black Tea. I drank the black tea first, so the green never stood a chance. I love the black tea, so it’s now the standard against which I compare all cherry teas!
The scent is pleasant, but not as strong. Once brewed (3 min), it just tastes very (very!) lightly of cherry. I really prefer a stronger flavor, so this was a little disappointing. People into flavored tea subtlety may enjoy this one.