Vanilla Green

Tea type
Green Tea
Green Tea, Natural Vanilla Flavor
Green, Smooth, Vanilla, Tea, Cream
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Loose Leaf, Sachet
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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 15 sec 18 oz / 532 ml

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  • “I’m not sure if it’s appropriate to write about this here since I’m eating this tea and not drinking it but I think it’s fitting so I’m gonna go for it. So earlier this week, I talked about turning...” Read full tasting note
  • “I have a soft spot for Adagio’s vanilla teas. That being said, this is my least favorite of them. I think that the main issue is that green tea seams to work better on its own than flavored to me...” Read full tasting note
  • “Tea #34 from Another Traveling Tea Box Vanilla and green tea strikes me as really odd, which is why I needed to try this one. It surprisingly works better than I’d have thought. Adagio uses a...” Read full tasting note
  • “NinaVampi shared this one with me, along with a few other vanilla flavoured things. Vanilla and green tea struck me as a funny combination. It wasn’t one I would ever have come up with on my own....” Read full tasting note

From Adagio Teas

According to the International Ice Cream Association, Vanilla is by far the most popular flavor, getting a full 23% of all ice cream consumption. Inspired by this love, Adagio has created Vanilla Green Tea, combining the rich, warm dark sugar aroma of vanilla with delicate Chinese green tea. Soothing, sweet and very ‘beany’ vanilla fragrance (like warm sugar cookies made with fresh vanilla beans).

Steep at 180° for 2-3 minutes.

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34 Tasting Notes

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I love this tea! It is my favorite green that I’ve ever found. I got it as a sample when I went in for sugar and ended up coming back to buy a whole bag of it. I enjoy dessert teas and this is sort of like a green dessert tea. Nice and sweet and smells just as good as it tastes!

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55 tasting notes

Tastes like weak and bland green tea, no matter how much I use, and I don’t get any vanilla or “sugar cookie” taste from it at all. Most of Adagio’s teas just taste like their base tea to me.

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39 tasting notes

I am an absolute vanilla fiend- only if it’s really good, authentic vanilla flavor. You could even go so far as to call me a vanilla snob. Vanilla extract from a grocery store? Oh, no. Not at all good enough; I’ll drive an hour round trip out of my way for good Madagascarian bourbon vanilla beans in extract handmade by local experts and pay the $$ for a little bottle. That said, this green tea is perfection in a cup. It may well be my number one tea ever, though I’m loathe to call it that for now since I do like variety.

It has an incredibly sweet nose to it and it really delivers that in flavor. With a regular green tea one would expect a bit of an acidic bite at the end of the flavor- not so with this tea; the vanilla really delivers here and rounds out all of green tea’s rougher edges. It’s super smooth every time and I absolutely love this stuff. I was getting a wee bit tired of it after I’d consumed 9 ounces’ worth, but my fiance and I absolutely can’t get enough of the flavor. So we’re working on a new 3-oz bag. :D

Heaven in a cup, truly!

Flavors: Green, Smooth, Vanilla

190 °F / 87 °C 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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Here’s Hoping Traveling Teabox – Round #5 – Tea #18
A green tea with vanilla flavoring? Seems like a weird choice, but it works. It’s like ice cream flavoring vanilla. I taste the vanilla more than the sencha.

Daylon R Thomas

Fun fact that you probably know: some ice creams and even whey protein drinks use green tea extract to help thicken vanilla flavors. Core Power uses it in their vanilla.


No, didn’t know it!

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20 tasting notes

I got this as a free sample when I mentioned that I liked the Vanilla Oolong. While I’m a fan of vanilla, as others have pointed out I’m not sure it works with green tea all that well. The vanilla flavor is very hard to even detect under the very bright green tea flavor. Not horrible, but not enough of one or the other to stand out.

Flavors: Tea, Vanilla

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 18 OZ / 532 ML

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882 tasting notes

Finished this one off tonight! I really enjoyed this tea. It has a nice flavor. The vanilla is creamy and compliments the green. The green tea is slightly vegetal and sweet. The vanilla is subtle but you can still tell that it’t there. I like that I can taste the green before the vanilla flavor.

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592 tasting notes

I love vanilla black tea so I had to try this one. the vanilla smell on the dry leaves is quite nice but honestly I’m not enjoying the flavor as much as I thought I would. Somehow vanilla just seems to go better with black tea in my opinion anyways. It is light and I can barely taste the green tea but it’s definitely there

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I tend to prefer my desert teas to be blacks. The flavors just seem to cooperate better.

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559 tasting notes

I’ve had this tea in my cupboard for a good while and just hadn’t gotten around to it. I wish I had tried it sooner!

I made it iced, as it’s still blazingly hot here in the ATL. The leaves are very fragrant, smelling sweet and almost marshmallowy. I can tell it’s the same vanilla Adagio uses in their black vanilla tea, as well as their Earl Grey cremes. As far as the actual green tea goes, it’s low-to-mid-grade sencha. Flat and dark green, with almost no whole pieces.

It brews up to a pale greenish yellow, as one would expect. The flavor is deliciously soft, creamy vanilla. However, it completely mutes the actual tea aspect. I know a lot of you would see this as a bad thing. I can’t say that I don’t exactly, but I’m really not a fan of green teas in the first place. I just never really developed the pallate. Also, I’m pretty crazy about vanilla, so… yeah. I like it! I’m glad I have it. It’s like a dessert without the calories and I could see myself getting it again.

Flavors: Cream, Vanilla

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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627 tasting notes

I was pleasantly surprised by this tea. I wasn’t really expecting a whole lot, and some vanilla flavors taste incredibly fake. Not so, here. When it is hot the scent wafts up and it smells absolutely delightful! Upon first sip, the vanilla is very rich and pleasant and plays better with the green tea taste than I could have ever anticipated. Definitely tastes like dessert in a cup!

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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12 tasting notes

I really like this tea. Its very smooth and well balanced. I find it very soothing and its what I have been drinking most of the day lately.

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