Coconut + Tea = Perfection
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“This is one of my Adagio favorites. Sweet and creamy. Had a little steeping snafu this morning…the Hot Shot I use for quick morning out-the-doors was decidedly tepid. So I had to run water through...” Read full tasting note
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Even in the coldest chill of winter, the refreshing Coconut tea will imbue your cup with a taste of summer in the tropics. Combining the flavor of fresh coconuts with bright Ceylon black tea, you will have to fight the urge to wear your grass skirt out in public.
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This was an extra from Momo’s sale. I was kind of expecting the worst.. I’m not sure why, as Adagio flavored teas are spot on for me. I happen to like this one. It looks like two types of coconut are used here: the occasional sliver of coconut and the leaves must be infused with coconut flavor as there is a lot. Almost too much! It’s a little like suntan lotion but also like a coconut pie. I don’t mind the suntan lotion when I’m probably not getting enough sun anyway. I’m not sure how old this tea is but it doesn’t taste old… maybe a coconut tea that actually ages well! I love the black base that Adagio uses: a bit of a flavor bite while not quite stealing the show. A lovely copper cup from a Ceylon I actually like. I think all of the Adagio flavors have been tasty to me and they usually have a LOT of flavor.
Steep #1 // just boiled // 3 min
An oldie but a goodie. This tea is still one of my favourites. Now that I’m beginning to appreciate the base teas too rather than just the flavouring, it does kinda bug me that I can’t appreciate this tea without adding milk. It would be gorgeous paired with a really nice black tea, maybe something like a laoshan. However, it’s not that much of an annoyance as I am from the UK and was brought up on strong black tea with lots of milk. In this respect, it is like a traditional English tea with a twist, and I love it for that. Finishing up my small bag was made easier by the knowledge that I have accumulated 151 adagio points (love their points system, btw) and now have £15 worth of free tea to claim! Yay. This will certainly be making its way into that order, but it is a while off as my no buy continues. Will I ever make it?
This is very coconutty, but falls a bit flat. I don’t think it is due to the flavor, but I am starting to not love the black tea base used in these flavored teas as I branch out and try other brands. Flavored blacks used to be all I drank…I think I just prefer oolongs and pu erhs more. But if you enjoy other flavors that Adagio has to offer, this one is a solid choice if you also enjoy creamy coconut!
I adooore coconut so this was a must to try for me.
Scent-wise, this tea doesn’t disappoint. It’s coconut in the bag, as it steeps, in my cup. I could just sit and inhale this all day. Raw and dirty coconut. Yum.
I’ve tried a few of the flavored black teas from Adagio lately, and I think I need to just try their plain black ceylon- because I’m starting to think I dislike it in general. All of the flavored ceylon’s I’ve tried have been slightly bitter to me (ginger was the worst).
This is the least bitter of the flavored teas so far. The coconut seems to smooth off the tannin’s bite a bit more (while ginger in the ginger blend accentuated it). It also has a kind of after-taste of coconut that coats the tongue, which I kind of enjoy :)
Overall this isn’t my favorite tea, but I’ll finish off my sample happily. This is a great candidate for Butter tea. :)