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Black Tea
Black Tea, Natural Caramel Flavor, Natural Creme Flavor, Natural Vanilla Flavor
Butterscotch, Caramel, Cream, Vanilla
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  • “Yep… I’m a Harry Potter fanatic. And… yep… that’s why I bought this tea. Of the black teas that I’ve tasted from Adagio thus far, this is my favorite. The caramel, creme and vanilla work in...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Yay for Harry Potter-inspired tea. :D I was expecting this to have some rum flavouring in the mix but instead this is a mix of caramel, cream, and vanilla. These seem to be fairly standard...” Read full tasting note
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Taste that Sweet taste of Butterbeer. Butterbeer is the fictional drink in the Harry Potter Series, yes that series.

Created by: Robert Pirlot
Contains: caramel, cream, vanilla

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Oh. My. God.

I’ve tried this tea from my HP potions sampler a few times and in a few different ways by now, but have yet to review it and I’m not sure why. Possibly because I usually only post one or two of the teas I have each day, and there are others I’ve had more to say about than this one. Today, though, this was the unquestionable star of my tea menu.

I made little melt-in-the-middle chocolate puddings for myself and my partner a couple of days ago, and bought a small pot of double cream to go with them. We finished most of it at the time, but there was a little left which I decided to add to tea. This was the first one I had this way, as I’ve often thought upon drinking it that it would go great with some cream (next on my list is coconut). It was so great that I broke my caffeine curfew for an extra cup.

The usual flavours of caramel and vanilla are present, and the cream flavour (which was already present) is merely enhanced and makes me forget that I am not actually sitting in the Leaky Cauldron drinking a real butterbeer, as it thickens it up and is almost exactly how I imagined it in the books. The aroma is amazing, and made my whole flat smell like a bakery. Drank with cream, this could totally replace dessert and actually con your stomach into thinking it’s had some.

Despite my complete awe at the even better than usual taste of this tea with cream added, my usual thoughts of ‘this should really have some rum flavouring to it’ are not diminished, if not heightened. At the moment, it is a wonderful “virgin” tea, but I always pictured butterbeer to have an alcoholic flavour without actually containing alcohol, and I think that this would make it taste more authentic. I still have around 1/4 of a shot of rum in a tiny bottle from when I was sick and used it to make a hot toddy, and I may just be tempted to make an exception to my no alcohol rule to try this theory out. There’s barely anything left, after all…

Maybe I should send some of this tea to the guys at the Harry Potter Studio Tours, with instructions to add a splash of cream, as this was better than the ‘real’ butterbeer that I drank there! I will note, however, that this was incredibly sweet and cloying, and I would not recommend it to people that aren’t big on dessert teas. I would also say that a small cup should be enough, as I feel a whole mugful would be too rich.

Boiling 2 min, 15 sec

Omg, would love to try this! Your description is great. I too did not enjoy the “butterbeer” at HP universal.


Aw I wish I had have known, I would’ve included some in your swap package! Definitely try it if you can get your hands on some. So much better than the disappointing ‘proper’ butterbeer!

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Like with a lot of teas on Adagio, unfortunately, you can’t steep this for very long before it gets bitter. I find 3 minutes is just right.

Smells creamy and caramely right out of the bag, and when it’s brewed, the smell is just gorgeous. Upon tasting, not bitter, and quite sweet. I haven’t had this with milk yet, but it’s probably brilliant.

I love this tea a lot!

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This is quite a tasty tea! Nice and sweet, I added a bit of vanilla agave and it was really delicious!

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