Black Forest Bliss

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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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From Custom-Adagio Teas

Cherry, chocolate and cream black teas team up for this seductive and delicious blend. Add sweetener to enhance the flavor. Best enjoyed with your sweetheart and/or a friend. Or be greedy and enjoy every luscious drop yourself. (by Carolynne Keenan)

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576 tasting notes

No rating as this is my own. I think I’ll create this one for my shop as well, because that Adagio black tea flavor is so annoying. I love the medley of cream, chocolate and cherry – although now I crave black forest cake! Or any cake! Diets suck.


I agree. Diets really suck. The only thing that gets me through a diet is that I can drink as much tea as I want!

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558 tasting notes

This made a great choice for an afternoon treat this Valentines day. Paired it with a Raspberry Cheesecake cookie and it was sinful. I get almost a tingle on my tongue from sipping this tea. I’m not sure what makes that come across. I really like how the cherry and cream blend together, and the chocolate makes it even more delectable. Great blend! I will have to pick some of this up next adagio order!

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

YUMMMM. . .Sounds Amazing!


Glad you liked it! :)

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1965 tasting notes

This is another neat do-it-yourself Adagio blend from keenteathyme. (With my thanks.)

Backtracking to an old tasting note about Adagio’s cherry tea tasted solo confirmed that it has an artificial cherry-syrup personality. So when it gets blended with the cream and chocolate (which I do like Adagio’s version of), you get a Cherry Mash or drugstore Christmas cherry chocolate vibe—both of which I do like. A little milk and sugar blended nicely (I think I overdid on the dry leaf in a smaller pot and it was just on the edge of bitter. My mistake, not the tea’s).

Makes me wonder what this combination would be like with a different, less syrupy, cherry base.

Is 7:44 a.m. too early to break into a box of Russell Stover to accompany this?

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514 tasting notes

The Best Chocolate Tea I’ve ever had. HANDS DOWN.

KeenTeaThyme- you can blend a mean tea my friend! (Thanks for the sample as well!)

Its perfect. All flavors really blend well together and there isn’t an overpowering or overwhelming chocolate flav to it. Just a nice hint.

Gonna need a bag of this one too!


So glad you like this one too. :) I can’t get enough of it; I have to order a second bag soon…


ooohhh this sounds yummy!

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193 tasting notes

Bcaklogging…. Received this from KeenTeaThyme in a swap and it is very tasty! I get all the flavors blended nicely. The cherry, chocolate and cream taste wonderful together! Thank you KeenTeaThyme for swapping and the chance to try your blend!

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333 tasting notes

This blend smells just like a chocolate cake—it’s hard to describe, but there’s even that moist, freshly-baked quality to it. In terms of flavor, it’s very authentically chocolatey as well, with a touch of liqueur-like, cherry sweetness. Most chocolate-flavored teas I’ve encountered outside of Butiki are downright unpleasant, so this was a nice surprise. (“It wasn’t nasty” might not sound like high praise, but for teas of this category it is!)

The tea base, however, is not that great. There is not much to be said about it, and it has an acidic quality that makes the blend less enjoyable. So, in terms of authentic flavoring it’s a win, but could do with a better backdrop.

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