Adagio Teas : Reviews of Teas
Adagio Teas is a excellent place to buy high quality, primarily loose-leaf tea (Read
Merchant Review of Adagio Teas). Their teas
come packaged in nice little tin containers, providing an air and light-proof
seal, helping to keep the tea fresh.
Additionally, Adagio Teas
has a superb collection of teas,
from white to green and everything in between. Listed below are reviews
of various teas from them that are available on the site. Just click
any of the links to read the full reviews.
- Adagio Cream Flavored Black Tea : A non-bitter and moderately strong cream flavored black tea.
- Adagio Spiced Green Tea : A very enjoyable and tasty green tea.
- Adagio Teas Almond Tea : A pleasant but weak tasting almond flavored black tea. No substitute for Amaretto, sadly.
- Adagio Teas Apple Cantata Herbal Tea : A very sweet whole fruit tea that has a unique but somewhat forgettable flavor.
- Adagio Teas Apricot Green Tea : A splendid green tea with a wonderful flavor and aroma of apricots. An ideal loose-leaf tea for new green tea drinkers.
- Adagio Teas Blood Orange Herbal Tea : A rather sweet whole fruit tea that has a pretty strong citrus flavor to it, despite having a light maroon color once the tea is brewed.
- Adagio Teas Candy Apple Flavored Black Tea : This tea is no substitute for a sweet and tasty caramel covered apple.
- Adagio Teas Candy Cane Flavored Black Tea : A tea that tastes remarkably similar to a candy cane straight off the christmas tree.
- Adagio Teas Cherry Green Tea : A wonderful introductory green tea, this tea offers a light flavor with a hint of cherry.
- Adagio Teas Chestnut Flavored Black Tea : A flavored tea that really does smell like chestnuts but which, once brewed, has a peculiar and not entirely pleasant taste.
- Adagio Teas Chocolate Chip Flavored Black Tea : A smooth and pleasant black tea that is no substitute for a chocolate chip cookie.
- Adagio Teas Chocolate Flavored Black Tea : A tea that really has a chocolate aroma but has virtually no chocolate flavor once brewed.
- Adagio Teas Christmas Flavored Black Tea : Christmas in a cup, this excellent cinnamon flavored tea is sure to put anyone in the holiday mood.
- Adagio Teas Cinnamon Apple Rooibos Tea : A very tasty tea that tastes remarkably similar to hot apple cider.
- Adagio Teas Cocomint Green Tea : A superb green tea that perfectly blends green tea with chocolate! A chocolate lovers delight in a tea!
- Adagio Teas Cranberry Flavored Black Tea : A very bad tasting tea that in no way tastes like a cranberry tea.
- Adagio Teas Dragonwell Green Tea : A great pure green tea with a light and subtle taste.
- Adagio Teas Ginger Flavored Black Tea : A flavored black tea that really does taste like ginger, but has a rather nasty after-taste.
- Adagio Teas Gingerbread Flavored Black Tea : If you love gingerbread, then this tea has your name on it.
- Adagio Teas Ginseng Green Tea : This tea is exceptionally light, both in taste and color, yet the flavor is very pleasant with absolutely no bitterness.
- Adagio Teas Green Pekoe Tea : A quality green tea that has massive leaves but has both a funny grassy flavor and grassy aroma about it.
- Adagio Teas Herbal Spearmint Tea : A superb spearmint tea that defines what a spearmint tea should taste like!
- Adagio Teas Jasmine #9 Oolong Tea : A superb and beautiful tea that has a wonderful flowery fragrance and taste.
- Adagio Teas Lemon Grass Herbal Tea : A surprisingly good lemon and ginger herbal tea, considering the "leaves" look like lawn clippings!
- Adagio Teas Mandarin Green Tea : A pleasant if somewhat forgettable green tea that has a very subtle flavor of orange and a light taste.
- Adagio Teas Oolong #8 Tea : A high quality "straight" oolong tea. Also makes a fine "intro" level oolong tea, too.
- Adagio Teas Pina Colada Tea : A beautiful whole fruit tea that nicely blends pineapple and coconut.
- Adagio Teas Pumpkin Spice Flavored Black Tea : A "Holiday Tea" that is flavored with pumpkin but really doesn't taste like pumpkin. And the "spice" is conspiciously absent.
- Adagio Teas Rooibos Jasmine Tea : A disappointing but still not bad Rooibos Tea with a weak jasmine flavor and aroma to it.
- Adagio Teas Rooibos Vanilla Tea : A tea with a strong vanilla flavor that sadly is no replacement for vanilla ice cream.
- Adagio Teas Rum Flavored Black Tea : A flavored black tea that isn't bitter but has kind of a weak rum flavor to it.
- Adagio Teas Sencha Overture Green Tea : A Japanese green tea with a surprisingly strong and distinct taste, but happily lacks a grassy flavor and bitterness.
- Adagio Teas Snowbud Finale White Tea : A superb white tea that slides down easily and has a wonderfully light taste.
- Adagio Teas Ti Kuan Yin Oolong Tea : An unusual oolong tea that looks like and tastes like a green tea.
- Adagio Teas White Assam Tea : A light and delicate white tea that still has a fairly strong flavor to it.
- Adagio Teas White Darjeeling Tea : An excellent and moderately sweet white tea from India.
- Adagio Teas White Monkey Green Tea : A very light colored and light tasting green tea. Traditional green tea drinkers will enjoy this tea.
- Adagio Teas White Peach Tea : An excellent white tea that tastes exactly what a peach tea should taste like.
- Adagio Teas White Tangerine Tea : A decent, somewhat sweet white tea that in no way had any sort of flavor of tangerine or orange.
- Adagio Teas White Tropics White Tea : A white tea with a strong coconut flavor.
- Adagio Teas Wuyi Ensemble Oolong Tea : A high-quality tea with massive leaves that has a forgettable flavor.
- Adagio Vanilla Tea : A weak tasting vanilla tea that almost tastes a bit like vanilla.
- Herbal Peppermint Tea : If you like peppermint, you will fall in love with this wonderful and tasty tea.
- Rooibos Cocomint Tea from Adagio Teas : A perfect after-dinner tea with an great chocolate and mint taste.
- Rooibos Orange Tea from Adagio Teas : A tea that, at long last, really does taste like oranges!
- White Pear Tea from Adagio Teas : A pleasant tasting and rather sweet White Tea.
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