ENJOY FREE SHIPPING ON ORDERS OF $49   details
GROUND SHIPPING FOR ONLY $3.75
CART EMPTY
adagio teas logo
teas
teaware
signature blends
gifts
add to cart
LOOSE LEAF TEA
sample
makes 5 cups
$2
cart
2oz
24¢ per cup
$6
cart
16oz
15¢ per cup
$29
cart
TEABAGS
teabags
15 full leaf pyramids
$6
cart
vanilla oolong

vanilla oolong

Fresh sugar cookies, anyone? For this Vanilla Oolong we start with a naturally sweet oolong from Taiwan. The warm dark sugar quality of vanilla bean adds a perfect flavor and texture element to this already complex tea. So, cookies? Well, that's just one of several sweet, sugary treats that came to mind when tasting this cup. Brown sugar and honey notes, smooth mouthfeel, lingering fragrance.

Steep at 212° for 3-5 minutes.

453 reviews

sort:
94

vanilla oolong teabags

Filled with the same high quality, full-leaf teas offered loose, our tea bags have a distinctive pyramid shape that gives leaves plenty of room to unfurl and fully infuse for the finest cup of tea. Savor the superior flavor of loose tea without sacrificing the convenience of a teabag.

teabags
15 full leaf pyramids
$6
add to cart

ingredients & lore

blended with oolong tea and natural vanilla flavor
The story of vanilla begins with the Totonaco Indians of Mexico, who were the first to unearth its secret. They fell to the Aztecs, who were in turn soon conquered by the Spaniards, under the leadership of Harnando Cortez. Cortez brought his precious plunder, including a few beans of vanilla, back to Spain. Vanilla beans are the fruit of an orchid which blooms for only one day each year. Because of this, and also because the flowers must be hand-pollinated, vanilla is the second most expensive spice on earth, after saffron.
ingredient
ingredient

you'll also enjoy

vanilla
93
vanilla
per cup: 10¢
vanilla green
vanilla green
per cup: 12¢

share with friends

Daily Drawing

holiday_zibo_teapot.jpg
Apr 20th
Win a gift of zibo teapot and black
A handmade work of Chinese art, with a tradition going back thousands of years. This pot is made from rare zi sha clay (purple sand), which is found only in the city of Yixing, in Jiangsu province. These often elaborate and whimsical pots are traditionally used for gongfu steeping, where tea is served in small cups over the course of many very short infusions. Ideal teas for this are oolongs and puerhs, although some black teas will be quite love... read more...
Really hope I win this
I'm feeling lucky
My fingers are crossed

* requires Facebook
blank
blank
blank
blank
blank
blank