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ali shan
ali shan
Rating: 94
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pu-erh tahiti
pu-erh tahiti
Rating: 90
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pu-erh hazelberry
pu-erh hazelberry
Rating: 94
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The Companion
The Companion
Score: 99
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almond oolong, pomegranate, rooibos jasmine
The Mechanic
The Mechanic
Score: 80
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wild strawberry, valentines, lapsang souchong
The Doctor
The Doctor
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irish breakfast, ginseng green, chocolate

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Latest Reviews

Apr 26th '16
I love this tea! It has that nice mellow toastiness from the popped rice, it has a vaguely sesame taste to it. The green is very woodsy, and lingers a bit. This is probably my favorite tea to make on absurdly cold days, it is very comforting.
Apr 26th '16
So glad I checked Adagio on a whim, otherwise I'd have missed this tea. Normally Earl Grey is quite a dominant tea, as bergamot tends to be a very powerful flavor, and so do coconut - in this, though, they've mellowed each other out quite a bit. Though the coconut is definitely present, it isn't sweet at all like most coconuty things, so if that's a concern you should add a little sweetener. The cream is less so, more of an afterthought in the finish, so it may benefit from adding cream or milk to bring that out more. My boyfriend discovered this tea is prone to bitterness, so be careful not to oversteep! (3 mins @ 195°F)
Mar 3rd '16
I wasn't a fan of this one - I was really expecting more of the tart, juicy of, yknow, a strawberry, but it was way too overloaded with vanilla sweet to notice. Not very subtle, as I hoped for, since it's a white tea. (5 mins @ 180°F)
Mar 3rd '16
I began shopping on this website June of 2012, so this has been a long time coming for me, and I waited patiently and striked the second it turned Feb 1. And the wasn't for nothing - I let this brew while I cleaned up a bit, and it's fantastic. I tried it black, unsweetened first, as I usually do, and the result was a smoky, vaguely chocolatey tea (essentially a coffee substitute, really). Milk only enhanced both of these things. This is way more robust than I'm used to Scottish breakfast teas being - generally I find Chinese teas to be milder and smoother than Indian ones, which tend to be a little more stout - but this one definitely held up. So happy. (5 mins @ 202°F)
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