Our teabags contain the same high-quality tea as our loose-tea offerings. Their pyramid shape gives the leaves plenty of room to unfurl and infuse, placing more flavor in each cup. Enjoy the superior flavor of gourmet tea with the convenience of a disposable bag.
15 full leaf pyramids
That flavor you know and love, is also available in our convenient iced tea pouches. Ideal for cold brewing in your fridge overnight, a single pouch will make a quart of deliciously refreshing iced tea.
6 x quart-sized pouches
Ingredients & Lore
blended with apple pieces, rose hips, hibiscus, lemon verbena, orange, dragonfruit flavor, dragonfruit, pineapple pieces, strawberries, marigold flowers & rose petals
Dating back to around the 13th century, Dragon Fruit is native to South American where it was originally known as the Pitaya. The fruit was renamed when introduced to Asian markets around a century ago, in the hopes of sparking interest in the fruit. According to the legend formulated around the new name, fire-breathing mythical creatures created the fruit. During battle, when a dragon would breathe fire, the last thing to come out at the end of the flames was the Dragon fruit. When the dragon was slain, the fruit would be collected and presented to the Emperor as a coveted treasure and symbol of victory.
Part of fruit bomb teas sampler
Explore a variety of teas with our popular sampler set.
Four teas included are:
dragon fruit dream, kona pineapple, passionfruit tango, peach serenity
fruit bomb teas
will make 40 cups
Questions and Answers
Ask a question about dragon fruit dream and have the Adagio Teas community offer feedback.
Is this limited edition? If so, when will it go away? If not, please keep it forever as it is amazing!
Asked by Megan Halavi
on September 16th, 2018
How do I make this into ice tea
Asked by Jannet Sheposh
on May 31st, 2018
Why is it that the Dragon fruit dream in the iced tea section has 'moderate caffeine' and the Dragon fruit tea here has none?
Asked by Lyndsey Werner
on June 15th, 2019
Do you have any fruit teas, like this one, that don’t have dried flowers in them? I’d love to find some without rose, hibiscus, marigold, etc
Asked by Kathleen Gibson
on April 15th, 2020