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yunnan noir
17¢ / cup
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earl grey lavender
12¢ / cup
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pu-erh hazelberry
Rating: 94
15¢ / cup


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Latest Reviews

Apr 30th '20
Yunnan Gold was probably my favorite out of these, but I liked all of them well enough. Each had their own stand-out characteristics that make this a memorable assortment. If you like black tea, there's probably at least one of these that will appeal to you.
Apr 30th '20
Larger than I expected, but that's not a bad thing. An elegant way to time a brew.
Apr 30th '20
I primarily use this for iced tea. It's pleasantly tart and sweet without being too much of either in my opinion.
Oct 1st '19
I love this teapot! It's the perfect size for making a decent sized cup of tea, but not much more than that. I use it for pu-erh.
Aug 2nd '19
It's a pleasant enough white tea, but the pear flavor doesn't come out very strong.
Aug 2nd '19
When I opened the bag, it hit me with a very strong blackberry and sage scent. The actual scent and flavor of the tea when steeped is more subtle, which I'm glad for. Ended up steeping it at a lower temp than Adagio recommends, and it was a pleasantly smooth flavor. I've tried Republic of Tea's blackberry sage black tea before but I like the taste profile that the oolong brings better. (5 mins @ 195°F)