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Lady Ada

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created by Robin Falco
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Lady Ada Lovelace, whom Charles Babbage called the 'The Enchantress of Numbers,' worked with Babbage on his Analytical Engine. By describing the algorithm for the machine, she is considered by many to be the first computer programmer. Lady Ada Tea combines the stout, practical heart of Assam with an enchantment of vanilla, a hint of cheeky raspberry, and a handful of Romantic rose petals.


Moderate caffeine | Steep at 212° for 4 minutes.
Signature blends are not eligible for returns.

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ingredients & lore

blended with rooibos tea, black tea, natural vanilla flavor, assam melody, natural raspberry flavor, raspberries & raspberry leaves


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teas: assam melody, rooibos vanilla & raspberry

accented with rose petals & raspberry leaves


Augusta Ada King, Countess of Lovelace, was born Augusta Ada Byron. She was the only child of English Romantic poet Lord Byron and his wife, Anne Isabella Byron. The couple separated soon after Ada's birth, and her mother later insisted that Ada be tutored in mathematics and logic in an effort to stamp out the poetic 'insanity' of her infamous father. Through one of these mentors, she would be introduced to Charles Babbage and become fascinated by his Difference Engine. When an Italian article was published on his Analytical Engine, Ada's translation included extensive notes as well as a detailed method for calculations to be used by the machine. Although the machine was never built, this method is often recognized as the first computer program. This tea was created on the occasion of the Countess's 198th birthday and is dedicated to my daughter Ada.

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September 23, 2021
I love the selection of teas at Adagio. Their packaging is great and the shipping box was sturdy and everything was well packed. I orde...
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