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autumn mist green

by adagio teas

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type: green

origin: china

caffeine: medium

price level: $$$$

Gently smoky gunpowder combined with bright tangy apples and rose hips, bring to mind a misty morning stroll. Hints of cinnamon and creme brulee flavor warm and comfort you like a favorite sweater. Steep at 180°F for 3 minutes

Recent reviews

    • Katherine Moore


      This tea smells AMAZING, but flavors don't come through quite as well as I was hoping.

    • Kimberly Hnatko


      Sweet and delicious! I was slightly disappointed that most of the flavors were overpowered by the creme brulee, but you can't be too disappointed when the final product is so delightful.

    • Han


      Tastes like creme brulee syrup! The sugar flavor is almost overwhelming, and the other flavors aren't noticeable because of it, but if you like sugar flavors, this will be a hit!

    • Justina Auck


      New fave for this fall. I add raw honey and drink warm.

    • AW

      Alexis Wolf


      This tea is absolutely DELICIOUS. It is so sweet and creamy, with the refreshing green tea layered underneath. Would recommend!

    • Red Wolfe


      Awesome, comforting fall flavors. Love the smoky creme brule taste.

    • Calexya


      Loved this tea! The smokiness and the apples bring to mind sitting by a bonfire, sipping cider.

    • Sky Kutil


      Lovely tea to half on brisk fall mornings, a hint of smokiness that blends into the taste and aroma of creme brûlée and apples.

    • melissa Dichiaro


      This is an interesting green tea. Slightly smoky but with a nice fruity flavor. I only got the sample bag and since it’s a seasonal tea will have to wait until it’s available again to try more.

    • LD

      Lydia Dschankilic


      A delightful, warm, cozy tea. I love the evenness of flavours between the creme brulle and the cinnamon - like a unique apple cider. Perfect with a bit of sugar.

    • Lydia Getgen


      The aroma and flavor of this tea almost call to mind the idea of caramel, with pleasant apple tones throughout.

    • Blayne Cook


      Love the flavor, definitely puts me in the fall mood

    • Laurel A.


      This is a lovely, unique tea. The flavor combination doesn't sound like it would necessarily work, but they harmonize very nicely together.

    • Casey Covel


      Words escape me as I try to put this flavor into words. It's an entirely new taste I've never experienced in a tea before. The creme brulee flavor definitely carries to the forefront, but the diversity of gunpower, rose, apple, and cinnamon blend together so seamlessly that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts, creating something entirely novel. I also noticed that even though I (accidentally) steeped my first serving at 212 degrees, the tea didn't 'burn,' though I imagine steeping at 108 degrees would coax more flavor out of it. Very much worth buying a sample, just to experience its uniqueness. The flavor isn't smokey or bitter in the slightest, but brings to mind the crisp scent of a stale autumn morning.

    • Snicky


      I am not a green tea fan, but this was actually a pretty good tea! Not my favorite, but still nice. The flavor is very weak, which I am not a huge fan of.