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Lilly Tryon  

I'm a family nurse practitioner and nursing professor who specializes in lifestyle medicine and health coaching. We've lived in the Chattanooga, Tennessee area for the past 10 years. But my heart is in Dayton, Ohio and Rochester, Minnesota where my sons live with their families. An introvert by nature, I refuel best by spending time with family, plant-based cooking/baking, watercolor painting, prayer journaling, quilting, hiking, biking, kayaking, travel, and curling up with a cup of tea, a good book, and a cat on my lap.

User's reviews

  • Irish Breakfast

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    Nice classic, black tea. The tea is bright, but not astringent or bitter, with a malty flavor. Resteeps well. (190°F x 3 minutes)

  • Rooibos Almond

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    What a great balance: the almond flavoring is strong enough to mask the medicinal aspect of red rooibos, and the rooibos adds a natural sweetness to the almond. It's a match that is definitely after-dinner dessert-worthy. (212°F x 5 min).

  • Honeybush Pumpkin Chai

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    Lovely decaf mild chai for evenings. I steeped at 212°F x 10 minutes, and sweetened with a tiny bit of sugar. The spices blend well together without any one of them dominating, and the honeybush stays in the background. Very comforting tea, like a warm hug in a cup.

  • Pu-erh Spice

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    Really enjoyed this tea! I steeped at 195°F x 4 minutes. The spice leans more toward the cinnamon, and doesn't overwhelm the tea. I didn't taste anise, and that was a minor disappointment. I liked the tea both unsweetened and slightly sweetened, hot and cool. A great fall tea that isn't too heavily spiced.

  • Blackberry

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    Rich, fruity aroma from the tea leaves when opened. I steeped at 190°F x 2 minutes to avoid any bitterness from the tea. The blackberry flavor is light, but blends well with the tea flavor. I added a little sweetener, thinking it would make the flavor pop. But I actually enjoyed it better unsweetened. Good sipped hot. I think it would also be delicious iced.

  • White Pear

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    Lovely white tea scented and flavored with pears. I steeped a heaping teaspoon in 6oz of water at 175°F x 3 minutes. The tea is light in color and flavor, which is typical of delicate white teas. The subtle hint of pear needs no sweetener to coax it forward. A "pear-fect" white tea for sipping hot. Would also be refreshing iced.

  • Ginseng Green

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    Nicely flavored green tea. The ginger is mild. Good unsweetened or with a drop of honey. Resteeps well.

  • Citrus Mate

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    Toasty and citrusy aren't usually flavors found in the same cup, but they paired well for a nice wake up tea. Steeped per instructions, and added a drop of honey.

  • Bonfire

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    A sweet and smoky blend that will have you dreaming of a bonfire. There is a heady aroma of a wood fire when the packet is opened. I steeped at 212°F x 5 minutes. The Lapsang Souchong doesn't overpower the tea, but you definitely know it is there. The honeybush and hazelnut added a rich smoothness, and the apples brought a touch of sweetness. The orange rind and spices, although not noticeable on their own, added complexity to the tea. I enjoyed it with a little sugar, and found the flavor a bit addicting as I sipped.

  • Blood Orange

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    The dry tea smells wonderful and steeps to a such an intense red. The hibiscus adds quite a bit of tartness that is tamed by the addition of a little honey. Good sipped hot and cold.

  • Butterscotch

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    The aroma of the dry leaves is of sweet butterscotch. But the black tea overpowers the flavor. The butterscotch becomes more pronounced as the tea cools, however.

  • Earl Grey Green

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    Earl Grey with all the health benefits of a green tea. Delicious!

  • Toasted Mate

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    Very unique tea. Steeped per packet instructions. The tea is a reddish-brown with a full-bodied flavor that is toasty, nutty, and slightly smoky. Sweetening with a bit of sugar brings out hints of cocoa.

  • Honeybush Vanilla

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    This tea provides a great base for blending with fruity, nutty, or spicy teas. It adds a subtle sweetness and creaminess that elevates any tea to dessert status.

  • Gyokuro

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    A mild green tea with no grassiness or bitterness and a flavor profile that changes with every infusion. (I usually do at least 3). A favorite!

  • Jolly Roger

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    Tastes like warm, toasted banana-nut bread in a cup.

  • Minty Comfort

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    Very minty aroma in the tea leaves. I prefer a gentler mint, like spearmint. This tea is bold and powerful. Combined with the cooling effect of eucalyptus, I found it to be more lively than soothing. Probably one of the mintiest teas I've ever tried.

  • Hazelnut

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    Very strong hazelnut aroma from the dry tea leaves. Steeped 2g per 8 oz water at 190°F x 2 min, and added a little brown sugar. The hazelnut flavor is pleasant. Great for blending with chocolate-flavored tea.

  • Rooibos Cinnamon Apple

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    Pleasant apple cinnamon flavors. Rooibos is present, but not overpowering. I'd love it to have a stronger cinnamon flavor. (212° x 5 min)

  • Genmai Cha

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    This tea is a pretty pale green color, with a unique and satisfying aroma and flavor that reminds me of a rice cake. The mild, toasty, nutty flavor doesn't overpower the delicate green tea base and pairs well with honey. It is very satisfying and could be sipped alongside anything.

  • Rooibos Cocomint

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    Chocolate and mint flavors with the sweet backdrop of rooibos. Add a little sweetener, and you have a dessert tea that will make you smile. The second steep is a little weaker, but still very good.

  • Decaf Hazelnut Cinnamon Creme

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    I steep this tea at 190°F x 2 min and sweeten slightly for a delicious treat with amazing aroma and flavor. The cinnamon, cocoa, hazelnut, and creme combine well for a smooth, creamy tea that tastes like a warm hug. Adagio always hits it out of the park with the decaf blends.

  • Vanilla Green

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    A lovely green tea with a hint of vanilla. Adding a bit of sweetener enhances the vanilla flavor. Great alone or blended with other flavored green teas. (180°F x 3 min)

  • Pumpkin Spice

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    I only had a sample of this tea, but so enjoyed it! Steeped extra-strong (3g in 6oz of water at 190° x 3 minutes.... but it could go longer). After it cooled, I blended it with frozen almond milk "ice cubes", vanilla, and maple syrup to taste. Sprinkled cinnamon on top and enjoyed a tasty treat. A lovely blend of fall flavors! I'm sure it is good sipped hot, too.

  • Cinnamon

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    A light cinnamon-flavored tea that is comforting without a punch of spice. Steeped 2 g/8oz water at 190°F x 3 minutes. No bitterness noted from the Ceylon. Add a little sweetener and its like warm cinnamon toast in a cup. If you like a stronger cinnamon flavor, try Adagio's Fiery Cinnamon Spice.

  • Rooibos

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    A lovely red rooibos with a smooth, sweet taste that is less "woody" than other rooibos I have tasted. Enjoy it with a drop of honey. It is good as a blender with other tea flavors, and also makes a tasty iced tea.

  • White Peach

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    A gentle tea with a soft peach flavor that doesn't overpower the delicate white tea. However, if ou like a stronger peach flavor, the herbal or oolong peach may be preferred. I steeped at 160°F x 3 min. Adding a little sweetener helps to bring the peach flavor more forward. Enjoyed two steeps.

  • Candy Cane

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    I'm not a fan of peppermint tea. It is usually too strong for me. But this tea is milder and creamier in taste. The aroma of the dry leaves is like a sweet peppermint candy. I steeped at 195°F x 3 min, which kept the bitterness of the black tea at bay, and added a raw sugar cube to bring the peppermint candy notes forward. Very good!

  • Arabica Mocha

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    Loved this tea! No bitterness noted. The first steep was complex with toasty and mocha flavors and a hint of hazelnut. The second steep was lighter in flavor, with a more pronounced hazelnut taste. Very comforting sipped hot with a little sweetener.

  • White Chai

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    Although the aroma of the dry tea is a strong cardamon and clove, those flavors don't coe through at all. This is a lovely, mild chai that isn't overshadowed by the flavor of the tea itself. I didn't taste any lemongrass or coconut. A second steep was also good.

  • Vanilla Oolong

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    Lovely, uncomplicated tea that is like a warm hug. Smells heavenly out of the package and while steeping. The oolong is mellow, and the tea is smooth and sweet with distinct vanilla notes. As a vanilla lover, I think that vanilla makes everything taste better! This tea would be great to blend with spicy or fruity teas. I find that steeping at 200°F x 3 min is perfect. A tiny bit of sweetener enhances the vanilla flavor. Resteeps well.

  • Dewy Cherry

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    Very strong cherry aroma in the dry tea. It cold-steeped to a deep red, tart tea. Adding sweetener tones down the tartness and enhances the cherry flavor. Delicious.

  • Casablanca Twist

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    Light and flavorful tea. The spring darjeeling takes the edge off the peppermint, and the mint nicely covers the mineral and vegetal notes of the green tea. There is no bitterness or astringency. I steeped at 180°F x 2 minutes, and sweetened with 1/2 tsp raw honey. Resteeps well. A delightful cup!

  • Decaf Strawberry

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    Strong strawberry aroma, but the strawberry flavor was more subtle. A bit of honey enhanced the berry taste. I steeped at 190°F x2 minutes. The tea is not at all bitter, and resteeps well for a second cup. So nice to be decaf!

  • Honeybush Mango

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    This tea has a rich, sweet aroma while steeping. You can definitely taste the mango notes. No sweetener is needed. It is delicious hot, but tastes equally good iced. A nice fruity blend to drink year-round.

  • Blackberry Sage Oolong

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    I love the balance of sweet blackberry with herby sage in this tea. A little honey coaxes out even more blackberry flavor. The oolong provides a smooth full-bodied base, and stands up to multiple infusions (3-4). Also good as an iced tea.

  • Double Ginger

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    Very heavy on the peppercorns. I pick most out, and with the strong ginger flavor, have all the zip that I need. Despite several other ingredients in this tea, ginger is definitely the predominant flavor. I steeped at 212°F x 5 minutes, and sweetened with honey. An enjoyable cup.

  • Lemongrass

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    A nice cup of sunshine to sip any time of day! The lemongrass leaves are bright green with a strong, refreshing aroma. The tea steeps to the palest yellow, but there is nothing pale about its flavor! The flavor is bright and citrusy, without the tartness of lemon. No sweetener is needed, but a drop of honey turns the cup into a liquid lemon drop. This tea stands up to multiple infusions. It would be nice for accenting other teas, when you want a bit of lemon flavor.

  • Mango

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    Great prepared as an overnight cold-steep and served iced with sweetener and boba. A very mild mango flavor, but delicious.

  • Decaf Orange

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    If tea blends had Olympic competitions, this blend would take the orange, er gold, medal! It ticks all the boxes for me... flavorful, not bitter, decaf, good both hot and iced, good with/without sweetener, great for blending with other tea flavors, resteeps well. What's not to love?

  • Raspberry Patch

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    Raspberry herbal tea that is so refreshing iced! The flavor is fresh and fruity as if you whizzed berries in your tea. A little sweetener brings out the raspberry flavor and tames the tartness.

  • Kona Pineapple

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    A lovely golden yellow tea that is naturally sweet and refreshing. I did an overnight cold steep, and found the pineapple flavor just right. Deliciously tropical.

  • Campfire S'Mores

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    The dry tea smells sweetly of chocolate and vanilla. I steep at a lower temperature to avoid any bitterness (185° x 2.5 min). Once brewed, all I really tasted was the smoky flavor. Adding sweetener brought dark chocolate and vanilla notes forward. Enjoyed this way more than I thought I would.

  • Mango Melange

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    This tea is good--if you aren't expecting a mango flavor. It might be more aptly named Hibiscus Melange or Sangria Melange, because it steeps to a dark red and has a tart fruity flavor. If the mango is there, it is working in the background to soften the hibiscus a little. Even sweetener didn't coax it forward. Very pleasant tea. Just not mango.

  • Conga

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    Nice tea with a tropical fruity flavor. No bitterness. I enjoyed it hot, but I think it would be even better iced. Second steep still flavorful.

  • Mocha Nut Mate

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    A complex tea with notes of chocolate, hazelnut, and ... tobacco? The toasted mate hides behind the chocolate and hazlenut for the first steep (150°F x 3 min), adding a rich depth of flavor. When sweetener is added, the chocolate flavor is enhanced, and the mate takes a step further back. But in the second steep, the mate makes a bold move forward, and a smoky hint of tobacco is noted.

  • Forest Berries

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    Stong berry flavor from the dry tea leaves. I steeped at 190°F x 2 minutes, then sweetened with a tiny bit of raw sugar to bring the fruit flavor forward. Delicious sipped hot, but the berry flavor becomes stronger as it cools so it would make a great iced tea. Stands up well to a second steep.

  • White Blueberry

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    A mild tea with a hint of spring flowers, subtle top notes of blueberries, and the impression of honey. It steeps to a light golden color and stands up to multiple infusions. I steep at 180°F x 2-3 minutes to avoid burning the leaves, and use a cold steep for repeat infusions. It is enjoyable hot and cold. No sweetener needed.

  • Throat Therapy

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    So soothing sipped hot. Love the licorice and slippery elm blend. Naturally sweet.

  • Yunnan Gold

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    A tea that lives up to every word of its description. I found it to be a smoother version of Yunnan Noir, with a malty chocolate undertone. I steep at 190°F x 2-3 minutes but have accidentally over-steeped it and not found it to be bitter. It also stands up to multiple infusions. Delicious tea sweetened or not.

  • Decaf Peach

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    I'm a peach tea lover, and am often disappointed in the lack of flavor in peach tea. But Adagio's Decaf Peach doesn't disappoint! I steep at 190°F x 2-3 minutes. No bitterness, and lovely peach flavor that is enhanced by a small amount of sweetener. Excellent iced. And can be enjoyed any time since it is decaffeinated. One of my all-time favorites.

  • Darjeeling Puttabong Summer

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    This tea is smooth, mellow, and delicious! I steeped 1.6g of tea in 6oz of 190°F water x 2 minutes. There wasn't even a hint of astringency. It is good plain, but I enjoyed with a cube of raw sugar. The tea resteeps well (4 times, but the last cup was weaker). A solid staple that is excellent hot or cold and sure to please any black tea lover.

  • Fruit Medley

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    Sweet and fruity blend that makes a refreshing and pretty beverage when cold-steeped overnight and sweetened with a bit of sugar to enhanc the fruit.

  • Chocolate Chai

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    A lovely pairing of mild chai and chocolate. I steeped at 190°F for 3 minutes and sweetened with a raw sugar cube. Delightful! A second steep is a bit weak, however.

  • Ginger

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    A very mild ginger tea. I steeped 2 grams of tea in 8 oz of 190°F water for 2 minutes to avoid bitterness. Good tea for those who don't enjoy an intense ginger flavor.

  • Pu-Erh Poe

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    This tea stands up to multiple infusions (I enjoyed 6), and each has a slightly different flavor profile. It is mellow and earthy, with no fishy, smoky, or mushroom flavors noted. Great tea! (190° x 2 minutes... but rinse before the first steep)

  • Grapefruit

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    I didn't like this tea hot, but found it very refreshing iced with a little honey.

  • Rooibos Vanilla Chai

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    I'm not a fan of rooibos or chai, but they blend beautifully in this tea. I steep at 212°F for 10 minutes, then add a little almond milk and maple syrup for a chai latte. Delicious! The orange and vanilla provide a subtle sweetness. The chai is not too spicy, and there is no aftertaste from the rooibos. A second steep (15 minutes) was just as tasty.

  • Peach Serenity

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    I really missed Teavana's peach tea--until I tried Adagio's Peach Serenity! Nice peach flavor that is good served hot or cold. A staple in my tea drawer.

  • Earl Grey Moonlight

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    This is the blend that finally won be over to Earl Grey tea! The cream and vanilla adds creaminess and tones down the brightness of the bergamot.

  • Berry Blues

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    Lovely blueberry aroma. I did an overnight steep of 3.15grams of tea in 12 oz of cold water. The tea was a deep burgundy color. I added 1 tsp of sugar to enhance the fruity flavor, but it would also be good without any sweetener. Very refreshing, with no tartness noted from the hibiscus and rose hips.

  • White Darjeeling

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    Delicate white tea with complex flavors that change with each infusion (3-4). I steep 2 g of tea in 8 oz of 190°F water x 3 minutes. The tea is good without sweetner, but a drop of honey is nice, too.

  • Earl Grey Bravo

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    A bright citrusy Earl Grey. I steep at lower temperature (190°F x 2 min) to avoid the bitterness common to black tea. I also find that a little honey sweetens while smoothing out the bergamot. Nice morning wake-up tea, but also refreshing in the afternoon blended with frozen cubes of milk and added vanilla (London Fog Frappuccino).

  • Spiced Green

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    A spicy aroma greets you when you open this tea. It steeps to a pretty yellow color. Although the flavor isn't nearly as intense as its smell, the usually grassiness of green tea is overpowered by clove and ginger. I was unable to distinguish cinnamon in the mix. I added ½ tsp of honey to bring out the orange flavor. Not my favorite spiced tea.

  • Honeybush Blueberry Pancake

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    This tea smells and tastes just like its name! The honeybush melts into the background, letting the blueberry and maple shine through. The flavor is further enhanced with a little maple syrup, although the tea can stand alone without sweetening--and if you aren't careful, you can easily over sweeten this tea. Nice dessert tea. Second steep is weaker, but still good.

  • Chocolate Chai Pu Erh

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    There is a lot going on (in a good way) with the tea--the earthiness of the pu-erh, spiciness of chai, and subtle hint of chocolate. I steeped at 200°F x 5 minutes, with no pre-rinse. A bit of sweetener further intensifies the flavors and elevates the tea to a dessert. Very smooth and flavorful tea.

  • Milk Oolong

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    Delightful tea--in both the steeping experience (watching the tea unfurl) and taste (which is like a super smooth green tea). I usually add a little sweetener to my tea, but this was good without anything added. And I was able to steep three times!

  • Pu-erh Hazelberry

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    The tea smells and tastes great. The hazelnut and berry combination are a perfect match for the earthy pu-erh. A nice tea for re-steeping, too.

  • Jasmine Phoenix Pearls

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    Probably the best jasmine I've tasted. Not perfumy at all. Smooth. Nice with honey.

  • Rooibos Lemon Cloud

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    Sweet, creamy, lemony deliciousness! The rooibos base adds a richness in the background without screaming rooibos. If you like lemon drops, lemon pounds cake, lemon meringue pie, or lemon anything, you'll enjoy this tea.

  • Honeybush Hazelnut

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    I love the aroma and taste of the Honeybush Hazelnut tea! I steeped at 212°F x 5 minutes, and added a little brown sugar to bring the sweet nuttiness forward. Another nice add-in is cocoa nibs, for a hint of Nutella flavor. I also love how forgiving Honeybush is with steep temperature and time. Great tea for baking, too. A staple in my pantry.

  • Gaucho Mate Chai

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    This tea was a rare "meh" for me. I picked out all but one clove bud, since I am not a fan of spicy chai. So that may have impacted my taste experience. I awakened the mate with 2 Tbsp of cold water, then steeped at 190°F x 5 minutes. I found the tea to be light in color and very weak. Sweetener didn't improve it. My second steep used boiling water and was untimed because I was distracted. That cup was too spicy. This gringa felt like Goldilocks while sampling this tea! Unfortunately, I never got it "just right."

  • Turmeric Bliss

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    Great tea! The turmeric is subtle and the sweet orange and mango balance the spice. I steeped at 212°F x 5 minutes and sweetened it with a little honey. Like most herbals, it didn't stand up to a second infusion.

  • Yunnan Noir

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    Best black tea I've ever tasted. It is the whole tea experience--from watching the leaves unfurl to sipping the smooth, flavorful, non-bitter tea. The Yunnan Noir stands up to multiple infusions, too. What's not to love?

  • Decaf Blueberry

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    Nice decaf flavored black tea. The blueberry aroma is strong out of the packet. Despite steeping at 190°F x 2 minutes, the Ceylon still brought some bitterness to the blend. I added some rock sugar to enhance the blueberry flavor, which also became stronger as the tea cooled. Might be good as an iced tea, too.

  • Lemon Meringue Green

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    This tea is so smooth and creamy, without even a hint of the grassiness that is common in green tea. The vanilla and cream balance the acidity of the lemon, while the green tea provides a solid backdrop. When slightly sweetened, the tea provides a guilt-free indulgence any time of day. The tea also stands up to a second steep. It is seasonal (spring), so consider purchasing a large enough quantity to get you through the year. A staple in my tea pantry. (180°F x 2 minutes)

  • White Strawberry

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    The White Strawberry tea offers a full sensory tea experience. It is so pretty out of the package, with colorful bits of fruit, rose petals, and blue cornflowers tucked in among the tea leaves. The sweet aroma is of strawberries and vanilla. I steeped at 180°F x 2 minutes, and added just a tiny bit of sweetener to bring the strawberry flavor forward. I didn't distinctly notice the rooibos or other flavors, but found that they blended together to provide a richer backdrop to the strawberry flavor then would white tea alone, which allowed for a second steep. Very good sipped hot, but I think this would also be fabulous served as an iced tea.

  • Sleeping Dragon

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    This tea is as lovely to watch steep as it is to sip. A mild green tea with no grassiness. Good plain or with a drop of honey. Stands up to multiple steeps. Nice to have on hand for green tea lovers.

    Steeped 2 mins @ 165°F x 5 steeps!

  • Golden Turmeric Chai

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    This tea surprised me, because I am not a fan of either turmeric or chai. Together, they worked! The clove buds and peppercorns can be picked out, if you want a little less spice. I steeped in ½ of the recommended amount of water, then filled the cup with warmed almond milk and added a little honey. The tea was warm and comforting.

    212°F x 8 minutes.

  • Rooibos Nutcracker

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    The Nutcracker Rooibos tea definitely smells better than it tastes. My sample packet smelled strongly of sweet caramel. Once steeped, however, the rooibos base was strong, with an overlying smooth sweetness. I was not able to distinguish the caramel, cocoa, and nut flavors. A second untimed steep tasted only of rooibos. So you need to like rooibos to enjoy this tea! The nice thing is that it needs little to no sweetener. In fact, it seems to taste sweeter as it cools. So it is a nice tea when you have a hankering for something sweet, but don't want the extra calories.

    Steeped at 212°F x 5 minutes.

  • Green Rooibos Blueberry

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    The blueberry blends well with the green rooibos. Nice blueberry flavor that tastes good hot or iced.

    Steeped at 212°F x 5 minutes, 2 steeps

  • Honeybush Banana Nut

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    There's no better smell than homemade banana bread baking, and maybe no better comfort food than a slice of that warm, buttery bread right out of the oven. Adagio has managed to capture that aroma and flavor in this tea.

    Steeped 212°F x 5 minutes. Second steep is weaker in flavor.

  • Formosa Oolong

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    A very smooth, dark oolong with little astringency and no bitterness when steeped at 190°F x 3 minutes. The flavor is mellow with hints of toasted grain and chocolate. I love oolongs for their diverse and complex flavors and the ability to resteep multiple times (I did 3 steeps).

  • Currant

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    A mild fruity and floral aroma in this tea. I steeped at a lower temperature to prevent any bitterness from the Ceylon or the raspberry leaves. The flavor of currants is enhanced with a bit of honey, which also tones down the brightness of the Ceylon. Currant tea makes a nice morning cup of tea, but would also be delicious with scones for afternoon tea or iced in the summer.

    (Steeped at 190°F x 2 minutes)

  • Ti Kuan Yin

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    How do you rate a tea that stands up to multiple infusions and tastes different with every steep? This green oolong steeps to a light greenish-yellow and has a lovely, smooth flavor that is gentle and delicate. Depending on the steep, it's flavor profile is vegetal, floral, nutty, or buttery. The first steep needs an extra minute to allow the tea leaves to unfurl. Watching this process adds to the tea experience. The tea is good unsweetened or with a drop of honey.

    Steeped 5x at 190°F for 2 minutes. (Add 1 minute to first steep.)

  • Christmas Eve Herbal Tea

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    I wasn't sure about this tea when reading the ingredients. But the balance is perfect, with no tug-of-war between the cinnamon and spearmint. Nothing shouts Christmas Eve to me, but it is a flavorful tea without caffeine.

  • Cinnamon Vanilla Herbal Tea

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    Love that the rooibos doesn't overtake the flavor of this tea! I mostly taste cinnamon (but not too heavy), with a hint of vanilla. Steeped at 195F x 3 min. Added a little honey to sweeten and bring out the vanilla. The sarsaparilla takes a back seat in this tea. Perhaps it is merely adding sweetness? The tea pairs well with a bit of vanilla almond creamer. Very comforting blend to drink in the evening--especially with the relaxing properties of chamomile.

  • Ginger Peach Green Tea

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    Nice balance between the sweetness of peach and the spicyness of ginger, with the antioxidants and low caffeine of green tea. I steeped at 175F x 2 minutes, then added a little honey to enhance the peach flavor. Nice tea that is excellent sipped warm or served over ice.

  • Get Some Zzzs-No. 5 Herb Tea for Rest

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    Nice relaxing tea for bedtime. Haven't noticed a significant effect from the Valerian, however.