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Adagio Teas a Refreshing Discovery

By Angela @daisyangel1
Adagio Tea and ingenuitea teapot review. I am often sent tea to review, who knew there was such a huge choice of brands available online. So it is quite unusual to find something that is a little bit different when it comes to tea. Let me introduce you to Adagio Tea, a brand I had never heard of before but I have been getting acquainted with for the past month or two.
Tea images cup and saucerAlong with tasting the tea I have been using Adagio Teas specialingenuiTEA teapot. Each blend of tea I was sent is contained in a good seal-able packet essential for storing. 
Adagio English Breakfast Tea
Not a typical tasting English Breakfast tea but I still enjoyed it, I brew my tea quite weak and enjoyed with milk.
Irish Breakfast Tea
I have never heard of this tea previously. It is a much stronger tea blend, with a deep flavor to it - I even tried brewing a weaker version but it was not to my taste. But if you enjoy a strong flavoured tea this will be perfect for you. I had mine with milk.
Earl Grey Moonlight Tea 
Wow, this tea really surprised me. I do drink Earl Grey occasionally though it is not my favorite blend. I was intrigued with the added Cornflowers and I found I thoroughly enjoyed it, it has a light, refreshing and subtle flavor. I was not on my own either, both my sister and a friend that was visiting both express who much they liked this. Our visitor enjoyed it so much he has since ordered a pack for himself. So don't just take my word for it. 
Blueberry White Tea  
I have never drank white tea before, I have purchased it in the past as I have an aunt that particularly enjoys it. A light and fragrant tea and a pleasure to drink. I was hoping to have a catch up with my aunt so I could share her views on this white tea, but time and decorating have prevented this.
Casablanca Twist Green Tea
Green tea is not something I tend to buy. In the past it was a drink I enjoyed immensely during a visit to Japan, a number of years ago. I still have a special Japanese green tea cup that was gifted to me. This green tea is blended with peppermint, and is a super refreshing cup of tea, enjoyed black. In fact I can imagine enjoying this as an iced tea too, roll on the Summer.
Loose tea selection Adagio TeasI love… 
the amazing ingenuiTEA teapot. A plastic teapot suitable for brewing loose teas, holds 450ml water. You can watch as your tea is infusing and when it reaches your perfect brew. Place the teapot above your cup, gently sit it down onto the rim and see the tea flow in. As soon as you lift off the cup the tea stops flowing. Now what impressed me most about this is that when it stops it stops, no dripping at all. So no need to place it onto a saucer as I initially did, just place it down on the kitchen surface or tea tray.  
Each sachet of loose tea comes with instructions on how long it is recommended to brew the tea and also the best temperature for the water. 

Adagio tea ingenuiTea loose tea Teapot

Adagio tea ingenuiTea Teapot

Could do better…
  • No I can not think of a single thing, just wish I had discovered Adagio Teas sooner.
Perfect for…
  • Teas are available both loose and in teabags so no need to worry if you do not have a teapot, or if you just prefer the ease of tea bags. 
  • For those of you that like to enjoy a cup of loose tea at work, the ingenuiTEA teapot would be perfect.
The important stuff…
  • Teas and the amazing  ingenuiTEA teapot can be purchased from the Adagio Teas website. The Earl Grey Moonlight 85g costs £4 and the ingenuiTEA teapots start from £16.
  • Register for Adagio Teas newsletter and you will receive 20% off your first order.

Adagio Teas a Refreshing Discovery
Earl Grey Tea Moonlight

Earl Grey Moonlight Tea


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