Masters Tea From Adagio
I have been using Adagio Tea for a few years now, in the summer I practically live on their cold brew tea and now that the weather is turning colder a cup of hot tea is exactly what I want. I recently discovered that Adagio launched a new concept called Masters Tea, this is for serious tea lovers. The curated teas that are offered are made by artisan tea makers and when you open one of the containers the aroma is intoxicating. Each tea is a limited edition and small lot production. If you are a fan of Adagio I recommend you give Masters Tea a try, I ordered several and have tried 2 so far, they give you explicit instructions to prepare the tea properly down to the water temperature.
In the photo is Formosa Ruby 18 Black tea. Earthy, multi dimensional and well balanced. This is a full bodied tea from Taiwan you will taste hints of spice and vanilla, its absolutely delicious.
Balsun First Flush is a Darjeeling tea from India, an early harvest black tea. Early harvest tea differs greatly from a late harvest tea, it’s lighter in body, crisp, clean and fresh. There are fruity notes along with just a hint of floral. It was exceptional.
For me a cup of tea is spiritual, different than coffee. I relax and think more clearly when drinking tea for some reason, I hope you visit the site for Masters Tea its well worth it. Note: The tea was sent to me by Adagio Masters Tea, I will only promote and review items I use or would use myself and all opinions are my own. When I say I recommend this I really mean it.