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I’m a huge tea fanatic, nothing makes me happier than having a mug of hot tea in my hand. For me tea solves everything, rough night – tea, celebrating – tea, bad day – tea… you get the idea! Being caffeine intolerant makes finding a range of teas difficult though. Most brands stock a generic decaf black tea and leave me looking at the flavoured teas longingly. Fortunately for me Adagio Teas stock a huge range of teas and a large selection of them are decaf.

About Adagio Teas

Adagio Tea loose leaf tea and infuser mugs

Adagio Teas specialise in hand picked loose leaf teas, working directly with the farmers who produce them. Every tea is full of nutrients, all natural flavours and no added sugar.

Adagio Teas loose leaf tea

You can find a range of black, white and green teas, iced teas, flavoured teas, herbal teas and rooibos teas on Adagio Teas. There are a great selection teaware and infusers too.

 

My Adagio Teas review

Adagio Teas flat lay

Adagio Teas very kindly sent me a range of their teas to try, both decaf black tea and rooibos tea. For the last couple of weeks I’ve been drinking my way through a selection trying them.

Each sachet of loose leaf tea along with the infusing ceramic mug is really easy to make. A couple of teaspoons of tea in a paper tea filter, pop it inside the metal infuser in the mug (which fits perfectly), fill with hot water and pop the lid on. I leave mine to steep for 5-10 minutes then lift the infuser out and drink.

Adagio Teas infusing step one Adagio Teas infusing step two Adagio Teas infusing step three

All of the Adagio Teas taste amazing, and just as they should. So far I don’t have a sachet I don’t like. A couple have been strong (for my personal taste) but a drop of honey or teaspoon of sugar sweetens them so they are perfect for my taste buds.

I am loving the Autumnal flavours the most at the moment, Honeybush Pumpkin Chai and Rooibos Vanilla Chai are my favourites. The decaf Earl Gray is another favourite, it is SO hard to find a good decaf earl grey tea.

I will definitely be keeping my kitchen cupboard stocked up with Adagio TeasΒ and I have my eye on an infuser teapot for my next order too!

Are you a loose leaf or tea bag person? What is your favourite tea flavour?

 

Adagio Teas loose leaf tea review

 

*I have been sent my Adagio Teas in exchange for a review. All words and opinions are my own.

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  1. I’ve tried loose tea but I think that’s because I see it as a faff and usually opt for a coffee. I would like to try it though and I’ve seen some gorgeous little loose tea sets.

    • As long as you have the right bits to do it it’s not too much of a faff. I quite enjoy the ritual of infusing it πŸ™‚ If you do give it a try let me know what you think.

  2. I don’t mind loose tea. It’s sometimes quite nice having to infuse tea, I love that there is so many different flavours within the range

    • Making loose leaf tea is quite therapeutic isn’t it, I love the ritual of it. The flavours are great aren’t they!

  3. Ironically I didn’t really get in to tea until we left the UK, then I found myself craving it, but you couldn’t find any decent stuff in the super markets so I had to go to expensive shops and buy it loose. Then I wondered why I didn’t ever drink it before. I need to look out for Adagio, it looks lovely! πŸ™‚

    • Oh no! I’ve always been a tea fiend, couldn’t live somewhere where I can’t get it easily. It is lovely, hopefully you can get hold of it where you’re living now πŸ™‚

    • The pumpkin chai is SO good! Debating stocking up in case it’s only around for the Autumn months x

    • As long as you have the right things its really easy to use, not much more time consuming than regular tea bags.

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