Autumn Mist Inexperienced/Adagio Teas

Photograph Credit score: Adagio Teas

Persevering with on our fall/spooky theme- I believed I’d strive a tea that I’ve fairly a bit of- Autumn Mist Inexperienced.  Autumn Mist Inexperienced tea is a mix of gunpowder inexperienced tea, dried apples, and creme brulee flavoring. As soon as I noticed that- I feel my pleasure gained over vs my pockets and I ordered the massive bag.

However since I took a little bit of a hiatus from tea, I hadn’t actually taken a second to benefit from the mix.  So over the weekend, I brewed up a pot to take pleasure in whereas watching just a few spooky motion pictures.

Brewed with water at 180 and allowed to steep for just a few minutes- this tea is a singular mix that I can’t actually say is what you’ll consider as a fall mix, however nonetheless, I actually loved it.

First sip in and you’re greeted with a sweetness that masks the smoky taste you often get from gunpowder inexperienced tea.  The sweetness jogs my memory of caramel greater than creme brulee however I’ll take it.  I do see the massive chunks of apple and what I’m assuming is cinnamon however these notes are usually not actually coming throughout.   I want they have been, this tea can be a sensational caramel apple tea.

I did do a second steeping and I truly loved this cuppa a bit higher.  The flavoring wasn’t as sturdy and the gunpowder notes have been coming in a bit stronger. I nonetheless didn’t get any of the apple notes however the cinnamon did pop a bit extra.

I’m planning a correct chilly brew for this mix and I’m excited to see the way it seems.

All in all, an incredible tea if you’re on the lookout for an alternative choice to the standard chais or pumpkin flavored teas you often see through the fall.

Need to Know Extra About This Tea?

Leaf Sort:  Inexperienced Tea

The place to Purchase:  Adagio Teas


Autumn is a season of transition. For a lot of, it marks the top of summer season break and the beginning of the college 12 months, for others a transition from shorts and tank tops to heat sweaters and blankets. It’s when the leaves begin to change colours and when farmers swap from the rising season to reap. For a lot of tea drinkers, it additionally marks the shift from iced teas to sizzling, from tall, cool glasses to steaming, palm-warming mugs. So refill your thermos, put in your finest flannel, and prepare to fall for fall. It’s tea time, y’all.

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