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Black Fruit Blend
Black Tea, Natural Tangerine Flavor, Tangerine
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From Adagio Teas - Discontinued

Picture yourself on a boat on a river with Tangerine tea and, well, that’s all you’ll need! For a relaxing afternoon retreat, there is simply no better treat than Adagio’s delicious Tangerine tea. Combining the sweetly citrus flavor of tangerines with the bright, full taste of premium Ceylon black tea, you’re sure to see diamonds in the sky!

Ingredients: Black tea, tangerine peel, natural tangerine flavor

Steeping Instructions: Steep at 212° for 3 minutes.

This tea is discontinued.

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2036 tasting notes

The last of the Flavored sampler. And not a good one in my book.

Somehow, there’s a sort of bamboo/rattan smell to it that is rather strong. It’s a smell I associate with going into Pier 1 imports or maybe the current day equivalent, Cost Plus World Market, that is full of bamboo and rattan goods. Only it’s as though they were damp and a little musty.

The more I dwell on the damp and musty bamboo/rattan, the more I start to get musty wet sawdust which translates into rodent cage.

It’s not that there isn’t a hint of tangerine. It’s in there somewhere. But these other more negative aromas and tastes are too distracting to enable me to focus on the part that’s decent.

Ugh. I’ll continue to experiment, but so far, not a success.

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I’ll avoid that one!


Damp and Musty are definite no-no’s when it comes to tea! It sounds like old, forgottten attic tea!

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4843 tasting notes

I’m finishing the last of this sample that I procured from Adagio. I think that this may just be the best cup of this yet! The aroma is nice – strong black tea, but a nice lingering essence of the citrus as well.

The flavor is that of a strong black tea. Adagio uses a Ceylon unlike any other that I’ve encountered – most Ceylons tend to possess a smooth, mild character but this is much more robust, with hints of a somewhat smoky character, and even a little malt. Not a bad thing – just different.

The flavor of the tangerine still competes a bit with the strength of the tea base, but, as I drink it, the flavor develops. A pleasant sweetness, very nice!

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We use this for ice tea. Very nice.

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