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Assam Melody, Black Tea, Blue Cornflowers, Ceylon Sonata, Natural Bergamot Oil, Orange
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From Adagio Custom Blends

Red Dragon is a delicious blend of black teas: Irish Breakfast, Ceylon Sonata and Earl Grey Bravo.

Created by: Inguna Trepsa

Ingredients: assam melody tea, ceylon sonata tea, black tea, orange, natural bergamot flavor & blue cornflowers

Steeping Instructions: Steep at 212° for 3 minutes.

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I just got this tea tonight thanks to Erin. I am so excited because irish breakfast and earl grey are my two most favorite black teas. The smell out of this canister is amazing and just what you would expect: mix between earl grey and irish breakfast. I was pleased that I could pick out the distinct amount of bergamot (If you have read my other tasting notes, you know that I am in love with lots and lots of bergamot). I steeped this blend for 3 minutes and the wait was almost too much to take.

YUM!! I think this is my new favorite tea, it is a perfect blend between the irish breakfast and the earl grey and you can pick out the individual notes of each tea as well as appreciate the lovely combination of all the flavors. It was amazing with brown sugar and milk. So good, in fact, that this tea should be considered an illegal substance.

Once again, thanks Erin for sending me a good amount of this, I have a feeling that it won’t last long!! I think the rating is going to surpass my beloved MateVana…..

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Hooray! I’m SO glad you like it! Knowing that I sent you your new favorite tea has made my day!


It made my day a million times better, I was bummed earlier because I took a nap and of course my alarm didn’t go off and I slept through one of my grad school classes. I hate missing class and I was disappointed in myself. But the tea makes it all better. (Luckily the syllabus does not mention attendance being factoring into grading, so hopefully it will be fine). Thanks again!!


You are giving me a blending idea – I have some irish breakast and earl grey in my cupboard…

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Good Morning! This may be my perfect morning cup… Or at least the best one I have found so far.

If you have read my other tasting notes, you know that Ceylon Sonata has been my typical wake up cup of tea. I typically have liked Earl Grey’s but many that I have tried have too much bergamot for my taste. This has enough to give the tea a great nose and the black tea comes through with the proper amount of “this is tea, stupid” to assault my tongue after the bergamot taste fades.

A half awake man driving to work, I stick my nose near my cup, breathe in and smile… the traffic fades away, the thoughts of the coming work day fade away, and I am in the moment, focusing on the coming tastes on my tongue.

This is a blend of Ceylon Sonata, Irish Breakfast and Earl Grey from Adagio. Considering that you can’t buy a sample of a “blend” it is daunting to actually order this without somehow trying it first (Even with the small bag, you do get quite a lot of tea). It seems to hold out for two steeps, but the second is definitely weaker than the first. I typically steep for 4 minutes the first and 4:30 for the second, since the second is weaker and I haven’t gotten any bad tastes yet from the second, I will increase my second steeping this morning to 5 or maybe even 5:30 to see what happens.

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A good breakfast blend. I added milk and rock sugar crystals.

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Full-bodied, slightly tart. Really great to bring to morning classes because the taste alone keeps you alert.

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