My family are massive fans of herbal tea. My mother has always told me about the amazing benefits that herbal tea gives to your body! There are so many different kinds but overall they all have a meaning and a purpose. When I was living in Peru I used to religiously drink a Jazmin tea after my main meals (dinner and lunch). This helped me to digest my meals which is very important.
When I moved to the UK my habit changed a little bit as it is much more common to drink English Tea with a little bit of milk. Working in an office in Central London, I used to be asked very often if I fancied a cup of tea, so I guess then I slowly became a fan of this tea too as well as introducing myself to coffee. So my habits were changed slightly over the years but I knew I still missed a good herbal tea. That is why when Adagio Teas contacted me to try their different range of teas as well as their really cool teaware I, of course, said yes!
Adagio Teas kindly sent us a huge selection of different artisan teas! I was so impressed to find out how many different flavours you can get! They definitely have flavours that you wouldn’t imagine. They have a big range to choose from.
WHY IS ADAGIO TEAS DIFFERENT FROM OTHER SUPPLIERS?
What makes Adagio Teas different from other tea suppliers is that their hand-picked teas are sourced directly from origin, so they are brimming with nutrients with no added sugar and all-natural flavours. They are also vegan and gluten-free, any flavours are from essential oils and the traditional teas are pure leaves.
Not all of the teas are caffeinated, so they are perfect for little ones too. It’s a nice healthy alternative for everyone! They even have teas that taste of chocolate and lots of lovely fruity blends as well as the very traditional green teas, oolongs, and even matcha.
They also have unique teapots and special teabags for home-brewed iced tea which are perfect for spring. Right now they have brand new tea flavours for this season like Berry Crème Compote and Lemon Meringue!
SELECTION OF ADAGIO TEAS THAT WE RECEIVED
I was so impressed with the selection of teas we received. My mum loves fruity flavour teas and that is perhaps why I am a little bit fond of those flavours too. So when I was asked what flavours I would like to try, I immediately said fruity blends!
We got Jazmine teas, Orchard Oolong teas, Orchard white teas, Berrie teas, Orchard herbals, orchard green teas, herbal garden, Lemon Meringue green, white peach ice tea as well as paper tea filters. They specialise in premium loose leaf tea but you can also receive normal pyramid tea bags if you wish.
I have been trying some of the teas that we have received and I am surprised to say that my favourite so far is the vanilla flavour. I didn’t think it was going to be my choice but after my husband suggested this flavour as his favourite, I decided to give it a go too and I ended up loving it. My eldest daughter has tried a few of the decaffeinated fruity flavour teas and she has been very pleased with them too.
TEAPOT WITH INFUSER & MATCHING CUPS
I have never brewed loose leaf tea before so I was very excited about doing this myself at home. Thanks to their paper tea filters and teapot with infuser, we have been able to make the most delicious teas. It is so easy and quick to do. I never thought I was going to be a fan of loose leaf tea because I thought it would take too much time to get my tea done but I must admit that doing it this way the taste and flavour of the teas are even better!
They sent us a lovely and elegantly simple ceramic teapot in red (£12). It comes with a large infuser basket provides ample room for the leaves to unfurl, affording a fully infused, flavourful cup. The non-drip spout ensures your tea ends up in a cup and nowhere else. The teapot has a capacity of 600 ml which will make up to 3 cups.
They also sent us a matching set of 2 cups which have a capacity of 120 ml each (£7). It is also dishwasher safe. The good thing about this teapot is that when it is not in use it will still look wonderful in your kitchen, and i’m sure it will catch the attention of any guests you may have! 😉
PORCELAIN CUP AND INFUSER
We were also sent a porcelain cup and infuser so we can have a tea anywhere! This cup comes with a lid and a stainless steel infuser. We also got it in red but there are other colours to choose from too so you can perhaps match your own kitchen theme!
To prepare tea with this cup, you will need to place the leaves inside the infuser and fill the cup with hot water. When done, remove the infuser (the lid doubles as a coaster) and enjoy a perfect cup of tea wherever, and whenever the mood strikes. This is perfect to use at home or at your office.
This cup is also dishwasher safe and has a capacity of 350ml. Brewing your own tea can’t be easier with Adagio teas loose leaf teas and teaware range!
I am really impressed with Adagio Teas range and services. They seem to have pretty much every kind of tea that you could ever imagine from herbal tea to white tea and oolang tea and even iced tea for the summer weather among many others!
Their tea sampler boxes vary from £6 to £16 and they all contain four sealed pouches of different flavoured teas. You can make about ten cups with the loose leaf tea supplied. All their teas have a lovely taste and I really enjoyed brewing my own tea. It makes it even more special!
Do you like brewing your own tea? Are you a tea lover? What do you think of Adagio Teas selection of flavours as well as teaware? What is your favourite Adagio Tea?
*Disclosure: We received a lovely selection of artisan teas as well as a teapot set from Adagio Teas for the purpose of this review. I was also given the opportunity to do a Giveaway of a selection of Adagio Teas flavours and a teapot set to one of my readers. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
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amanda walsh says
I love a good cuppa tea, I really liked flavoured and herbal teas
Joanne benham says
I love tea, my favourite is Earl Grey brewed from loose tea in a teapot!,
Jason Tolliss says
I’m a real tea- totaler, love freshly brewed tea. The Adagio selection looks fantastic, never tried them but would love to.
Lorna Ledger says
I love tea! I have not got a infusion kit …yet. Love Adagio range, especially Matcha and Earl Grey
Carole Nott says
I usually drink regular tea in the morning – but would love to try a new flavour – great giveaway
Alison Price says
Love Jasmine. Tea when out for Chinese it cleanses my pallet and tastes so fresh
Emily Smith says
I love a good cup of tea especially first thing in the morning. I’ve never tried Adagio tea so I don’t have a favourite.
Susan B says
I drink mainly coffee but enjoy one cup of nice tea every day. I usually drink redbush but I like the look of the Adagio Orchard Green Teas.
Sandra Fortune says
I like good old fashioned black tea with milk but do like lemon and fruity teas . These look enticing thanks for the chance to win some
paula cheadle says
not tried any Adagio teas yet, but we love green and fruit flavoured teas
Susan Smith says
I am a huge Tea drinker always have been, never tried Adagio teas before and have to admit i had never heard of them before i read your blog, they do sound very nice and the tea ware is wonderful especcaily the Berries tea
JULIE WARD says
I love a normal this would be for my sister who has just started trying different teas,
Victoria Prince says
I didn’t get into tea until my late 20s, but now I am a massive tea lover! I love Adagio Teas selection of flavours, there is something for everyone. Not sure what my favourite is though
Charlie Brunton says
I definitely feel as though I’m late to the (tea) party as I’ve only just recently tried a tea other than English breakfast! I love the sound of the Adagio flavours, the berries blend would probably be my favourite as I’m a fruity fan!
Matthew sinton says
I’ve only tried Orchard Green Teas by Adagio Teas, but the rest of the range of flavours sound delicious, and their teaware looks so lovely. I’m a big tea drinker. I have one with breakfast, one when I get home from work, and who knows how many in between. I miss brewing my own tea, so the range from Adagio really appeals to me.
Danielle Dudley says
HUGE tea lover, every days starts of with a cuppa. I’ve tried the orchard green teas would love to try more of the range.
Jeanette Leighton says
I would love to win and brew some tea I only use tea bags currently just English breakfast tea so love to try some other ones
kIM w KIMWILLING2003@YAHOO.CO.UK says
I love fruit teas and peppermint tea, which settles the stomach.
Sheila Reeves @cakereev says
I love tea – currently enjoying a lemon and ginger combo which is very refreshing. Love the sound of the jasmine teas in this collection
CAROL PATRICK says
I love English Beakfast Tea, but I know I’d enjoy the Berries Teas. I would love to try them.
A S,Edinburgh says
Adagio Teas selection of flavours and teaware are amazing. They have something for just about anyone.
Natalie Crossan says
I love English Beakfast Tea, when I was a kid I used to think you weren’t allowed to drink it unless it was breakfast – oh dear! x
Craig Hindle says
Do you like brewing your own tea? Are you a tea lover? What do you think of Adagio Teas selection of flavours as well as teaware? What is your favourite Adagio Teas?
Answer 1: I like leaving my tea bags to brew as I like my tea fairly strong, but don’t generally brew from tea leaves yet as I haven’t the correct items to do so.
Answer 2: I love tea yes
Answer 3: I think the flavours and tea wear look superb and I’m yet to try them so hope I win.
Answer 4: I don’t have a favourite yet. As haven’t tried them. Sure I will have though when do.
Christine hindle says
I like browsing my own tea.
I love tea, it’s my favourite brew.
Haven’t tried adagio teas or teaware yet, therefore don’t have a favourite.
Fiona jk42 says
I love fruit teas and green tea but am not a fan of black tea – maybe something to do with my being lactose intolerant, so I’ve only been able to try to drink tea without milk. However, my husband loves tea and gets through several cups per day.