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Review: Adagio Teas

If you’re looking for a new tea brand to try, you need to check out Adagio Teas. Their loose leaf teas are amongst the best I’ve tried… even better than my previous favourite – Tea Pigs!

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Adagio’s hand picked teas, which of course are gluten free, are sourced directly from origin and come in a range of flavours to suit any taste or occasion. I tried a few of their recommended blends, including Earl Grey Moonlight, Caramel, Blood Orange herbal tea and Green Coco Mint tea.

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My favourite was, beyond a doubt, the delicious Earl Grey Moonlight. I fear I am now addicted to the stuff. Comforting flavours of vanilla and cream combine to soften the citrus notes of traditional Earl Grey. It’s actually incredibly creamy but not sweet. So tasty!

I also discovered an amazing invention any tea lover needs! The IngenuiTEA teapot (£16) is the most convenient device for brewing loose leaf tea – take that from a lazy tea bag loving person!

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All you do is add leaves, pour hot water and let them steep. When ready, simply place it atop your cup. This will cause a valve at the bottom to release: crystal-clear tea flows down, while the mesh filter retains all the tea leaves. The tea brewer is also super easy to clean – just rinse it out with water or pop it into the dishwasher. I’m wondering how I got along without one! IngenuiTEA is BPA-free and fits all cups up to 9.5cm in diameter. You can buy one here.

You can see the full Adagio range and order online on their website, give them a try I say!

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