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Festive Giveaway with Adagio Teas – Premium Gourmet Tea

November 25, 2017 22 comments

Festive Giveaway with Adagio Teas – Premium Gourmet Tea

Long time readers of Vivre Le Rêve will know of my love for tea, especially really good quality tea. That’s why when I came across Adagio, I knew we had to feature them here. What really sets them apart is that their hand-picked teas are sourced directly from origin. They are extremely high quality and nothing like what you might get on the high street, these are all premium full leaf. They have a wide range of unique products, a huge variety of tea blends, flavoured matcha, iced-tea pouches, teapots and infusers.

Firstly, I absolutely love the personaliTEA red teapot infuser. You can enjoy loose leaf tea anytime with this elegantly simple red ceramic teapot. 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. It’s also dishwasher safe.

And if you’re not sure where to start when it comes to their huge selection of loose leaf tea. I suggest you get the holiday cheer selection box. This holiday tea assortment is a great way to introduce someone to superior teas, whilst still offering the convenience of teabags. It includes six varieties of gourmet teabags containing the same high quality full-leaf teas they offer loose. Their pyramid shape gives leaves plenty of room to unfurl and fully infuse.

Looking for a unique stocking stuffer this Christmas? Or something to bring to the office to share with your coworkers to spread some holiday cheer? Check out Adagio’s affordable Holiday Sampler. This set includes 6 samples of their holiday teas – loose or in the form of 5 gourmet teabags. We think this is the perfect way to spread the love of tea this holiday season.

Personally, I think that their sampler boxes are amazing! So far I’ve tried the nut and spice teas, berries, chai teas, sweet tooth teas and Christmas teas. We think that these sampler selections offer incredible value because they allow you to try a range of flavours.

If you’re looking for a Christmas gift for a tea lover, I think that this Spice Jubilee selection is fab. This gourmet tea collection includes premium black tea from Sri Lanka flavoured with fresh cranberries, spicy pumpkin and minty candy canes. Artfully created and beautifully packaged, these teas are sure to warm and delight through the holiday season and beyond.

And lastly, we’ve been working our way through what is an incredible range of loose leaf blends. These are like no other tea I’ve ever tried. The flavour combinations are amazing, and you can taste each and every flavour note listed. Here’s the list we’ve been trying:

Rooibos Nutcracker: How suite it is! Limited-edition holiday herbal features rooibos with fruit, nuts, caramel, and cocoa. Smooth, rich flavours offer a natural sweetness and depth. This is the ideal blend to sip by the tree, on a snowy winter’s evening.

Yuletide Toddy: Let your heart be light! This herbal blend is a lovely duet of classic holiday flavours (cranberry and orange) with the added sparkle of cinnamon spice. Bright and festive, tangy yet sweet.

Pu Erh Hazelberry: Sweet Pu Erh tea with strawberry and hazelnut. This blend combines fruit and nut with an earthy smoothness of rich Puer tea. A hint of cream adds a soft, dreamy note to the sweet tea and smoothens out the earthiness. This is a sweeter Pu’er which is perfect for those new to this style of tea.

Earl Grey Moonlight: Your senses will swoon at the first sip of this Earl Grey cream blend. Vanilla and cream combine to soften the bergamot citrus notes of this traditional black tea. Earl Grey Moonlight is perfect for afternoon tea, pair this black tea with cupcakes for a delightful tea party.

Christmas: Christmas black tea combines bright, tangy Ceylon tea with warm cinnamon, pungent cloves and orange peels. And don’t be fooled by the seasonal name: this is a treat worthy of year-round enjoyment. Spicy and fresh aroma, outdoorsy and cozy, with a balanced tangy flavour and slightly sweet finish.

Chocolate: While the greatest chocolates may come from Belgium, the best chocolate tea undoubtedly comes from Adagio Teas. Their fine Chocolate black tea starts with the bright, full qualities of Ceylon black tea, infused with the natural flavour of rich dark chocolate. Very smooth, clean and liquid texture, much like a chocolate liquor, rather than cocoa powder. The balanced astringency of the Ceylon acts to brighten the chocolate flavour. This Chocolate black tea is both decadent and divine.

Cinnamon: A combination of spicy cinnamon with bright, full Ceylon black tea. Very warm and high cinnamon flavour, with a clean, richly aromatic freshness. Spicy, crisp finish. Great blended with other teas, too!

Turmeric Bliss:Bright and sunny, their turmeric tea has the fruity, sweet taste of juicy mangoes and the zest of aromatic oranges. The fruitiness balances the earthiness of the turmeric, widely popular for its health benefits, while ginger and peppercorn enliven your senses.

And the best bit? The lovely people over at Adagio Teas are offering our readers the chance to win a pretty red teapot with matching mugs plus a range of teas, including their new Christmas Sampler, Chai Sampler, Berries Sampler, Nut & Spice Sampler and Sweet Tooth Sampler. A great range for beginners or experts in tea drinking! Just enter via the rafflecopter below. Good luck!

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Thank you to all of you that entered, the winner has been contacted directly so be sure to check your inbox!

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22 Comments

  1. Right now I am drinking lemon and ginger as I have succumbed to my partners “man flu ” but I enjoy all strong flavoured teas and there are so many lovely new blends to try.

  2. I really don’t like the taste of tea. I like rosehip and hibiscus herbal infusion. But my daughter really loves all sorts of tea, from green tea to black fuit teas, so I’m entering hoping to win for her.

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