Foodie Friday: 5 Teas To Cosy Up To This Autumn with Adagio Teas

Friday 20 October 2017

5 Teas To Cosy Up To This Autumn with Adagio Teas
The nights are drawing in and it's getting colder by the day, so now is the perfect time to stock up on some delicious new tea blends to see you through Autumn and beyond. Put the kettle on, hop on the sofa and snuggle up to these loose leaf beauties from Adagio Teas

Adagio Teas Pu erh Hazelberry
 Adagio Teas Pu erh Hazelberry* (prices from £2, link

If you like the idea of a tea that tastes of strawberries, chocolate and hazelnuts, Pu erh Hazelberry is the blend for you and it's one the tastiest teas I've had the pleasure of trying all year! At the base is an earthy, strong Pu erh tea, which is combined with flavours of fruity Strawberries, chocolatey Cocoa Nibs, and delicate hints of Creme and Hazelnuts. It's a wonderfully comforting sweet tea that you'll always want to have a plentiful supply of in the cupboard.

 Adagio Teas Oriental Spice
 Adagio Teas Oriental Spice* (prices from £2, link

Spicy teas really come into their own during the colder months, and this Indian spiced Black Tea is an interesting variety of different flavours. Oriental Spice features Ceylon black tea at its core, and this is blended with Orange Peels, Cinnamon Bark, Ginger Root, Cardamon and Cloves. The overall spicy notes work very well with the citrusy element which comes through from the Orange Peels, resulting in a fresh and spicy tea with a relatively dry aftertaste.

 Adagio Teas Earl Grey Moonlight
 Adagio Teas Earl Grey Moonlight* (prices from £2, link)

Earl Grey is a household favourite, but I've always found it a little boring taste-wise on its own, which is perhaps why I enjoyed this unusual blend so much. This version called Earl Grey Moonlight features a classic Earl Grey flavour with a distinctive twist, thanks to the addition of Orange Peels, Blue Cornflowers and hints of natural Vanilla, Bergamot and Creme flavours. The result is a much more fragrant, smooth and creamy Earl Grey that can be enjoyed at any time of the day for a relaxing cuppa.

Adagio Teas Black Dragon Pearls
 Adagio Teas Black Dragon Pearls* (prices from £3.75, link)

I've always been fascinated by Dragon Pearl Tea because these tight, hand-rolled 'pearls' of high-quality leaves and buds are so beautiful to look at, so I'm thrilled to finally experience what they taste like. Adagio's black tea version, Black Dragon Pearls, have an earthy, traditional black tea flavour with delicious chocolatey notes. It's smooth, strong and seriously addictive - the ideal tea to kickstart your day with!

Adagio Teas Pumpkin Spice
Adagio Teas Pumpkin Spice* (prices from £1.50, link)

No Autumnal tea feature would be complete without the obligatory Pumpkin Spice blend, and this one is sure to delight anyone who adores this Halloween favourite, as well as Chai Tea lovers. The strong black tea base is livened up with natural Pumpkin Spice flavour, Cinnamon Bark, Ginger Root, Cloves, Marigold Flowers and Cardamon. It's blissfully comforting and not too sweet - the ideal tea base for your homemade Pumpkin Spice Lattes - who needs coffee anyway?!

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What are your favourite teas for Autumn?

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