In the wake of the 2011 World Tea Expo I came across a series of accessories which make it simple to brew your tea. A couple of these have been around a few years, such as Adagio Teas’ ingenuiTEA. However, with new entrants to this area of tea making fun there’s a need for a product SHOOTOUT!
Aged Pumpkin Rum Pu’erh (Tea-Guy / Adagio Teas)
Adagio Teas has this neat feature on their website they call “Signature Blends.” With this, you can select the ingredients you want in your own custom tea, and even provide a label image for them to use on the packaging. I put together several mediocre teas before I created this wonderful Aged Pumpkin Rum Pu’erh.
Dongshan Dolce (Adagio Teas)
This light Chinese green tea from Adagio offers plenty of vegetal freshness with a hint of butter glazed toast and the most minute foreshadow of lemony pucker.
News: Adagio posts third “Roots Campaign” story
There have been some really exciting developments in tea over the past couple decades. However, they’ve mostly been with technology or flavors. Adagio’s new “Roots Campaign” plays closer to my heart. This third installment is wonderful!
News: Adagio posts second “Roots Campaign” story
There have been some really exciting developments in tea over the past couple decades. However, they’ve mostly been with technology or flavors. Adagio’s new “Roots Campaign” plays closer to my heart. This second installment is wonderful!
Ceylon Sonata (Adagio Teas)
Lots of companies offer black teas. They’re the most traditional and recognized kind of tea. More recently companies have been offering black teas from different countries. This Sri Lankan blend from Adagio is a nice relaxing brew.
Keemun Rhapsody (Adagio Teas)
There are some really great black teas out there. Some very robust. Some smoky. Some earthy. This Keemun blend from Adagio is a fantastic every day brew.
Golden Spring (Adagio)
Adagio is good at a lot of things. They engage well with their online consumers. They use the internet to their advantage as no other tea brand does. They also find good tea to market! Golden Spring is one of my favorites from them, and I think you’ll agree, it’s very tasty!
Recap No. 2: World Tea Expo 2009
Last week, I covered my first day at the 2009 World Tea Expo held in Las Vegas. This week you get to hear about the rest of my trip. I won’t name names… but I met some really fantastic people at this year’s expo…
Recap No. 1: World Tea Expo 2009
It’s been a week since the end of the World Tea Expo in Las Vegas and I’m still a little heady from the experience. Here’s a recap of my time at the Expo and my takeaway from the event.