Tea: Chestnut Tea

A Flavored Black Tea from Adagio Teas

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Brand:Adagio Teas
Style:Flavored Black Tea
# Ratings:5 View All
Product page:Chestnut Tea

Review of Chestnut Tea

8 of 104 of 54 of 580 of 100
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This tea had the most buttery and sugary and nutty aroma. These were the things that popped into my head: burnt sugar. Creme Brule. Multi-grain pancakes (smothered in butter and warm syrup, of course). Notice how none of those say “chestnut”? That's because I've never had a chestnut, so I can't say whether or not this type of tea lives up to its name.

Only after I brewed the tea did I really notice the black tea. It was full-bodied, but it wasn’t overpowering. The buttery and nuttiness of the chestnut flavor only showed up as a delightful aftertaste.

I drank my tea without sugar or milk. It really doesn’t need it. But, I bet a dash of milk and sugar would turn Adagio’s Chestnut Tea into a nice dessert tea.

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