2008 Jul 9

Adagio Tea

Posted in food, shopping

I just purchased this starter set from Adagio Teas…it comes with a 16oz teapot infuser, 4 tea samples in little tin boxes, and the “A Guide to Tea” book. I’m in my tea phase at the moment, ever since I went to this afternoon tea place and I saw them using this very same teapot infuser. I didn’t know much about loose leaf teas, but apparently they’re much better than the tea bag kind which has all kinds of dust. The thing that makes this teapot infuser so awesome is shown in this demonstration video. So the infuser steeps your tea, then just put it over your cup and dispense! The infuser has a filter that retains all the leaves, so you’re left with a nice cup of leaf-free tea. It’s easy to make ice tea with it too, just put ice in a glass and dispense and wa-la you have iced tea! I chose the herbal tea selection for my starter set, which comes with blood orange, chamomile, rooibos, and spearmint. If any of you would like a $5 off any Adagio Tea purchase feel free to enter your e-mail address in the box and I’ll be happy to send a coupon your way. And stay tuned for my Adagio Tea starter set review!

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  1. Susie said,

    July 25, 2008 8:23 pm

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  2. Kalev said,

    November 14, 2015 10:58 pm

    Mesh Tea Ball Review, May 30, 2011Bya0 Amazon Verified Purchase() This review is from: Norpro 5503 Stainless Steel Mesh Tea Ball In The poucrdt was exactly as described it holds enough of my leaves to make a 2 qt pot of tea and easy to open/close/clean. I hook it on the lip of my tea kettle and let steep for a bit and ready! Love it just what I wanted.Help other customers find the most helpful reviewsa0Was this review helpful to you?a0 | a0

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