Anteadote Organic Oolong Tea .Adagio Teas

December 28, 2007 at 5:39 pm | Posted in Green oolong, Oolong Tea, RTD Bottled Tea, Tea Reviews | 3 Comments

Adagio Teas (review) 2$/ea or 24$/case of 15 + s&h, sometimes also found at Whole Foods.
Anteadote Black, Oolong, Green, White, Jasmine.

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Package: Product of China. no “organic” wording on this one… nice 🙂 the label is really crooked, rotated on a corner… (if its the chinese packing plant, they should slap them around with a large trout.)

Liquor: golden-yellow meaning i hope tea is oxidated & most likely not much preservatives.

Smell: faint flowery! 🙂

Taste: Hot DAMN! flowery oolong tastes !!! good job Adagio 🙂 havent tasted any bottled tea like it yet. Flowery oolong ! nice ! (its no way like drinking fresh brewed oolong, i’m comparing to other bottled teas.) Not much astringency/doesnt bother/overwhelm.

Faint aftertaste, but doesn’t feel completely watery, some remnants on tongue and back of throat but again, faint.

Overall: taste is medium but good flavor, i like it. if found in market i’d buy it.



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  1. Maybe I am picky but I never tried bottled oolong tea. Ive only had fresh brewed Oolong Tea. Bottled doesn’t interest me.

  2. there is so much crap out there, and none taste as good as fresh brewed tea.
    maybe the good stuff doesn’t endup in the USA…?

  3. hi..

    I never tried this variety of oolong tea but I prefer to take cinnamon orange oolong tea, but surely dieing to try it once. Thanks for the info.

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