Depending on what flavors you like, there are endless possibilities with Adagio signature blends. I tend to personally like the flavored whites very much... the greens, not so much.
I also tend to like a flavored tea mixed with an unflavored tea... so the flavor is light and just a hint, rather than overwhelming or artificial-tasting. As an example, I really love a blend called "Twilight - Jacob's Tears"
... mixing white cucumber, white peach, and white peony (an unflavored white). I enjoy the blend more than I enjoy white cucumber or white peach alone... because they complement one another and because the flavor and fragrance are more subtle after being mixed with the unflavored white peony.
Another great option for flavored teas with Adagio is to use an unflavored tea as a base, and a fruit or herbal tisane for your flavor... there are several fruity tisanes (raspberry, blood orange, strawberry, cherry, etc.) and some herbals like peppermint, spearmint, and chamomile. If you prefer more natural flavors, this is a good method. I have a blend called Tequila Sunrise
which contains unflavored white peony, alittle white tropics, and the primary flavor comes from blood orange. I've made several mint blends too... A Minty Fresh Monkey
is a blend of white monkey green tea, with natural spearmint and peppermint leaves... a great twist on traditional Morrocan Mint (I don't care for gunpowder green). I always think you can't go wrong with aliittle mint in your tea.
Trying someone else's blends, or experiment with making some of your own, is a great way to explore flavored teas.
Oh, and the coconut pouchong is really delicious if you like coconut... and I tend to mix it with unflavored pouchong at home. Mmmm.
Just some ideas...you'll figure out what, if any, flavored teas you really enjoy.