Searching for Adiago's strongest black tea

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Searching for Adiago's strongest black tea

by DragonPriestess » Oct 28th 22 5:19 pm

I am looking for a tea in Adagio's catalogue that meets my requirements for a good, heavy-hitting black tea for daily drinking. I'm looking for the fullest, heaviest, strongest tea available. One that can handle at least a tbsp. of milk.

Perhaps something similar to Harney's 'Scottish Morn' which is their strongest blend. But I don't want to shop there anymore, because I find the quality of their flavoured teas to be lacking.

Anyone have suggestions?

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Re: Searching for Adiago's strongest black tea

by Bridgette » Oct 31st 22 2:10 pm

DragonPriestess wrote: I am looking for a tea in Adagio's catalogue that meets my requirements for a good, heavy-hitting black tea for daily drinking. I'm looking for the fullest, heaviest, strongest tea available. One that can handle at least a tbsp. of milk.

Perhaps something similar to Harney's 'Scottish Morn' which is their strongest blend. But I don't want to shop there anymore, because I find the quality of their flavoured teas to be lacking.

Anyone have suggestions?
I'd recommend Scottish Breakfast: https://www.adagio.com/black/scottish_breakfast.html

A very delicious tea that can be brewed strong for a rich flavor. Goes well with milk and sugar as well.
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