Adagio Teas Review

Tea time! Growing up some of my fondest memories were of tea parties with Grandma Cottage or as we called her back then Gammy. We would dress up in beautiful dresses and big hats with our best costume jewelry and plastic high heels and drink from pretty cups. I will forever treasure those memories. So when we were approached by Adagio Teas to do a review I have to say we were ecstatic!

In the words of C.S. Lewis,

“You can never find a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.”


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Over the last view weeks we have been trying out their teas, and I have to say we have not been disappointed. We have had so much fun brewing and trying these teas- and having tea parties. We also discovered that some of them taste amazing iced- stay tuned for recipes!

Our favorites so far have been Watermelon Cooler, Cha Cha, Calypso Green and Rooibos Cinnamon Apple.

Did you catch our unboxing video? If not you can catch it below!

Their teas are packed with delicious flavor, that dance through your mouth. Many of these we never would have thought of but will now be permanent tastes around the Cottage. Check out our frappuccino recipe below!

— RosevineCottageGirls (@RoseCottageGirl) May 18, 2017


Summer Watermelon Frappuccino

2 Cups of Ice
1 Cup Watermelon Cooler Tea Chilled
1/3 Cup Coconut Milk
1/4 Cup Heavy Whipping Cream (optional)
10 Drops Liquid Stevia
Place all ingridents in blender. Blend. Pour into favorite mug and top with a sprig of mint.

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