What’s better than one really good Autumn tea?
Well, four, of course.
Thanks to Adagio, that little crisp-fall-leaves dream can come true. Their Autumn Teas sampler includes four different loose leaf teas, each of which would be worth buying on their own. Here’s the list:
– My personal favorite from the pack, the Autumn Mist Green Tea. It’s just that darn good. It’s gunpowder green which is one of my personal favorite things in the history of ever. Then throw in some apple? Some rose? Some creme brulee? HOW CAN YOU NOT LOVE THIS? Whew.
– Bonfire, which is my husband’s favorite (seriously, he’s already made me order more which should get delivered this week). I don’t know how to say this except it’s absolutely like drinking a campfire. And I don’t know how I know that because I’m certain that’s an activity I’ve never partaken in.
But somehow, in my soul, I know this is what it tastes like. I can’t even go into what all is in this tea (like, there’s peppercorns, and cinnamon, and some cloves, and cocoa, and some apple, and some hazelnut flavor…), but just know that it all comes together to taste like….fire. And apparently that’s my husband’s thing. Who knew?
– Pumpkin spice, which almost everyone is crazy for this time of year, right? There’s some spice and cinnamon and ginger and cloves, oh my. I’d personally add a little sweetener or cream, but you don’t have to listen to me, I’m not your mom. (Unless Colton’s reading this, in which case I AM your momma and go to sleep, you’ve had a big day. And also, you’re 1, how are you reading this?!).
– Honeybush pumpkin chai, which is an herbal tea, so you can enjoy pumpkin spiciness any time of day. It also has cocoa nibs and safflower in there, along with some ginger and cardamom. Chai and spicy teas are my least favorites and no matter how hard I try to force it, that will never change, but if you like these teas (and tons of people do!), you’ll love the two pumpkin drinks included in the sampler.
Let me know your favorite from the pack (its the green tea, right? Thought so.) – and tell my husband to slow down on drinking the Bonfire because I’m not made of money.