Tea is great. I love tea, pretty much any tea is good with me. I’ve found it hard to find one I don’t like. So, I was more than pleased when Adagio offered to send me some tea to try and some to give away two one of you lucky folk. You can enter at the bottom after my rambling!

Adagio make beautifully blended loose teas that are full of flavour. They are hand-picked, sourced from the origin where they work directly with the farmers in their native countries. Working with the farmers allows them to get the best ingredients, with full-leaf teas – not your average tea leaf dust!

Some of my favorites so far are nearly everything in the Pillow Time box (think chamomile, mint, vanilla rooibos and so much more) and the happy belly tea which is blended with Pu Erh and ginger root, senna leaf and the natural sweetness of our anise and licorice.

I definitely am a green tea kind of girl, but I’ve tried so many different ones I’m not actually sure which is my favourite now. Actually, as I’m saying this – their peppermint needs a shutout. Full-leaves, full-flavour and absolutely perfect! Can’t rate it enough.

I also tried some of their new spring blends, Berry Crème Compote and Butterscotch. Both are totally vegan, with no added sugar and all natural! The Berry Crème is a nice fruity blend which is also decaf, making it ideal for a late-night cuppa. The butterscotch blend smells delicious and I love sweet things!

What I like about these teas is the variety of choice, from traditional tea blends to fruity, tropical and good for you teas. I also have to say, I do think loose teas give you a much stronger and more satisfying flavour! I think some people may avoid it due to the fuss but Adagio have really got your covered.

These two items I’m almost more excited to talk about than the tea! The IngeniTEa 2 device is a handy little pot you can brew your loose tea in. Then, when you’re ready you can pop it on top of your mug and the pressure will strain the tea into the cup – simple!


Even more ingenious are the paper filter tea bags. They’re essentially a make your own teabag so you can take your loose tea on the road, put it in the tea bag and brew it like any other tea. I’ve used these a few times now and am going to have to get my hands on a few more. Such a good but simple idea!

 Any way, if you like the sound of all this. Enter the giveaway below to win IngenuiTEA 2 device plus a range 5 sampler sets which should make up to 200 cups of tea! It’s the perfect way to try something new, find your favourites and experiment! A winner will be chosen on the 26th of April.

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Sarah x