Chew-brew from Adagio Teas (Signature Blend)

chewbrewTea Information:

Leaf Type:  Red Rooibos/Mate

Where to Buy: Adagio Teas

Tea Description:

Warm and fuzzy or strong and bold? Either way Chewy always has your back.

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

So lets start this off with saying I am a huge science fiction/fantasy/horror nerd.  The horror genre is my favorite but after having kids you learn that watching a good ol fashioned movie like Halloween or Aliens doesn’t fit into your schedule.  I learned to adjust and started watching more science fiction movies with my kids.  My boys love Star Wars.  Especially my nine year old.  It does a mama proud when you hear your son arguing Star Wars with another adult.  Telling them that the best three are 4,5,6 and naming them correctly.  Heart Swells. . .Sigh.

Anyway. . .Today is May the 4th.  So let me say to all “May the 4th Be With You”.  I had this idea to do a Star Wars inspired tea and ran it by liberteas.  Thought it might be fun. So I picked up a tea that I had in my stash for today.  One of my favorite characters is Chewbacca.  I mean, how can you not just fall in love with him? He is just awesome from the very first time you see him on screen.  From the noises and the amazing job done by Peter Mayhew, this character steals the show.

The tea I picked for this awesome day was Chew-Brew by Adagio Teas.  I am going 100% outside my comfort zone with this one.  The artwork is just awesome so I couldn’t resist.  This has the dreaded red rooibos in it.  Ugh.  But I knew that.  Again, the artwork gets me every time with these fandom blends.  Brewed this one up at work so I just used the water spout on the coffee, threw the tea in my teapot, brewed for 5 minutes and poured the brew over ice.

While this was brewing, you could smell the hazelnut and almond flavors.  It was an almost overwhelming smell.  Not bad, but just a bit much for me this morning.  As I took my first sip, cringing and waiting for that first hint of red rooibos to overtake the cup, I was 100% surprised.  I do not taste the red rooibos at all in this blend!!! How can that be?? I almost did a little dance at work but thought better of it.

As I continued to drink my iced tea, I picked up all of the nutty flavors listed.  The almond, the hazelnut, and the mocha nut flavors.  I do really enjoy Adagio’s Mocha Nut Mate.  It has this rich roasted nutty flavor that I adore and I can pick it up in this and it is amazing iced.  The honeybush hazelnut provides a creamy touch.  This would be a nut lovers dream tea.  The whole tea has a flavor profile of rich nuttiness that I can’t say I’ve had too many other times.

I can’t say that I would drink this one again even though I really enjoyed it.  I am just not a huge hazelnut fan.  The red rooibos almond must be a very small percentage of this blend.  So for people like me that really don’t like it, there is still hope for us.

There really is only one way to end this review. . . . . May the 4th be with you. . . . . .

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I am a late 30s something mom who loves her family, will be getting married to a wonderful guy and has 4 kids (2 mine-2 his).We have a beautiful life together and I wouldn't change a thing.

Tea is a passion that quickly turned into an obsession, very similar to my love for polka dots, the horror genre, and anything that is geeky and fun.I drink all kinds of tea and will try a tea twice to make sure I didn't bumble the first infusion.

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