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Black Tea, Natural Almond Flavor, Natural Caramel Flavor, Natural Vanilla Flavor
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From Adagio Teas Custom Blends

Vanilla, caramel and almond black teas brew up nicely for this Halloween favorite. Add sweetener for candy corn perfection, or just enjoy the subtle sweetness the teas provide plain.

For fun – and an extra kick! – melt a piece of candy corn or two instead of plain old boring sugar. Happy Halloween!

Created by: Carolynne Keenan

Ingredients: black tea, natural caramel flavor, natural vanilla flavor & natural almond flavor

Steeping Instructions: Steep at 212° for 3 minutes.

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No rating as this is one of my own custom blends at Adagio. By next year it will be a Keen Tea Thyme blend, completely of my own creation. But until then, you gotta get it through Adagio or in one of my custom sampler packs:

But as for the review – I love the combo of vanilla, caramel and almond and other than that annoying Adagio black tea taste, I think this is decent (entirely self-serving, apologies).

I usually drink my tea plain – no sweetener – but I like adding honey to this to enhance the flavor. Works well; reminds me of the “good” candy corn – Brach’s, made with honey.

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

get rid of adagios black base and i might think about this one, as such i’ll never order from them until it changes heh too many blah samples that i’ve tried . sounds really good though


Noted! Thanks! :)

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“Ms Keen” herself sent me some of this and it’s pretty good! There is a nice stereotypical-Adagio black tea base but there certainly IS a Candy Corn likeness, to it! It’s subtle but I appreciate that as I am not generally-speaking a fan of Candy Corn…but…I AM a fan of this flavored black tea! Thanks girl!


YUM. My husband got all culinary and tried making candy corn cookies by smooshing them into slice-and-bake peanut butter cookie dough. They stuck a little, but man, oh man … ! (We may try it again with a little baking parchment underneath.)


Sorry I missed this review! I’m not liking the black tea base of Adagio, especially as of late. I’m going to start blending more of my own teas (like Toasted Marshmallow) and I’ve been thinking about this one as well.

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The flavor is subtle and I’m not sure the it works as a hot liquid, but it actually tastes like candy corn. What witchcraft is this?!

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