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Cranberry, Creamy, Orange, Vanilla
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  • “Sipdown!! This tea was just ok, orangy, creamy, with a hint of cranberry and vanilla. I do like a strong cup of tea, and when I brew this strong, it has a slightly burnt taste. As a dessert tea, it...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Candy Corn is a Halloween classic so how could I resist picking up a Candy Corn tea for this October!? Let me tell you a secret though; when it comes to actual candy corn it’s not a flavour that I...” Read full tasting note

From Adagio Teas Custom Blends

Adagio Signature Blend by Woodie Barns McWhirter.

Candy Corn dessert tea is perfect for the fall holiday seasons. I gave this tea a tea-lift (10-01-18) and its amazing :)

Blended With Black Tea, Honeybush Tea, Orange, Natural Creme Flavor, Natural Caramel Flavor & Natural Orange Flavor

Teas: Honeybush Orange, Caramel, Cream
Accented With Orange Peels

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Sipdown!!
This tea was just ok, orangy, creamy, with a hint of cranberry and vanilla. I do like a strong cup of tea, and when I brew this strong, it has a slightly burnt taste. As a dessert tea, it was adequate, but not so yummy that I’ll be purchasing again.

Flavors: Cranberry, Creamy, Orange, Vanilla

gmathis

I never would have associated candy corn with cranberry, but it doesn’t sound bad!

Michelle

Might be worth a try around Halloween :)

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Candy Corn is a Halloween classic so how could I resist picking up a Candy Corn tea for this October!? Let me tell you a secret though; when it comes to actual candy corn it’s not a flavour that I enjoy…

It’s a testament to the power/influence of it as a Halloween icon though because I see basically any Candy Corn inspired thing other than real Candy Corn and I immediately want to buy it because motherfucking Halloween! Shockingly, there are probably a DOZEN different Candy Corn inspired tea blends on Adagio so I had a lot of range to pick from. I chose then one that had the most appealing to me flavour composition and not the one I thought was most accurate to actual Candy Corn, which is basically just a mix of fondant/icing that tastes like pure sugar. No thanks…

So this is essentially caramel/orange/cream with black tea and honeybush. I guess I have seen cream and caramel flavour candy corn so it’s not totally off base in the interpretation of the flavour – but orange seems more out there and I would guess is only included because of the actual colour of candy corn. I’m okay with that, though!

The taste is straight forward – literally all of the flavours I just mentioned are represented, including a malty backbone from the black tea and that sweet and nutty flavour of honeybush that is so distinct. I would say the strongest flavours are orange, cream, and honeybush. It loosely reminds me of Candy Corn, but whether it’s accurate or not isn’t really the goal that I wanted from this cup – the important thing is that it tastes good, and it does. I find it a little thin, and the caramel could be better but I enjoy the orange and cream combo a lot – and I get the FUN of Candy Corn for Halloween which is exactly what I wanted.

I also drank this while watching Simpson’s Treehouse of Horror episodes which was a massively fun and nostalgic Halloween evening activity that only made the tea that much better!

Cameron B.

BLECK, candy corn! I’m glad the tea didn’t taste like it! ;)

Mastress Alita

I often think I’m the only person that loves actual candy corn. :-) It is amazingly good mixed in a bowl with salty peanuts!

Roswell Strange

@Mastress Alita – I can actually totally see how it might work mixed with other flavours, like nuts. It’s just faaarrrr too much on its own imo.

Cameron B.

@Mastress Alita – You can’t be the only one, look how much of it they sell! Ugh, and those pumpkin-shaped ones… :P

Leafhopper

Candy corn and those pumpkin things just taste like sugar coated in plastic. Maybe that’s the appeal? Anyway, I’d rather stick to the mini chocolate bars.

tea-sipper

I like candy corn because sugar. :D

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