Friday, November 13, 2020

Adagio Teas Advent Calendars Review

Hello everyone! Hope you are doing well :-) It's been a little bit since I have posted. I couldn't pass up the opportunity to review the wonderful Advent calendars from Adagio teas! 

This year I received  two of their calendars to share with my readers in exchange for my honest review. 
It includes a large fold out box that is filled with a daily tea for one choice. Those are tea bags and not loose teas.

Next is a box filled with tins and they do offer a different loose tea each day. :-)

Here is a list of the included teas. I really like these tins as you can reuse them and even better they have strings to hang on your Christmas tree and remove each day.

         Here is a view of the larger Advent calendar opened up. Fun to pick out a new tea each day. There is enough to brew an 8 oz pot of tea each day. You can find the link here Adagio tea advent calendar

Each of the tins have a different pattern on them. They would also make great gifts as well. Add them to a nice tea cup and saucer with a box of chocolates, tea strainer, rock sugar, etc. The possibilities are endless. Or simply enjoy taking one off your tree each day and enjoying a morning or afternoon treat.

 Here's an overview of all the tea tins together. :-) You can find the 12 days of Christmas tins here on their website 12 Days of Christmas Tea Tins

 Thank you to Adagio Tea for this opportunity to share these wonderfully delicious teas with all of you! Please take a moment to visit all their amazing products online.  :-)



                  * I received these products in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own *


Debra She Who Seeks said...

What a terrific idea! It's nice to have a more "grown-up" advent calendar option that's not based on candy/chocolate/sugar. Last year I had a cheese advent calendar which was great too.

mamasmercantile said...

They look wonderful and such a great gift.

Red Rose Alley said...

Hi Jill, this is a nice Advent calendar. I love different teas, and I'm actually sipping on a Paris tea that I brought home from Nel's house. The tea tins would make nice Christmas gifts. I hope you enjoy the Thanksgiving season, and so good to see a post from you again.