Win a teapot with cups and a vast selection of tea from Adagio

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There’s little more comforting than a hot cup of tea. But all teas were not created equal. Adagio tea is all hand picked and sourced from origin. Their flavours are natural and they contain no added sugar as well as being vegan and gluten free. As these are loose leaf teas, Adagio also sell teapots. And they are some of the cutest teapots I’ve ever seen.

Adagio tea

Adagio sell an incredible selection of loose leaf tea and I’ve been trying out a few of them. Their teas range from standard black tea and Earl Grey, through to green teas, white teas, herbal teas, flavoured teas, iced teas and caffeine free teas.

In fact, there are so many of them that you’d be forgiven for struggling to decide which one to buy. That’s why they sell their tea sampler boxes. You choose the type of tea you enjoy and buy a box of four different ones to try. You’re bound to find your favourite, so next time you can just buy the one you love.

True to form, I wasn’t sure which teas to try. So, they sent me a selection. Yes, it really is quite a selection. I’d love to say I’ve tried them all before posting my review, but I think it would take me several years. Each box makes around 40 cups of tea. But I have tried four different teas and they are all fabulous. I’ll be working my way through the rest over the coming months!

Teapots and cups

Adagio sell a selection of teapots, but as soon as I saw their website I fell in love with their cast iron collection. These are so unusual and they’re all handmade. You can even get little cast iron cups to match. They keep the tea warm for longer than a regular tea pot and contain a little infuser so you don’t have to worry about a strainer. It has a capacity of a litre, so plenty for a few cups if you have guests. The tiny matching cups are adorable too.

Teabags and filters

If you find teabags a bit easier than loose leaf tea, Adagio can help with that too. They sell their loose leaf tea in pyramid teabags, so you have the convenience but don’t lose out on quality. Alternatively, try a paper tea filter to brew your tea in a pot or cup.


If you want to win the enormous selection of tea in the pyramid above, plus one of these gorgeous tea pots with matching cups, you can enter using the Rafflecopter below. The winner’s prize will be a duplicate of the box that was sent to me to review. Please read my competition terms and conditions before entering and don’t forget to check out my other competitions too, there are some brilliant prizes up for grabs.

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  1. Moving house in a couple of weeks to a house needing a lot of work, I think this giant stack of tea could be just the thing for keeping us sane!

  2. Hi Nat, what a nice selection of teas. I’m not sure which I fancy most, but it would be nice to try them all. There is something about pouring a nice cup of tea from a pot, but we rarely do it these days. It’s far more convenient to pop a bag into a cup… One downside of living here has to be that I don’t get to enter giveaways like this!


    1. Ahh such a shame you can’t enter. I highly recommend the tea if you are looking for some loose leaf tea, I’m working my way through them and haven’t found one I didn’t enjoy yet!

  3. This is my idea of heaven – seriously! I love a good cup of herbal tea, and we’ve recently been making the change from tea bags to loose tea. I used a cast iron teapot like the one you’ve shared when we visited Glastonbury recently, and it kept the tea piping hot for such a long time – perfect for spreading your cups over an afternoon of blogging 🙂

    I particularly love the look of the turmeric bliss tea, made in the Nagoya teapot (as the yellow and the warmth of both tea and teapot remind me of caring for my stomach and solar plexus during the cold winter months).

  4. Earl Grey for me, it’s my favourite and the Concert teapot is fabulous. What a fantastic giveaway and perfect for sharing with friends.

  5. i drink a lot of herbal tea and have always been intrigues by loose tea but never tried it. The teapot is stunning but i may have to try some of those samples…maybe a lovely green tea? mmmm

  6. Thanks for this- I’m now dropping heavy hints for mother’s day (I won’t hold my breath, as my other half seems entirely oblivious to all hints and has been known to forget Mother’s day altogether, but hope springs eternal…. sigh)
    I’d LOOOOOOVE any of the cast iron teapots, or the Dalian teapot, to be brewed up with ‘yuletide toddy’. Wouldn’t that just be a divine way of spending a quiet half hour, with a good book…

  7. I would love to try all of them but if it had to be just one I’d go for the Jade oolong, the teapot I like the most is the Zibo.

  8. I’m a bit of a tea fanatic. I’d like to try a new one like Jasmine Silver Needle. The dalian teapot is lovely too!

  9. I like the look of the Oriental Spice and the Vanilla. I am also very tempted to buy a cast iron tea pot. They are so gorgeous.

  10. I would love the toshima teapot with a selection of matcha tea. Love the beautiful selection of tea wear.

  11. The Nagoya Teapot is beautiful. I really love the shape of it. I would buy Foxtrot tea and the Summer Rose tea.

  12. I love the Nagoya and Nara teapots! I’d love to spend a cosy day by the fire, wrapped in a blanket, and reading a book, drinking masala chai, or Fujian Silver Needle tea, freshly brewed in one of these beautiful teapots.

  13. I would buy the red Ceramic Teapot with the matching cups as they would match my kitchen and I would buy some raspberry tea as its so nice and I want to help this baby put in an appearance as we are 2 days over now 🙂

  14. I would choose Irish Breakfast tea (well my surname is Patrick & it’s St Patrick’s day today. Also Ceramic Green Teapot – to compliment the Irish theme.

  15. Well it’s a hard decision, but love the CONCERT TEA POT, and the idea of BLOOD ORANGE and YULETIDE TODDY teas.

  16. To be honest, I am up for trying any of the teas. You never know what could become your new favourite.
    I love the concert teapot though. What a fab idea to have the little tealight underneath to keep it all warm

  17. There are so many amazing teapots and teas on the site it’s been really hard to choose! I absolutely adore the Nara Teapot and I would love the Ceylon Sonata tea.

  18. I like the sound of the berry blues tea and love the IngenuiTEA teapot as its usually only me having tea while everyone else is out at school or work.

  19. The white peach iced tea sounds just delish!! And i’am head over heels for the
    Toshima teapot, i love the dragonfly design!

  20. I’d pick the Dalian teapot with earl grey bravo, green rooibos bonita, rooibos earl grey but there are loads I’d love to try!