By studying the thermal condensation of melamine, we have identified three solid molecular adducts consisting of melamine C3N3(NH2)3 and melem C6N7(NH2)3 in differing molar ratios. We solved the crystal structure of 2 C3N3(NH2)3⋅C6N7(NH2)3 (1; C2/c; a=21.526(4), b=12.595(3), c=6.8483(14) Å; β=94.80(3)°; Z=4; V=1850.2(7) Å3), C3N3(NH2)3⋅C6N7(NH2)3 (2; Pcca; a=7.3280(2), b=7.4842(2), c=24.9167(8) Å; Z=4; V=1366.54(7) Å3), and C3N3(NH2)3⋅3 C6N7(NH2)3 (3; C2/c; a=14.370(3), b=25.809(5), c=8.1560(16) Å; β=94.62(3)°; Z=4; V=3015.0(10) Å3) by using single-crystal XRD. All syntheses were carried out in sealed glass ampoules starting from melamine. By variation of the reaction conditions in terms of temperature, pressure, and the presence of ammonia-binding metals (europium) we gained a detailed insight into the occurrence of the three adduct phases during the thermal condensation process of melamine leading to melem. A rational bulk synthesis allowed us to realize adduct phases as well as phase separation into melamine and melem under equilibrium conditions. A solid-state NMR spectroscopic investigation of adduct 1 was conducted.