I apparently like this tea much more than others who rated it.
I should preface this by saying that I love the taste of artificial peach and mango. As a kid I was a sucker for that peach drink they sold at malls bubbling up like florescent orange sugar volcanoes in their clear dispensers. Oh! and those peach gummies that are so chock full of sugar that I’m amazed my teeth don’t immediately fall out of my head with a mere glance….yeah! I’m all over those like white on rice.
Although the ingredients list makes no mention of peach, this tea really pulls on those threads of my memories….I say yank away! ❤❤❤!
I’ve had this tea twice now, and both times my dry scoop included some reasonably sized pieces of dried mango. I managed to get 2 steeps out of the leaves, although the second steep was diminished in flavor.
I have enough dry tea left for one more pot of tea, but I’m already planning to pick up some more of this one when I have the chance to visit David’s Tea. It’s light, fruity, and refreshing. It feels like a tea/juice hybrid. I can see how that may not appeal to everyone, but it suits my taste; particularly when the weather heats up. I think it will become one of my 2013 Spring/Summer go-to teas: if I manage to get my hands on it before it’s pulled off the shelves.