I’ve had this tea before at a tea house north of here. I got this and Paris to drink during afternoon tea. So, again, I was excited to once again find the source of a tea I enjoyed drinking somewhere else.
This is good hot, but I have to imagine it is even better as an iced tea. When I smelled the dry leaf in the bag, I could just imagine having a big glass of this after having to be outside in July.
This is just as good as I remember. The flavors are good, nothing tastes artificial like you might expect with “blue” in the name (it always makes me think of blue raspberry). The taste is mostly mango, but with a nice sweetness added by the pineapple.
The green tea base is nice, it isn’t too strong, but you can still taste that there’s something here other than flavoring.
This is DEFINITELY worth the dollar an ounce I paid!