Did I just get a bad batch? I found this awful, it tasted like floral perfume! I ended up giving the rest of mine away. Not a fan at all – not sure if it’s the honeybush or the mango flavoring that ruined it for me.
“Sipdown!! (218) I have finally done it *MissB*! I have finally finished off the massive amount of this tea you sent me (I may have cheated though because I sent away a fair bit). This tea was...” Read full tasting note
“Since the wonderful *__Morgana__* called me out of hiding this morning I felt it imperative that I follow through with my statement that I should have some of this tea tonight. And to also log it....” Read full tasting note
“I got this tea from the lovely *Missb* who sent me a very generous sample! Thank you so much :) You are awesome!! As the tea cools down, I'm starting to be able to taste the mango more. It's...” Read full tasting note
“This is the first in my Adagio honeybush sampler. [Looks around for *Rabs*...] I am somewhat bewildered by my decision to buy the honeybush sampler, but at least I had the foresight not to buy...” Read full tasting note
An ancient Hindu legend recounts the story of the mango tree growing from the ashes of the sun princess who had been incinerated by an evil sorceress. When the mango ripened and fell to the ground, the beautiful sun princess emerged. Our new organic Honeybush Mango tea combines the taste of honey-scented Honeybush with the flavor of perfectly ripened mangoes. Sun princess sold separately. Naturally caffeine-free.
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This tea is so smooth, and overall, it’s really tasty. It’s naturally sweet and very pleasant. The mango, however, is kind of barely there. It’s present in the aroma but only faintly there in the actual taste. In fact, am I really even tasting it, or am I imagining the taste because I know it should be there? I feel like my mind’s playing games with me.
This is decent, although it’s pretty much woody honeybush with the merest hint of a mango half-remembered. I can’t decide if it’s better hot or iced, but maybe hot because cold and woody is kind of a weird flavor. A little bit of honey takes the edge off of the woodiness, and if I made it again I might steep it for less time. I’m also tempted to try tossing in a few chunks of actual dried mango.