Out of all of Adagio’s “flavored series” tea’s Mango is so far my favorite… Unfortunately I just don’t think I will ever get used to Ceylon’s bold flavor. Adagio could introduce a bit of variety.
“I had forgotten I have this tea until I browsed my Adagio collection for something fruity to quench my thirst. A black based fruit tea is always perfect for making iced tea with and this would make...” Read full tasting note
“Eh. It’s decent. Vaguely fruity-flavored tea. I don’t have any milk so it’s giving me an excuse to sipdown my fruity Adagios.” Read full tasting note
“Another Adagio tea. I’m really trying to get through rating the rest of my teas before purchasing any new ones. There’s a lot of Adagio teas left in my drawer. I loved Adagio when I...” Read full tasting note
“Easy iced tea this morning, bought these in the pouches for convenience. I was pleasantly surprised that I got a total 2 quarts of tea out of one bag! Steeped in a mason jar for 5 minutes with 16...” 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. The bestselling Mango Tea combines the taste of Ceylon tea with the flavor of perfectly ripened mangoes. Sun princess sold separately.
Brew at 212 °F for 5 minutes.
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Got the flavored tea sampler from Adagio and use these as little “enhancers” in many of my green teas. I put a 1/2 teaspoon of this in with my Body + Mind by Teavana (2tsp to 16 oz) and it REALLY added a sweet zest to an otherwise light tasting tea, but, didn’t overpower it
I received this tea expecting great things. I opened the tin and was immediately drawn in by the amazing smell…
I steeped at boiling point for 5 minutes the first time around and I got a VERY bitter taste from it, which I thought was very odd and off-putting.
The second time around I steeped at boiling point for 3 minutes and the results were much better but still a little off for my liking…
To close, I like the tea but was expecting more from it.