Presidential Blend

Tea type
Black Fruit Herbal White Blend
Ingredients
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Flavors
Mango, Tannic, Earl Grey, Earth
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Average preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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Honor all Presidents of the United States with our Presidential Blend. In celebration of our nation’s spirit of innovation, this tea is unique and only made here. In celebration of diversity, this tea blends premium black and white teas together for a smoother and refreshing taste. In celebration of our strength as the world’s leading democracy and a maritime power, we’ve added exotic fruits from as far away as the South Pacific islands. And finally, in celebration of the strength and endurance as our nation with a democratically elected Presidency, we have decorated this tea with the colors of our flag – rose petals for red and cornflowers for blue. Overall, this tea is a tea of unity and harmony that salutes life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

Ingredients:
Black Tea, White Tea, naturally dried mango pieces, naturally dried papaya pieces, passion fruit, rose petals, and cornflower blossoms

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6 Tasting Notes

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353 tasting notes

This tea tastes fairly ordinary at first, but once I put in a little bit of sugar, the flavors exploded. The mango, passion fruit, and papaya blend together nicely, and make it a nicely sweet tea. This would be awesome iced.

Preparation
3 min, 0 sec

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1768 tasting notes

I feel as if I am going to be the dissenting voice on this tea- its not for me.
I am strongly reminded of Harney & Sons Carribe, which is also a blend with tropical fruits in it, and also does not light my fire.
I do not care for tropical fruits, and I care even less for them in tea. Also black and white blends tend to make me, well, a little queasy. I’m afraid this one did.
But I’m not going to rate this poorly. Just like Carribe, I don’t think this is a bad tea, I just think its a bad tea for me.
Thank you for Super Starling! for letting me try, but this one will not be staying with me.
Sipdown!

Super Starling!

That’s okay! We all try things that aren’t our favorite! I’m not offended or anything.

Rosehips

I’m glad. It really is nice to have all your lovely swap teas to try.

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Thank you Super Sterling! You are the best. Also, you gave me this tea.

This is an interesting tea. I enjoy it. I really like the slightly tangy mango flavor that comes with it. Without it, this tea would be very generic as the black tea base underneath it feels of a generic quality. A slightly tannic feel. But when you add the mango, it gives it that pizzaz it needed.

Much like our President, I will miss this tea when it is done.

Flavors: Mango, Tannic

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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157 tasting notes

I’ve written a few notes about this tea, but I wanted to mention it briefly again because a few other people around have liked it. I gave it to a friend who was very sick and exhausted Saturday, and it perked her up and soothed her throat. I gave it to another friend today, who happily declared it super-tasty. It’s a majestic brew that a lot of disparate people seem to like.

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