Mmmm mango! The mango is nice and crisp. Really strong flavour of a ripe mango. This tea is very refreshing and slightly sweet, I could drink it all day. This is another tea that I am going to have to try iced.
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“Eight months later, here I am trying to finish up my sample of this tea. I do have a fondness for some aspects of this tea, but it is just so sweet. I am getting a very strong juice flavour here,...” Read full tasting note
“I just finished the last of these leaves. I still think it tastes more like a tea version of an orange punch with just a whisper of mango. It’s tasty though. I plan to buy another small size...” Read full tasting note
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One sip of this tea and you’ll do anything to get your hands on more. In fact, we’re a bit worried about letting people get a taste. There might be riots. Looting. Traffic jams. It’s a lot of responsibility! But who can blame you for going crazy over this delicious white tea? It’s fruity. It’s refreshing. It tastes just like a ripe piece of mango. In short, it’s total madness.
Apple pieces, white Bai Mu Dan tea, orange peel, pineapple cubes, mango cubes, mango, pineapple, orange slices, freeze dried tangerine pieces, safflower petals, freeze dried strawberry pieces, marigold blossoms, artificial flavouring.
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We are starting to get some hot weather here on the west coast which seems like a good excuse to make some iced tea… I picked this one up at DavidsTea because it smelled so good! Taking a closer look at the tea – in addition to the white tea leaves and the headlining mango, there is definitely a noticeable amount of orange (peel and “slices”) and pineapple. I steeped this tea for six minutes and, while it was cooling, added about two teaspoons of sugar, then poured over ice. The smell of the tea (while hot) instantly reminded me of hot apple cider and, to a lesser extent, fuzzy peaches. The taste (once cool) was that of pineapple and oranges… not much mango. That said, the tea was good, on par with many of the other iced teas that I have had this summer. I would’t have a problem drinking this tea again and it was quite refreshing on a hot evening.
Had this iced from the Sherwood Mall location in Etobicoke. The store was a zoo so we didn’t get much time but managed to get a taste and get my iced tea mug filled. This tea was great. The little I had of it. My 2 year old stole the mug and kept wanting to drink it. When we got back to the car I filled his cup with it and only got a little for me. From what I remember it was fruity and sweet. I will do another review when I get to actually have a full cup.
Blech. Mango Madness is probably the worst DavidsTea offering that I’ve tasted yet. Normally I like fruity whites and greens, and I drink a lot of them, but this one had a foul (almost vomit-like) smell and taste that wasn’t really reminiscent of mango at all (too citrusy). I’m not sure what’s in there that smells so unappealing to me, but I’m thinking it’s the tangerine/pineapple/mango combination, or perhaps the artificial flavoring.
DavidsTea has a green mango blend (Mango Diablo) with mango and crushed chili that I like quite a bit more than Mango Madness. At least in that one you can actually taste the tea — this one had no tea flavor at all. Maybe this one is better cold brewed or on ice? I’ll have to give it a try when it’s warmer outside.
I found this hard to steep, and it really made it difficult to enjoy. The cups were all over the place.
For example, one day I had a really bitter tea, and the next a brilliantly sweet cup.
When the tea is sweet, and nice and strong this is wonderful and I highly recommend it.
I personally find that I steep this on the high end of what Davids Tea recommends, and at a slightly lower temperature for the best cup!
I love my white teas, and this tea is no different… as long as we’re explicitly talking about iced tea. This tea makes the best peachy-mango-y iced tea ever!
Hot, I don’t like it, but I have a problem with most fruity teas hot. The white tea notes get destroyed when you drink this tea warm. Cold, however, I find the white tea quite prominent. I’ll miss it when it’s gone, but if I find a suitable iced tea replacement, I don’t think I’ll miss it.
Perfection…This was a recomendation by one of the employees and the first time I had it, I got it to go. It was so good, I went back the next day and picked up 50g. The only critique I have is the price and that is why I only picked up 50g. There is not much tea in there and most of the dry leaves is large fruit pieces. Nevertheless, the taste is so fruity..permenant collection!