Mango Fruit Punch

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
Artificial Flavouring, Mango, Marigold Flowers, Orange Peel, Pineapple, Safflower, Strawberry, Tangerine
Mango, Orange, Peach, Sweet, Tart, Pineapple, Strawberry, Tangy, Fruity
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Caffeine Free
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185 °F / 85 °C 7 min, 0 sec 24 g 18 oz / 530 ml

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  • “Aww... Why does this have to be so darn expensive? I bought 20 grams for $2.70 and I had to use the entire packet for my small teapot. I can get a couple of whole mangos for that price! I know...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Made this as a cold brew. Brewed for about 12 hours. Cold brewed there is definitely more of a fruit punch taste, similar to the Hawaiian Tropics fruit punch drink. There is definitely a mango...” Read full tasting note
    Lala1 783 tasting notes
  • “i'm drinking herbal. cuz i need to get better sleep. cuz let me tell you, i went to bed early last night on the super rare occasion that i was actually tired AND could also fall asleep. and as a...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Well that sucks. I got this tea as a sample with my last DT order. I understand this is a heavy tea, but dannnng at least put enough tea in the sample bag for me to make the suggested serving on...” Read full tasting note
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It packs a punch

At every summer party, it’s the same. The punch bowl is where the action is. So you’ve got to serve a drink that’ll please kids and grownups alike. Something fun and fruity, yet rich and exotic. Something with big pieces of pineapple and mango, tangy slices of tangerine and orange, sweet strawberries, and pretty marigold blossoms. And we’ve got that something right here. It’s guaranteed to punch up any picnic, pool party or bar-be-cue.

Ingredients: Pineapple, mango, orange slices, tangerine, safflower, marigold, strawberry, artificial flavouring*.

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82 Tasting Notes

1146 tasting notes

Dammit! There are strawberries in here. Well, until I had the burning sensation take over (thank goodness I took my herbal antihistamine today!) it was sweet and mango, and surprisingly good… although only good iced, and only with way too much sweetener added. The kids will gulp this down in no time, even before it cools.

Iced 8 tsp 32 OZ / 946 ML

At least you don’t have a bunch made that will go to waste thanks to the kids !

Tea Sipper

I’m sipping (gulping) David’s Mango Lassi at the moment. :D

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602 tasting notes

I made a pitcher of this two nights ago, and last night I decided to pour it into our ice cube tray! and I still had plenty of this tea in regular liquid form in the fridge :)
So now I’m stressing over my group presentation, but at least I have a nice refreshing glass of this tea with tea ice cubes so it wouldn’t get watered down :)


Ooh, tea ice cubes are a good idea! Especially since I’ve been doing so much cold brewing lately.


Also, good luck on your presentation!


Don’t stress – you’ll do great.


Dude, later, I wanna make tea cubes and drop them into different tea! Like blending.. but not.

And I was stressing because my group member decided to let us know that she won’t make it to the presentation and she didn’t even do her part. We managed to throw her part together and memorize it in less than an hour. That was probably the worst presentation that I’ve ever given, but under the circumstances, I think my group and I did *okay?

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2005 tasting notes

So when I got into tea last August, my brother decided he liked tea too so he insisted on getting this one and Mom’s Apple Pie. Well, as soon as I went back go school, he stopped drinking tea and I returned to find copious amounts of this in my room.

Since I didn’t like this initially, I decided to try a new method so this got cold brewed. For me, it just comes off very, very sweet though so far I am finding this method to be most tolerable. Nonetheless, the combination of pineapple and mango, though both are flavors I love, is just too sweet.

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4 tasting notes

Expensive but worth every penny. This is one of my favourite fruit herbal teas. It’s wonderful hot or cold. I sure hope they bring it back as a regular flavour that can be purchased year round. I am sorry that I didn’t go buy a few more tins before the flavour disappeared.

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290 tasting notes

Mango Fruit Punch is the only returning tea from last year’s summer collection, which is a good thing because this tea has everything you could possibly want in a summer tea. It is made entirely of fruit pieces and flowers, no tea leaves at all. This tea has an incredibly strong fruit flavor, so strong that t is almost exactly like fruit juice! I loved it a year ago and I still love it now! It is a perfect thirst-quencher!

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21 tasting notes

So this week I was on a buying kick and I decided to try all of the Summer 2013 teas (again!) I bought a pitcher pack of each tea and I cold steeped it with a little rock sugar (because I’m a tea rebel! Wait… Those two words don’t go together! LOL!) for a couple of hours. When I tasted my first sip, it was strange. Not bad, yet not particularly blow-your-socks-off-kaboomazing either. It is like a tropical fruit punch with a strong mango flavour which are the pro’s. On the other hand, this tea for me had a very strong medicinal and bitter flavor that I could barely handle. Furthermore, I found that I really didn’t care for the little yellow and red debris that managed to get through the strainer in my steeper. SIPDOWN. Or should I say SIP-UPintomytoilet… #ain’tnobodygotmoneyforthis.

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3 tasting notes

This tea is delicious! It is too bad that it is sooooo heavy! 100g barley got me half a tin! I think I will try to mix it with some plain rooibos or black tea to make it last a little longer. It is very fruity and the description of the tea is spot on! It is great both iced and hot, it does need to be steeped for quite a while, but luckily it doesn’t go bitter.

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14 tasting notes

I Instantly fell in LOVE with this tea the moment I first tried it. I found that when making enough for two I tend to overload the tea into the steeper but it only made the tea that much better! it works out perfectly actually because my mother likes her tea a bit more watered down so i would take the bottom tea from the steeper and she would take the top! definitely recommend this for the fruit tea lovers :)

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104 tasting notes

This is an interesting tea because it tastes just like juice. Like other reviewers, I’m saddened that it’s so heavy and thus super pricey. Flavour-wise… I don’t know, it’s just “okay”. I got 100g of it thinking it would be a good summer tea and it is. But… there are iced teas that I prefer from DT this season.

205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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150 tasting notes

The taste and name match up perfectly. It truly does smell and taste like a fruit punch drink. Depending on the fruit pieces that make it into your steeper, this tastes more like mango or more like orange/pineapple, but all fruity flavors are definitely present. It reminds me a lot of their Mango Madness white tea, except this is sweeter and juicier.

It tastes great hot, chilled, and iced, though I’d say iced was my favorite. My only real quibble with this tea is that the .9 oz packet made exactly 3 cups of tea, which would make stocking up on this very expensive, very quickly.

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