Mango Lassi

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Chamomile, Mango, Natural And Artificial Flavouring, Orange Peel, Vanilla Bean, Vanilla Extract
Flavors
Creamy, Floral, Mango, Cream, Fruity
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Not available
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Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 45 sec 2 g 8 oz / 243 ml

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  • “Wow this is soo good tonight! I steeped it for 7 minutes and added in some milk and honey..delicious! Comforting to the max! I am celebrating being done my course (part 1 of it, I might take part...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Oh! This isn't what I expected. I don't know _what_ I expected but... this is so good. It's warm and juicy and it makes me think that I'm biting into soft mangos. I haven't had mango lassi before...” Read full tasting note
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  • “So, when I had this cold brewed I didn't like it at all - and I blamed that on my general fickleness when it comes to mango/chamomile which are both key ingredients in this tisane. For that reason...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Grr, I found a pot's worth of this hiding away in the very back of the cupboard. And here I thought I was done with it. Having no patience, I dumped the whole amount in a tiny tea bag and put in...” Read full tasting note
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From DAVIDsTEA

Lassi come home

If you’re a lover of Indian food, chances are you’ve had a taste of a Mango Lassi. If not, it’s time you got acquainted. It’s a deliciously creamy blend of fresh mango, yogurt and a hint of rosewater – just about the coolest, most satisfying drink around. And this rich, fruity blend is our homage to the classic. It blends sweet, succulent mango with creamy vanilla and a floral hint of honey-kissed Egyptian chamomile. Our advice? Try it as an iced latte…or blend it into your next smoothie.

Ingredients: Mango, chamomile, orange peel, vanilla bean, vanilla extract.

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This was better today when I tried it. I brewed it at just below boiling and steeped it for five minutes. What I got was a tea that was a lot more influenced by the mango and less overpowering chamomile. As it cooled, the chamomile became far more prominent, but still not overwhelming. This was far more enjoyable than I remember it being. I think the first time I tried it I was expecting pure mango. This time I new to be ready for the chamomile and, once I was ready for it, it actually lent a nice flavour to the blend. I will certainly be drinking this more often!

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Steepster, what is wrong with you? I look up “mango lass” and this pops up, but then when I add the “i” on the end there’s nothing resembling a lassi. Goodness.

I got my box from MissB today! I picked a few teas up in her recent sale, so I was very surprised to find how many extras she popped in the box! This is one I actually did buy. When I open the tin the smell is overwhelmingly mango-y, hooray! I love tropical fruits so much.

I was afraid this one would be too much chamomile, but this tastes much more like mango than anything. It’s also really creamy! Everything I hoped it’d be and more. I can only imagine how good this will be iced—I’ll have to try it soon.

ETA: Cooled off this isn’t quite as good, actually. It’s still fruity but the creaminess is gone. I might try truly icing it, but I don’t know that this’ll be all that great cold.

MissB

Oh, yay! So glad you got the box safe and sound, and that you enjoyed tea #1. :)

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I think this tea smells amazing, but when I started drinking, I picked up more chamomile than mango, which is odd. It might be the 7 minute steep they did (it was a TTG today). I did pick up a small amount to play with at home. As I was walking downtown with my mug, I was thinking to myself how remarkably close to Buttercream this tastes, without the white base. I do add milk to Buttercream, so I do want to try this one with milk too. I don’t seem to love this one quite as much as Buttercream. At least not with this present steeping, but maybe a later one I will. I may also just buy this to mix with white tea and make my own buttercream.

I’m thinking that in pure terms of tasting like a mango lassi, neither this, nor Butiki’s really taste like them, but Butiki’s is way more mango-y than this one. I like them both for totally different reasons. They may have the same name, but they taste nothing alike to me.

keychange

Oh god, silly chamomile. I had DT’s pistachio cream to go the other day (iced), and it was delicious. Having it hot was another story entirely though, and the chamomile hit me in the face like a ton of bricks. Blech. uggh. Eww.

Amariel

I may try Pistachio Cream cold steeped, but not a fan hot.

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I have a lot of issues with this tea and I am not sure why. Basically the first time I had it, I made a pot with a friend of mine. At first I thought it was great because you can really taste the mango but then as I kept drinking something just really started bugging me about it. I found myself noticing flavors that I felt took away from the mango as opposed to complimenting them. Then, the longer I sat there smelling the tea, the more the smell began to really bother me.

I always wanted to give it another try to see if my initial impression was right or if I actually did not like the tea however I was always a bit apprehensive about doing so given my first experience with it. What finally convinced me to give a try was a saleswoman at David’s told me it made a great latte (which makes sense given lassis are creamy) and then today when I asked my roommate what tea I should make as a latte she just happened to pick this one randomly. I took that as a sign it was time to try it again.

I first tried the tea without the addition of milk and at first only tasted the mango but upon the next sip the other flavors crept in and I found myself being put off yet again. So I frothed the milk and give it a try that way. Yet again the flavors just did not sit right with me and this latte went down the drain (second of the day I poured out :P). Now I have 15-20 g of this that I will probably never drink again which means there is one more addition to my swap box.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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I’m loving what DT is doing with Chamomile right now! Don’t stop.

I went to pick up the new menu from DT and this was the tea of the month so I grabbed the 50 trams immediately.

The iced sample sold me completely. I love it iced it is smooth and sweet with a light tartness the smoothness of the chamomile lies like a perfect velvety base. mmmmmmmmm

Hot is nice but iced is the way to go. The flavours are just so ice friendly.

I’m seeing this as a possible staple.

Preparation
7 min, 45 sec

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This is so delicious before bed, is a bit nicer than just standard chamomile. I always add a little honey too.

VariaTEA

I asked the lady in David’s Tea what tea makes for a really good latte and to my surprise she suggested Mango Lassi. I have been on the fence about this tea so I think I might give it a try that way.

noyadefleur

I haven’t tried it as a latte yet, though I’m betting it would be good. You wont regret it! :)

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really lovely end of summer blend! i wasn’t expecting much from this one as chamomile isn’t one of my favourite ingredients, but here it really works.
very nice, light fruit flavour from all that yummy mango, paired with the warm vanilla that makes you want to snuggle up on a chilly september night – perfect.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 45 sec

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Blargh! Why, oh why, did I buy 50g of this?!

I thought it would be creamy and mango-ey and everything I’d hoped for in a mango tea! I’ve had it hot. I’ve had it cold. I’ve had it iced. Yet, all I taste is chamomile! I should know better! I KNOW that chamomile isn’t my favourite.

I sure hope DAVIDsTEA takes returns!

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
Gabriela

I hated it too… :(

Faith

So disappointing when your looking forward to a tea, only to have it turn out horrible!!

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1.5 tsp for 300mL water @100C, steeped five minutes, drunk bare.

So long as you like chamomile … which is fresh and fragrant and even a bit apple-y in this blend. The mango tastes and smells authentic, and the vanilla works well. It tastes nothing like a mango lassi; it tastes like chamomile with mango and vanilla flavouring. I like it in the evenings.

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I popped by the store in the mall today on my way home from class. This was being served as a warm sample in store and I just had to try it! Warm it is very creamy and citrusy. I ordered a cup of this iced as well to compare the two. When iced, I did find that the tea lost a bit of its creaminess, it is still however very fruity and I believe the iced version enhances the fruit flavours. I am a bit surprised however that this was not released as a summer tea and was released at this time of year when they are getting into more traditional fall flavours…. I’m glad I picked up a 50g bag though! I will continue to enjoy this both warm and iced through the year! My only critique would be that like some of the other citrus and fruit teas, there is a bit of an aftertaste…this one is not so bad as to deter me from drinking it though.

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