Mango Tea

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Herbal Tea
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Iced

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  • “I was feeling thirsty when I was shopping at the local produce store and this caught my eye. I decided to buy it because I like mango and this had considerably less sugar involved than the...” Read full tasting note
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    JillDragon 1747 tasting notes
  • “This tastes like candy, but I hardly taste any hibiscus in this, so it’s really not a tea/tisane, anyway. Sweet mango with a touch of mango. Even though this has way less sugar than pop or...” Read full tasting note
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    fjellrev 1153 tasting notes

From Good Drink

Mango tea is a unique, light blend of natural herbals flavours. Extracts of hibiscus and vanilla bean are used to compliment the fresh, original taste of mango in this refreshing bottled tea.

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1747 tasting notes

I was feeling thirsty when I was shopping at the local produce store and this caught my eye. I decided to buy it because I like mango and this had considerably less sugar involved than the standard sweetened iced teas like Lipton or Snapple. Also Good Drink is apparently a Canadian company and I like supporting domestic businesses.

Sadly it doesn’t seem to contain any actual mango besides the ‘natural flavouring’ and while it isn’t a bad tasting tea, it feels like false advertising to me. I’m not a hibiscus lover, but this does taste quite nice, lightly tart but it’s not trying to stage a hostile take-over of the rest of the tea. It’s likely the cause of the tea’s orangey-red colour – which is better than food colouring I suppose. The sweet-but-not-too-sweet vanilla flavour is probably what I like most about the tea, as it gives it an almost cream soda-like flavour.

So it didn’t blow my mind but it didn’t make me want to dump it down the sink either. It’s nicely thirst-quenching and it has a good-tasting flavour – thought it could be more authentic in terms of the mango content.

Preparation
Iced

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1153 tasting notes

This tastes like candy, but I hardly taste any hibiscus in this, so it’s really not a tea/tisane, anyway. Sweet mango with a touch of mango. Even though this has way less sugar than pop or other mass-produced iced teas, it’s still really sweet. No regrets buying this, though.

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