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Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 295 ml

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  • “Additional notes: Iced! This one isn't my favorite iced.. not very inspired. It has a plastic taste to it, which is odd as it does have SOME mango pieces in it (not as many in my pouch as the...” Read full tasting note
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  • “First tea of the Traveling Tea Box B! I just took a little over a teaspoon out of this so the rest will go back into the box. It brewed up quite dark. Smells very generic tropical fruit. It...” Read full tasting note
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From Monterey Bay Spice Company

A virtual painter’s palate of colors, Tropical Fruit tea captures the essence of tropical living in an unbelievable infusion! With black tea leaves filling the cup with body and natural sweetness, it is the mango pieces that leap to the front with a creamy seductive liquor. Add the indigo shades of corn flower petals to the golden pieces of mango and the fruit tea takes off and never looks back! Spectacular!

Ingredients-Black tea, mango pieces, cornflower petals, and fruit flavor.

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1340 tasting notes

Additional notes: Iced! This one isn’t my favorite iced.. not very inspired. It has a plastic taste to it, which is odd as it does have SOME mango pieces in it (not as many in my pouch as the picture shows). But I’m finding that the long wirey black tea leaves have less flavor iced than cut-tear-curl leaves. Those definitely have more flavor iced.

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First tea of the Traveling Tea Box B! I just took a little over a teaspoon out of this so the rest will go back into the box. It brewed up quite dark. Smells very generic tropical fruit.

It actually tastes quite mango with little hints of other fruits that aren’t strong enough for me to identify. One of them feels quite ‘sharp’ at the back of my throat but I don’t know what it is. As I drink more of this it is becoming less tasty and more ‘woody’ somehow. I don’t know how old this sample is.

Happy to have tried it, but I wouldn’t order any.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

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