Mango Ceylon Tea

Tea type
Black Tea
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Flavors
Apricot, Cream
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Edit tea info Last updated by Hesper June
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 45 sec 24 oz / 709 ml

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From Mountain Rose Herbs

A delightfully zesty Ceylon blend from Sri Lanka. This fruity classic has essence of Mango and Marigold petals added to it, which complements the fine, fermented Ceylon leaves. For those of us who sometimes prefer a flavored tea, this makes a perfect cup that is pure rapture to the taste buds. Our Mango Ceylon tea is Fair Trade certified and contains caffeine.

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This tea is lovely!
I almost did not get it.
It was an afterthought as I was finishing up the order, I thought “Hmmm,well, I guess this tea might be good for cold brewing this summer” and added it to the order.
I have not even tried it cold brewed yet, I have been enjoying it to much hot.
Opening the tin (a tin I placed the tea in, the teas come nicely packed in bag and box, but for long storage transferring to a tin is best:) is a treat.
Now, it is fruity, but not sugary candy like fruit, I would say it is more sophisticated than that.
Its dry leaf smells of a lovely Ceylon, than a Smokey Tropical Fruit.
Add water and inhale and it becomes even bolder!
This dark amber brew is a good Ceylon, nice and bright, but add the Mango and again that underlying smokiness to this tea and it is a delight!
The mouth has a bit of tang on the back of the tongue.
The Mango is very soft, kind of in the background, but not overpowering the Ceylon at all.
Sniffing the infuser basket of wet leaves and you can really smell the Mango, and again not overpowering or ultra sweet, just like you had cut open a fresh mango.
I will return to let you all know how it is cold brewed, but for now, I think I shall sit on the Veranda (the back porch) and pretend I am someplace exotic while sipping this tea.

Update
This tea is delicious cold brewed.
Very Refreshing and thirst quenching.
The Mango has become slightly more pronounced, which I like for a ice tea.

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JacquelineM

I’ll have to try this one. I’m a huge fan of Mountain Rose Herbs!

ashmanra

I have been looking for a mango black to replace the one from 52teas last year. It was soooo good!

Hesper June

Well, I hope you like this one, as I stated above the Mango flavor is not real sweet or strong, so I do not how it would compare to the 52 Teas.
But, I like it:)

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This is a delicious, fruity tea. I like it with milk and sugar or honey.

Flavors: Apricot, Cream

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 30 sec 3 tsp 24 OZ / 709 ML

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