Mango Pu'erh Tea

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Pu-erh Tea
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  • “Sorry I wasn't able to get a picture from the NTL website. Of course once I get a bunch of new teas I am keen to try them all, so I thought I would give this mango pu-erh a whirl. This...” Read full tasting note
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    amyoh2 2418 tasting notes
  • “*Overall impression:* A delicious pu-erh with just the right amount of mango flavor to make it special. *Packaging:* Zip-lock foil pack with a clear front; steeping instructions on label *Dry...” Read full tasting note
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From Nature's Tea Leaf

Mango Pu’erh Tea is a tropical infusion of mango with select Pu’erh leaves and a whisper of marigold petals. This unique, dark tea takes on sweet and fruity notes with the unmistakable flavor of luscious mango. Pu’erh is known for its weight loss properties and can be used in diet and weight management. What better way to start your day than with the brightness of ripe mango and the eye opening kick of Pu’erh. Whether served hot or chilled this is a palate pleaser you will want to enjoy again and again.

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Sorry I wasn’t able to get a picture from the NTL website.

Of course once I get a bunch of new teas I am keen to try them all, so I thought I would give this mango pu-erh a whirl.

This actually smells very nice and natural in the bag. I steeped the tea for 2-3 minutes (sorry don’t have an exact parameter).

Yum! I really like this. The mango flavor is very sweet and natural and it doesn’t overpower the pu-erh. It has a chocolate sort of taste. These two flavors go fairly well together. I decided to add some soymilk to this because I was wondering how it would be as a latte. I think I prefer it plain but it is nice with the soy, it’s kind of like a tropical milkshake.

Overall, good! I think I would get some more of this. The marigold petals are a nice touch. I much prefer this flavor over the cherry.

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Overall impression: A delicious pu-erh with just the right amount of mango flavor to make it special.
Packaging: Zip-lock foil pack with a clear front; steeping instructions on label
Dry scent: delicately fruity; can easily recognize mango
Cup size: I light-leafed this, as is my wont, but 2 tsp. in my 14 oz cafe cup brewed a LOT of tea!
1st steep: 2 min (approx). I did not rinse this but the brew was very clear; mango scent more delicate, but still definitely there; lovely amber color; taste smooth with a creamy mouthfeel. (Yes, I’m actually learning to use that word!) I kept thinking I tasted the marigold petals as well, giving it a slightly vegetal taste and added complexity. I like to try flavored teas with and without sweetener, but had my first mug of this one half consumed before I could bring myself to add anything to it. Truvia sweetened the brew, but did not really add anything to it as it’s fine on its own.
2nd steep: Color still dark amber. Mango scent and taste somewhat reduced, but still a very nice pu-erh tea. Very satisfying, even when I left about 8 oz. in my cup overnight and finished it cold in the morning — the mango is even more pronounced in the cooled tea.
Add’l steeps: 3rd steep was still a nice dark amber but quite weak (still nice enough to drink, though!), and I retired the spent leaves to my houseplants. Still, 42 oz. from 2 tsp. of tea is impressive.
Would I buy this again? Yes

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