Coconut Mango Wuyi Oolong

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Fruit Oolong Blend
Mango Flavor, Natural Coconut Flavor, Natural Pineapple Flavor, Oolong Tea, Orange Peel
Bitter, Coconut, Orange, Pineapple, Tannic, Tropical, Milk
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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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From Stash Tea Company

Rich mango and fresh, sweet coconut flavors in this Oolong tea bring to mind a day at the beach.

Oolong is between black and green tea in taste and color. The best oolong tea in the world grows in the mists and fertile ground of the Wuyi Mountains of China’s Fujian Province. Juicy mango flavor combines with sweet coconut flavor for a tea that brings to mind a day at the beach. Enjoy a bit of the island life with our Coconut Mango Oolong.

Ingredients: Wuyi oolong tea, orange peel, mango flavor, and pineapple coconut flavor

To savor the full flavor of our teas, bring fresh water to a rolling boil. Pour hot water directly over the tea bag in a pre-heated pot or cup. Brew 3-5 minutes or to desired taste. One tea bag makes 8 ounces of hot tea. For iced tea, brew double strength.

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160 tasting notes

I received this in a swap from Auggy. Thanks so much!!! I am so excited to try everything! : ) Now, the review!

I took this with me to work today because I have been having busy weeks and didn’t want to miss out on trying it! I am on a coconut roll lately, so this, in theory, fit right in to what I was craving.

The smell of the tea bag reminded me sun block. I guess that mango and coconut are the scents that are generally used to make you want to slop on the greasy, thick white cream and protect your skin from the sun. I didn’t think this was a bad thing, just a strong correlation that came to mind every time I sniffed it. No hint of oolong though…

I steeped it for the shorter time recommended on the envelope. The smell was as tropical as a day lying in the sand sipping a cold drink in the sun with a good book could be. Now is when I catch a whiff of something oolongy in the scent. Ah, so it is tea and not just flavoring after all! The licqour was a light greenish orange that hinted towards brown.

Unsweetened, it tasted like sunblock with a bit of Oolong, with none of the sweet aftertaste which is what I love about Oolong… Sweetened it tasted tropical and enjoyable, a hint of Oolong, and an aftertaste of sour instead of the smooth, sweet finish that I have grown to expect from Oolongs. It is the sour in the aftertaste that made this tea not a winner for me.

The second steep (1 min longer) tasted exactly like a watered down version of the first steep. Drinkable, but not a tea I would re-steep if I have it again.

All in all, I am happy that I got to try it! I really am! I did enjoy drinking it, but there are sooo many other good coconut teas that I could be drinking instead… I do not think I will be purchasing this, though I will have another cup of it tomorrow (maybe iced…)

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I got this tea for my sister a couple yrs ago. She and my viece Brie loved it. It’s obviously a personal taste kind of thing. I do not buy flavored Oolongs (and not much flavored anything), because I like to experience the tea itself. To some this may seem boring, but I’m perfectly fine with my unflavored teas. :))


I do think it is a tasty tea, I just didn’t find the Oolonginess that I was expecting : ) I can see how it would be super tasty to some people.

Tastes in general are personal, that is what makes reviewing and reading reviews about tea so fun! : )


I would say I’m sorry you didn’t like it, but honestly, I didn’t like it either! I figured there was a chance you might get more enjoyment out of it than I did but oh well. At least you are like me and seem to like the chance to try anything! :)

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1041 tasting notes

Tea #3 from the ’Here’s Hoping’ teabox.

I’ve seen this tea in the store and been tempted on several occasions to buy a box, but I’ve always passed it by. Since it was in the teabox I decided to brew a cup in my travel mug before going out to run errands.

The taste was mostly mango with the faint flavor of coconut slipping in on occasion. I’d take a sip, think that it was nice, and then continue on with my errands. While it wasn’t a mind blowing tea I would definitely drink it again if offered. As far as tea bags go, this one is more than decent. In fact, I probably will buy a box the next time I’m at the store because I like to carry tea bags in my purse for “tea emergencies”. I’m sure I’m not the only one. ;-)


I keep trying to not like Stash. Around here it is half again as expensive as other bagged teas (with the exception of Numi) and contains a third less tea. But dog gone it, I find myself enjoying them anyway… for those ummm tea emergencies of course.


I know what you mean. The fact that there is less tea in the box is the reason I’ve passed it by so many times before, but honestly, it is so much better than a lot of the other bagged teas.

…and long live tea emergencies.:)

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433 tasting notes

Backlogging from last week… this was on sale and sounded different, so I thought I’d try it. I’m not a mango fan at all so I this blend could’ve gone either way but I was pleasantly surprised. I didn’t love it but it wasn’t disappointing either. I didn’t get much coconut out of it but the mango note was actually kind of nice. Normally Stash teas don’t do much for me so this is one of the best blends of theirs I’ve tried. Next time I drink this, I’ll review AS I’m drinking so it’s a little more coherent but for now I’ll just say that I wasn’t sorry I bought this!

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This flavour combination grabbed my interest after trying one of Robert Wemischner’s tea frappes (oolong, mango and apriums). Unfortunately this stunning blend is really let down by the weird mulched tea “leaves”. The mango taste is apparant straight away, with the creamy coconut lingering afterwards. Can someone please make this blend with proper tea?

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such spoiled potential :(

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I went Starbucking this morning at (Park and 48th)
I got my tall hot water and added a dash of milk and sugar.
This tea tasted like coconut.
I like that Stash teas are foil sealed with staple, and bag.
I’m drink half of it hot and half on the rocks.
I think this is my only oolong that I have in my collection.
So I’ll tell you more about this Starbucks location:
(Park and 48th)
This a high volume starbucks that is a bit slower due to outside construction. There is a worker who yells the order from the queue to the drink makers.
There a long communial table here.
The peeps here are mostly suits, and fewer tourists than other Starbucks.
There way a guy with a laptop today showing another guy some stock market charts and explaining some stock charts.
There was a woman seated next to me. She had a large diamond ring, and didn’t throw her Starbucks sleeve in the trash.
There were two women in their 20’s. One had some large iced drink the other had a short drink. They were talking about traveling. One woman talked with her nose.
This Starbucks location is currently under construction.

12/6/2012 – I’ve been drinking this tea, guests who stop over the house have been drinking this. I’ve upped the rating, and it’s actually pretty good. I will have to investigate more Stash teas.

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1770 tasting notes

hmm, the rating for this tea was a lot higher BEFORE I bought this. This was another tea I thought I’d try when I stocked up on teas from LuckyVitamin. It sounded great. This isn’t bad, but it seems a bit bitter to me. It smells like coconut but the mango isn’t there in flavor or scent. All the oolongs I’ve tried are different, so I’m not sure how the flavor should be as an oolong! I’m kind of disappointed with this one.

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I don’t like coconut, but I think this would be a great combo.

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35 tasting notes

I enjoyed this tea – it had a nice tropical taste, mostly mango with a light coconut flavor. I think I added a bit too much honey though, and it may have overpowered some of the flavor of the tea. I think I’ll try a touch of sugar next time.

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I do believe that this is the only tea that stash makes in a tea bag that I like. You can taste and smell the coconut. You can tell there is fruit in it but I can’t tell which one, they say mango. The oolong does taste like oolong. Its an ok tea but nothing to write home about. Its also the only tea my wife drinks with any regularity which is why its in my cupboard.

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38 tasting notes

Yum. Mild flavor that seems to come out when Iced. I just wish I could have enjoyed it on a beach somewhere instead of at work out of a styrofoam cup.

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I enjoyed this mild tea. It has a nice fruity coconut flavor.


I enjoyed this mild tea. It has a nice fruity coconut flavor with just a hint of grassiness

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