Mango Mango Rooibos

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Fruit Herbal Rooibos Blend
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Boiling 4 min, 30 sec

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  • “Another sample from the very generous *Indigobloom*! Ok, this one's a bit strange. Definitely tasting the medicinal qualities of the rooibos, which I'm not particularly fond of. There's some...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This smells SO GOOOOOOD!!! but sadly, as most teas do... it falls a bit short on flavour. This was expected of course! and with some extra agave will probably be solved- I added only a dash after...” Read full tasting note
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Caffeine-free. Rooibos has become one of the most important herbal infusions over the past 15 years. It originates in the Cedarberg region of South Africa and is known as a great source for minerals and anti-oxidants. A caffeine-free alternative for traditional black tea, this Rooibos is blended with natural mango flavour, and sunflower petals.

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2229 tasting notes

Another sample from the very generous Indigobloom!

Ok, this one’s a bit strange. Definitely tasting the medicinal qualities of the rooibos, which I’m not particularly fond of. There’s some fruitiness to it, an overtone of mango, but that’s really all I’m getting. Nice concept but poor execution, imo. I don’t think I’ll bother with a second infusion because I suspect it will just taste of rooibos.

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Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
Scott B

I’m glad I’m not the only one that thinks rooibos tastes medicine-y. Mango just doesn’t work with it either.

Kittenna

It doesn’t always taste like that, but in some blends it definitely does, and I don’t like it. So I suspect I wouldn’t much like straight rooibos, and I am iffy on a bunch of blends because of it, unless they are strongly flavoured (and fruity doesn’t seem to be strong enough). This may be the first mango-flavoured rooibos I’ve tried, so I can’t say anything about the mango being a specific problem :)

Scott B

The only 2 rooibos blends that I have liked are Upton’s Rooibos Chai and TG’s Winter Magic-only available in Winter. I’ve tried orange, peach, mango, pomegranate and vanilla flavored rooibos blends and they all tasted medicine-y.

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This smells SO GOOOOOOD!!!
but sadly, as most teas do… it falls a bit short on flavour. This was expected of course! and with some extra agave will probably be solved- I added only a dash after all.
Don’t get me wrong, I definitely taste the mango. I’m just not sure this would make it to my “go to” pile once pouch is finished. It might grow on me yet. I haven’t ruled it out!
But the pretty yellow sunflower leaves are so nice to look at… Maybe I should just use this one as potpourri :P

Indigobloom

Thanks Tina for being my tea dealer!! ;P

Tina S.

grin Who me? I’m innocent . . . whistles

Indigobloom

that’s a guilty whistle if I ever heard one ;)

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