Cold brewed of course!
This was a nice light sweet mango tea. The flavour was good but I wish that it would have been a little bit stronger. I will certainly enjoy the rest of this!
“Backlogging Cold brewed of course! This was a nice light sweet mango tea. The flavour was good but I wish that it would have been a little bit stronger. I will certainly...” Read full tasting note
“This Wonderful tea was given to me by Reasoned_Melody For the Christmas swap. I tried this at first Hot and then cold and both were wonderful! I love mango’s and was...” Read full tasting note
“underwhelmed. Comparing this to the strawberry white, that is all I can think of. The "under" part doesn’t even deserve to be capitalized. (grammar nazi at heart here) Maybe it...” Read full tasting note
“This one scared me as a lot of the Teaopia teas seem to as the fruit came off smelling very candy-like, both dry and once infused. But, I liked this. Very juicy. I definitely got the...” Read full tasting note
This organic flavoured White Tea consists of Pai Mu Tan, ginger bits, apple pieces, rose hip peel, marigold petals and natural mango flavour. This refreshing and healthy tea is perfect for White Tea and fruit lovers.
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This Wonderful tea was given to me by Reasoned_Melody For the Christmas swap. I tried this at first Hot and then cold and both were wonderful! I love mango’s and was excited to see this tea!! you can both smell and taste mango ! it is a little bit more like dry fruit mango taste but i don’t mine :) wonderful tea thank you Melody!
underwhelmed. Comparing this to the strawberry white, that is all I can think of. The “under” part doesn’t even deserve to be capitalized. (grammar nazi at heart here)
Maybe it would have gotten a better reaction from if I hadn’t tried the strawberry first…. and I should have added some sugar/agave to bring out the mango. It smells incredibly luscious when steeped, compared to the flavour- more so than the dry leaves.
I think what bothered my was that I wanted to taste more of the mango, but it was more of a background note with tea in the forefront. Perhaps I didn’t get enough mango “flavouring”? I know I know, I say that every time a tea dissapoints me… but it’s a legitimate concern! and I really wanted to love this tea.
Besides that, the “white” part was substandard as well. It was all fuzzy and tasted more like an oolong. I wonder if that was the ginger sneaking in? I certainly couldn’t identify it as such. The marigold and rose probably helped make more of a mess here to. I know rose is somewhat overpowering in a tea, kindof like hibiscus.
Bah!! There is just too much going on here for the mango to be really present. It almost reminds me of a bagged tea, the way everything is muted.
Uh huh, that’s right… I went there! and no I will not take it back.
This is an awesome cup. From top to bottom, the cup is a mild fruity extravaganza. One of the things that makes this tea so unique is the fact that the mango taste is prominent, but without actually
being in the tea. The taste of the tea has a light white tea undertone. Luckily, the Pai Mu Tan adopts the taste easily making this easy for those who like light teas. Unlike Superberry White (another one of teaopia’s flavored white teas), Simply Mango’s tastes are easy to distinguish. I strongly recommend this tea to those who like nothing in their teas, an are looking
for a tea that will be both refreshing, and good for you.