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Mango Tango Oolong

Tea type
Fruit Oolong Blend
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Edit tea info Last updated by Jillian
Average preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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  • “Thank you for sharing this tea with me *Jillian* ! This ws very nice and fruity! Reminded me a lot of DTs long Life Oolong actually - the oolong base is quite prominent, with tropical peachy...” Read full tasting note
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    DaisyChubb 504 tasting notes
  • “My boyfriend got this tea for me while he was on a trip in the States - he knows how much I love mangos. It's an interesting-looking tea - a mix of dark and green oolongs mixed with what looks...” Read full tasting note
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    JillDragon 1526 tasting notes

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Oolong Tea is a partially fermented camellia sinensis tea derived from the same plant as black, white, and green teas. This particular variety is mixed with mango fruit, rose buds, and chrysanthemum. Sweet with a tangy aftertaste.

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Thank you for sharing this tea with me Jillian !

This ws very nice and fruity! Reminded me a lot of DTs long Life Oolong actually – the oolong base is quite prominent, with tropical peachy tones. I’m not getting a lot of mango flavour specifically, but it is still a nice refreshing fruity dark oolong.

The blossoms are gorgeous while the tea steeps – very soothing!

Glad I got to try this one :)

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1526 tasting notes

My boyfriend got this tea for me while he was on a trip in the States – he knows how much I love mangos. It’s an interesting-looking tea – a mix of dark and green oolongs mixed with what looks like white rose petals and mini crysanthemum flower heads. The blossoms give the tea a bit of a floral flavour that makes an interesting combination with the baked and fruity notes of the dark oolong in the blend. The mango flavour isn’t really all that mango-y unfortunately – it’s sort of a generic tropical fruit flavour that probably comes from an artifical source of some sort.

Altogether, it’s interesting but not rave-worthy, I suppose. Though it does make a nice enough low-caffeine tea for sipping in the evening while I study.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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