Mandarin Orange

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Fruit Rooibos Blend
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  • “This is embarrassing, but I bought this by mistake. Am I the only one who has ever done that? I meant to buy the Mandarin Orange _green_ tea from Teas Etc. But this is what showed up. I'm sure...” Read full tasting note
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    __Morgana__ 951 tasting notes
  • “*The Final Sipdown: Day 14* Decupboarding Total: 28 I slacked yesterday and today with *The Final Sipdown* but honestly? I've been too busy cooking, eating and napping to worry much about what...” Read full tasting note
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    aug3zimm 911 tasting notes

From Teas Etc

Naturally caffeine free this Asian fruit medley is bright and full of flavor. Perfect hot or iced this has become one of our standard Rooibos selections.

Mandarin Orange Tea Type: Rooibos

Ingredients: Rooibos, orange peel, flavor and orange blossoms

Origin of Mandarin Orange : South Africa

About Teas Etc View company

Direct trade quality loose leaf tea for more than a decade. World Tea Championship winners in 2008 & 2009. USDA Certified Organic. Based in US with buying office in China.

4 Tasting Notes

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This is embarrassing, but I bought this by mistake. Am I the only one who has ever done that? I meant to buy the Mandarin Orange green tea from Teas Etc. But this is what showed up. I’m sure it was because of user error, i.e. mine, and it seemed like a hassle to send it back so I just kept it and decided to give it a shot.

There’s an intense, juicy orange smell upon opening the tin. The rooibos is noticeable, mostly as a sort of woody back-note, but not strong.

The aroma from the rooibos after steeping is — get this — very much like Fanta orange soda without the addition of the carbonated quality. There is also an appley smell underneath from the rooibos.

The taste is not bad. It’s not exactly sweet orange, but it’s not bitter either. I wish the orange flavor was stronger. It’s almost enough to make me unaware I’m drinking red rooibos, but not quite.

It started out a mistake, and it’s not something I’d order again, mostly because I just don’t think I’d ever really want to drink orange rooibos (unless I’d ordered it by mistake, in which case I’d happily drink it to have an additional option at night when I don’t want to take in too much caffeine). But it’s decent, by the standard I apply which is unobtrusiveness in the rooibos flavor.

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Ricky

Me me me! I’ve done that! Bought vanilla black tea instead of an herbal one.

__Morgana__

Oh thank goodness I’m not the only one!

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The Final Sipdown: Day 14
Decupboarding Total: 28

I slacked yesterday and today with The Final Sipdown but honestly? I’ve been too busy cooking, eating and napping to worry much about what teas to finish off. However, tomorrow is a new day and I’m back on The Final Sipdown wagon. To show my determination to decupboard, I’ve finished off this not-tea tonight.

I went a little heavy on the leaf just to finish this off and the smell is even more rooibos-y than normal. The taste isn’t as bad as the smell though, so it ends up drinkable and a little orange-y. But I’m still not that hot on this one. Thankfully it’s gone.

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