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Sweet Red Mango

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Fruit Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Dexter3657
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 7 min, 15 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “Well, I get how to pull the sweetness out of this brew now: oversteep it by ridiculous amounts, and suddenly it's an apple tea with faint notes of mango. It's okay, and I should have made a note on...” Read full tasting note
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    MissB_Tea 940 tasting notes
  • “Wow is this tart. The word sweet in the name is not telling the truth. I actually don't mind tart, and I'm not a hibiscus hater, but this one might be on the verge of pushing my tartness limit. ...” Read full tasting note
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    Dexter3657 581 tasting notes
  • “Because I had read all the notes on this 'sweet' tea as they popped up on my dash, I knew it wasn't going to be sweet at all. And so I cold steeped it. And it's still quite tart. Very refreshing,...” Read full tasting note
    OMGsrsly 1165 tasting notes

From The TeaCupany

Starting with a nice hibiscus base mango pieces and apple pieces are added to give you a fully caffeine free fruity party. A very sweet tea that needs no sugar it is sure to please even the sweetest of sweet tooths. Perfect iced on a hot day, or hot in a big mug on a cold windy day this is a really versatile tea that can be blended with anything else that needs a bit of a sweet kick added.

Best if steeped for 5 – 10 minutes at 212°

Ingredients: Hibiscus flowers with rose hips, apple pieces, pieces of mango and natural mango flavors.

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4 Tasting Notes

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940 tasting notes

Well, I get how to pull the sweetness out of this brew now: oversteep it by ridiculous amounts, and suddenly it’s an apple tea with faint notes of mango. It’s okay, and I should have made a note on it that I wanted to save the rest for cold steeping, as there’s now barely enough for a cup left. Ah well.

Thanks again to Dexter3659 for sharing this with me!

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 8 min or more 2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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Wow is this tart. The word sweet in the name is not telling the truth. I actually don’t mind tart, and I’m not a hibiscus hater, but this one might be on the verge of pushing my tartness limit. If you can get past the tart, this has really nice juicy mango flavors. It steeps up bright red and is beautiful to look at.
I don’t hate it, but sweetener is definitely needed for my tastes.

VariaTEA

I just tried Sweet Cherry and given this review I think The TeaCupany may be confused as to the meaning of the word “sweet”

Sil

LMAO

Dexter3657

LOL I saw your review VariaTEAINHO this one is MORE tart than the sweet cherry.

the TeaCupany

Thank you for the feedback guys! I will modify this name, for some reason Sweet Red Mango was the chosen title given based on reviews in the house and office. I will modify the description as well as title for the site, as well as re review myself with a couple different steepings.

Sil

Sounds great teacupany!

Dexter3657

This is what I love about Steepster and the tea community in general. Companies/owners actually read/care/listen to what we have to say.
Mitch at The TeaCupany provides awesome customer service. Thanks for listening. LOL if we could just get a bit of the tart from this tea into the cranberry black I was drinking last night, all would be right in my world….. or maybe I should blend them…hmmmm

the TeaCupany

Just did my second pot and you are all right! Maybe the sample package had less hibiscus in them or something weird going on, so I will modify the name and description. Will also do the sweet cherry one as well, as I wouldn’t be happy if I was in the mood for sweet tea and got a tart one :) And also thank you again to everyone, as without feedback there would not be any progress or improvement! We are very new here and still working out all the kinks, so thank again.

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1165 tasting notes

Because I had read all the notes on this ‘sweet’ tea as they popped up on my dash, I knew it wasn’t going to be sweet at all. And so I cold steeped it. And it’s still quite tart.

Very refreshing, it has a nice flavour although what I’m getting is mostly hibiscus and apple with a bit of mango juice at the end. Not sure I’d get it again, but I am glad I got a chance to try it.

From MissB who got it from Dexter3657. Thank you for sharing!

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