Green Mandarin Orange

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175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “*Great Canadian Travelling Tea Box* Dex to the rescue! It’s not bad. Green tea is one of the few types that I can easily drink unsweetened (prepared correctly that is), but with that being said,...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thank you Dexter for this one a while back! I could tell by the dry leaf scent this one isn't for me... it smells something like ginger, but I don't see any ginger listed in the ingredients. It's...” Read full tasting note
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  • “*GCTTB* I figure i need to try the last few teas from the tea box that i really wanted to try and get the rest on the move. I wanted to try this one even though it was a green because i enjoyed...” Read full tasting note
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From The TeaCupany

Chinese green tea combined with mandarin orange flavors. This blend takes a classic flavor and adds a touch of zest.

Best if steeped at 180 ° for 3 minutes.

Ingredients: Green tea mixed with dried orange peels and marigold flowers and infused with natural mandarin flavors.

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Great Canadian Travelling Tea Box

Dex to the rescue!

It’s not bad. Green tea is one of the few types that I can easily drink unsweetened (prepared correctly that is), but with that being said, none of the flavors really pop when I do that. I faintly taste lemon and maybe a little orange, but it’s an afterthought, not the main event. I bet I would taste more fruit if I sweetened it, but given that this is one of the few types of teas I can do without, I’ll sip the rest of the cup as is.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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Thank you Dexter for this one a while back! I could tell by the dry leaf scent this one isn’t for me… it smells something like ginger, but I don’t see any ginger listed in the ingredients. It’s a smell that reminds me of allergies or something, dill or pollen. The green base is fine, from what I can taste, but it does seem like whatever that scent is takes over the green tea. Not really much mandarin either. Just not my thing! :D

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GCTTB I figure i need to try the last few teas from the tea box that i really wanted to try and get the rest on the move. I wanted to try this one even though it was a green because i enjoyed the other teas that dexter had shared with me from the tea cupany. I just haven’t had a chance to actually place an order myself….yet.

I really like this one. What’s funny though, is that i could love it even more as a puerh. The flavouring in this one reminds me a LOT of the puerhs that are put into the orange rinds. It’s for sure a mandarin flavour though, not strictly orange and that is whats makes me happy with it i think. Another win from the tea cuppany!

Dexter

Happy you liked this one.
Why am I not drinking/sampling more of my TeaCupanny teas?

Sil

because you have 23408234098 teas…

Dexter

Really? Is that the problem? I need to work on that… :))

Sil

HAHAHA

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