Mango Black Tea

Tea type
Black Fruit Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Blackberry Leaves, Calendula Petals, Hibiscus, Mango Flavor
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180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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Trader Joe’s Mango Black Tea is the perfect combination of sweet mango flavor, herbs, and black tea, creating an irresistible and refreshing beverage.

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93 tasting notes

I’m always on the lookout for good bagged teas for when I’m in a rush. This tea is definitely a keeper! There’s a nice sweetness from the mango flavoring. I read the ingredients listed on the box, and was surprised to see hibiscus. I couldn’t taste any hibiscus, but the liquor is slightly more reddish than a normal black tea. I really enjoyed this tea. So much so that I might need to stock up next time I make it to a TJ’s (which isn’t very often!).

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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40 tasting notes

Very smooth! The actual mango taste is not too subtle nor too pronounced, and it melts softly into the taste of the black tea. I drank it without sweetener or milk as usual, but adding those (especially the former) would probably heighten the experience by bringing out the sweetness of the mango…otherwise, the flavor might just be a bit too weak.

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171 tasting notes

It is guaranteed that this tea, brewed up and iced, is always in our fridge.

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4 tasting notes

The mango is well pronounced and it is hard to over-steep black tea, so I am a fan. Also it is “effectively” priced at Trader Joe’s.

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1102 tasting notes

A basic black tea with a slight fruitiness pretty much covers it, nothing remarkable. I’ve been pretty sick this week, and shout out to this tea for being easy to make and being able to take the addition of honey and cough drops well without tasting strange.

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87 tasting notes

Brewed hot, this is a pretty run-of-the-mill fruit-flavored black tea (you don’t even get the overwhelming sense of mango right from the off, but rather a generic sweet tropical). However, brew it for icing, add some goldenrod honey, and you’re in for a treat!

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93 tasting notes

It says that I’ve only drank this tea twice, which must be a lie since I only have one bag left! I love this tea. It’s the perfect combination of sweet fruit and malty black tea. And given the price point, I think it’s pretty comparable to Republic of Tea’s Mango Ceylon, which in my opinion is downright amazing. Maybe I just really like mango…

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354 tasting notes

I recieved a box of this in a “care package” my brother and sister-in-law made when my daughter was born. I will say that it is quite tasty and I’m not sure if TJ’s carries it any more but a good inexpensive black tea.

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16 tasting notes

On it’s own this tea is pretty mediocre (what trader joe’s tea isnt!!). HOWEVER, if you like iced tea, i recommend this recipe.
4 or 5 bags of plain ole Lipton tea + 1 bag of this mango black = 3 quarts of some pretty decent mango iced tea. seriously, i can drink this stuff everyday.

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2 tasting notes

Tasty black fruity tea. Doesn’t oversteep easily

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