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From England, the fruit was brought to Italy and by 1850 it was being widely cultivated in the southern portion of that country. Shortly thereafter, the Italian ambassador to New Orleans brought some plants with him to plant in the garden of his Consul house, and the rest, as they say, is history. Brew yourself a pot and experience how well the tangy sweetness of Mandarin oranges blends with the astringency of our high grown Ceylon tea. Served piping hot or chilled over ice, this is a fabulous tea. The special tart, orange-like character of a mandarin is well captured in this delicious tea

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“i know you don’t like bergamot, but maybe you’ll enjoy mandarin?” says the handwritten thoughtful note from the *teafairy Let me tell you…this smells AMAAAAZING. it’s 100% a MANDARIN smelling tea. this isn’t orange, or random citrus, this is mandarin. And i, am a sucker for mandarins :) So great choice teafairy! I brewed this one up and man was it a tasty, tasty delicious treat. Seriously..this one is UBER delicious, especially if you love mandarins :)

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This sipdown is from Sil who got it from theTeaFairy.
Not really my thing, the mandarin is a little acidic for my mouth. I’ve had kind of a rough day, though, so maybe I should have drank it another time.

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