drank SBT: Mango Peach by 52teas
871 tasting notes

Made this one as per instructions. Steeped for 3 minutes in approx. 2 cups boiling water, then filled up the pitcher with cold water and refrigerated over night.

On first sip, it tastes like a strong but flat black tea with peach flavour. I added about 2 TBSP of white sugar. I felt the sugar made it sweeter but it also made the peach flavour less. The peach is what I taste at the beginning of the sip, and I taste mango at then end of the sip. In the middle, there is a bit of mingling of those flavours with the black tea.

Overall, not my favourite SBT but it is still good. It is better with sweetener added. I think it seems to be getting better the longer it sits.

Edit: Resteeped using same directions as above. I actually think this one is better on the resteep. The black base is very light, but I am getting more peach and mango flavour. The peach is more dominate than the mango. It tastes light and creamy.

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I did foray into the world of coffee for a period of time, but I returned to my true love. I still, however, enjoy a good cup of java.

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