Sorry I wasn’t able to get a picture from the NTL website.

Of course once I get a bunch of new teas I am keen to try them all, so I thought I would give this mango pu-erh a whirl.

This actually smells very nice and natural in the bag. I steeped the tea for 2-3 minutes (sorry don’t have an exact parameter).

Yum! I really like this. The mango flavor is very sweet and natural and it doesn’t overpower the pu-erh. It has a chocolate sort of taste. These two flavors go fairly well together. I decided to add some soymilk to this because I was wondering how it would be as a latte. I think I prefer it plain but it is nice with the soy, it’s kind of like a tropical milkshake.

Overall, good! I think I would get some more of this. The marigold petals are a nice touch. I much prefer this flavor over the cherry.

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