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Coming over from a sheng session, steeped this one for a long time but it’s pretty subtle.
Sweetness coats the tongue, not really much spice to speak of but I have a few traces of pepper on the body. It’s a bit like hot sweet pumpkin water, which is close to the expectations set by the wrapper. Maybe akin to suckling on pumpkin seeds? Come to mention it, I miss roasted pumpkin seeds with some sea salt.
Maybe this one is better suited for the cooler autumn months and not bearing down on a hot FL summer…
All the same, this tea is middling at best compared to some nice loose leaf. I won’t pour it out but I liked the mango moringa better. The taste made more sense to my head.
I will preface by saying I ran my kettle too low on this tea and ended up short on water, but the bag was already wet so I just modified my steep time.
Didn’t want too much tea anyway, just a spot more for the afternoon.
This definitely smells a lot like mango, but with a syrupy herbal sweetness too. I’m channeling Rooibos.
The taste is quite herbal, maybe almost bready on the body? Its definitely “something,” but I’m thinking this is really more of a tisane. There’s a buttery smoothness too. I actually don’t like the texture of mangos all that much (I’m a bad creature, I know.)
Though this one brings that sort of slimy sweetness and rolls it over your tongue. Really the most surprising part of this drink is the mouthfeel and finish. It’s creamy/milky. The empty cup has quite a sweet and pleasant smell to it, like a lightly sweetened caramel milk tea.
I like it, if for the experience alone. Might be apt to try the pumpkin spice variant at some point in the year.
Flavors: Herbaceous, Honey, Mango, Milky, Syrupy, Wheat
Hello again, Miracle Tree. I’ve reached the point where I flinch a little just seeing the brand name because it often sounds so promising and just doesn’t meet expectations.
This one has a clear artificial apple cider flavor, like when fall hits and the companies that aren’t 100% in on pumpkin spice decide we need some kind of fall flavor, and they all kind of start to taste the same. I’d love if we actually had some apple or cinnamon in here, but just “natural flavoring” and a lot of moringa. Yeah, not for me.
sipsby bagged advent, day 13
A sipsby pick from this month, and a disappointing one at that. I love a good, spicy chai and having an option with extra caffeine was exciting to me.
I don’t get much chai from this at all. There’s a hint of spice that’s almost entirely overpowered by moringa. I can see this working for someone who likes more subtle flavors in their tea, but it isn’t for me.
Flavors: Bitter, Green
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I was intrigued to see this, I’ve never had a flavored moringa without other ingredients. And honestly I don’t really know what moringa tastes like, as I don’t think I’ve ever had it plain either. So trying new things, yay! I’m surprised by the steeped color, it’s a warmish medium brown and I expected it to be more green. The taste is also not what I expected – earthy, a bit haylike with a touch of cucumber. I was expecting a grassier, greener flavor so that’s interesting. It’s quite mild overall. The flavorings are mild as well, though they’re tasting a bit artificial to me. The end of the sip is pure cucumber, and then eventually a hint of mineral smoke shows itself as well.
Very interesting, and not at all what I expected!
Flavors: Artificial, Cucumber, Earthy, Hay, Herbaceous, Honey, Milk, Mineral, Smoke, Sweet
#tiffanys2021sipdown Tea #183 overall / Tea #7 for May
Tuesday 5/4 —Miracle Tree Moringa Mango 2 teabags. Last of the 4 I had from an old Sipsby box.
Last/this/next week my schedule at work isn’t too bad, I have a couple new coworkers (2 ladies) at my main hotel who I’m enjoying, soccer season is starting up (#columbustilidie GO CREW! (:), get to see my immediate family for first family gathering since March 2021 later in the month, life is good.. just need to get my 3-4 trips minimum in (getting that travel bug itch), more if possible… and then I seriously do it to myself and work a double shift 5/4 (7-2 and 3-11) 5/4 which is fine because 5/5 was an off day.. and then working 7-3 as well 5/5. Oof. I guess I’ll nap in the afternoon of May 5th?
Anywho – TL;DR LIFE IS FULL BUT GOOD and I brewed this hot & plain (2 teabags) in my trusty DT navy blue tumbler and had in evening shift at my regular hotel.
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#tiffanys2021sipdown Tea #102 overall / Tea #18 for March
Sat 3/13/21 (WRITTEN 3/18/21) — Miracle Tree Mango Moringa (2 teabags) So same as my note for B&B Mulled Cider. At the hotel 3/12 and steeped this in warm water from the lobby container. Unlike that one this one made with two teabags actually turned out okay when I drank it 3/13. I don’t know what moringa is supposed to taste like thought. I had 4 teabags in total come in a sipsby box awhile ago, so I still need to get the other two sipped down to have this tea out of my collection.
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I don’t love this one. It smells so deliciously fruity, but the taste is mineral and dust. It’s vaguely fruity, I guess, but I’m not picking out anything specific. I’m glad my husband really likes this one because I probably won’t be drinking it very often.
Flavors: Drying, Dust, Fruity, Mineral
There were four teabags of this in my January Sips by box. Hopefully since I changed my tastes preferences, they won’t give me chai every month anymore…
I drank the first two bags earlier today and figured I would just finish the remaining ones off tonight in one of my recently purchased larger teacups. In the cup earlier I didn’t notice much bitterness, but I am getting some in this cup. I don’t think it’s coming from the tea, likely from the moringa as it has a slightly different bitter flavor. I am getting a tinge of algae-like green flavor as well, which I assume is also from the moringa.
Otherwise, it’s a relatively mild and generic chai with notes of clove, cardamom, and cinnamon, and a hint of black pepper warmth. It would be nice enough, but the moringa bitterness is sort of ruining this cup for me.
Flavors: Bitter, Black Pepper, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Clove, Seaweed, Vegetal
Having a thoroughly irritating Monday. Didn’t have time to make anything fancier, so decided to sip this down in preparation for my October Sips By box. Low-maintenance and un-fancy though it is, I quite like this one. The moringa has a nice wholesome flavor to it and the chocolate is helping improve my mood a little. This is definitely restock-worthy, once I get to the point of having any business purchasing full boxes of tea.
First time trying moringa! Thank you, Sips By.
Moringa is supposed to be super nutritious and healthy. It does taste a lot like a true tea, minus the caffeine. It’s satisfying in the same ways as a cup of oolong, in that it has a nice roasty taste/ feel to it. The chocolate flavoring pairs with it well. Will likely buy a whole box of this after I sip some of my other teas down.
I received this in my SipyBy box this month and couldn’t wait to try it. I’m a bit burnt out on chaos after fall, but I love moringa. I was very pleasantly surprised by the balance of spices- cinnamon, cardamom, and ginger are balanced very well. This definitely gave me a boost of caffeine, and none of the jitters I get from coffee. I always welcome the addition of moringa, it’s one of y favorite ‘superfoods.’ It seems Miracle Tree also has some straight moringa+flavoring blends that I’m very excited to try with my SipsBy code.
I was hopeful this wouldn’t be bad, as my mom picked it up from a discount department store.
I’ve never tasted a cocktail of pond water and kerosene…but those are the flavors I think I’m picking up. I may put the rest of the bags in with the garden mulch. However, I fear I may kill the friendly worms that help our soils.
Another teabox find! I need to make a few selections and send it on soon :)
The tea itself here is pretty underwhelming – kind of a mild green strawberry – but it led me to look up the Moringa plant, which is pretty fabulous. So this will probably lead to some new smoothie mixes at least?