Because I still haven’t gotten through all my Edmontonian teas and two BF orders are still patiently twiddling their thumbs in their opened boxes in my living room, I never even had the chance to talk about the absolutely magnificent package Lala recently sent my way, packed full of all kinds of tea goodies, from loose-leaf, to bagged tea, honey sticks, and herbs. It’s so overwhelming, I don’t even know how long it would take to update my virtual cupboard! Seriously, Lala, thank you so incredibly much! Remember what I said, though. :)
I randomly picked something out of the huge box this morning, and lo and behold, this cute little sachet wound up in the palm of my hand. I never heard of this brand before, nor was it entered into the system, so I thought I’d give it a whirl.
I steeped and took a few sips before I even ventured out to find out more about this tea, immediately knowing it was a Ceylon from the first sip. The mango is very faint in flavour but a little stronger in scent. It most definitely smells like dried mango.
This could be interesting iced. I’m glad to try something totally new!