I love mango like I love peaches. So this tea was a “MUST TRY”. Preparing it like I do with all my herbal teas. I awaited for the smell of the contains in the pouch was pleasant. My first attempt to taste its revealing nectar the tea was still hot (stupid me). My actual first sip was greeted by mango. The mango flavor from the liquor was not strong or little, but inviting upon my pallet. It was completed with a bitter taste that left me puzzled. Was this the taste of the passion fruit? I waited some more to see if letting it cool would make a difference. This was better for you had the mango with a touch of passion fruit. I will say that this tea is not one to serve or drink when hot. Let it cool for a few minutes to enjoy its liquor.

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A fellow young man who indulges in the joyfulness of tea. I am the odd one in my family. For either they love coffee or pop, but I am the tea lover. I like to sample it like wine in identifying its characteristics. A family joke is that I was adopted, because of our German heritage. Either way I raise a cup to new friends and old one too. Is it tea time?


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