Mango Tango Ceylon

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Ceylon Black Tea, Mango Flavor, Passionfruit Flavor
Floral, Mango, Passion Fruit
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This blend of crisp Ceylon black tea with fresh passion fruit and mango creates a light and fruity combination that will have you dancing in any season. It brews into a deep, reddish liquor with a heady, bright aroma that lends itself to versatility; a steamy pot will warm you up in winter, while served iced it will gently cool on hot summer days.

Ingredients: Ceylon black tea, passion fruit and mango natural flavours.

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Thank you whatshesaid for the very thoughtful add in to the package you sent me! Because you suggested that I’d like this specifically for cold brewing, that’s how I decided to use up the sample from you – and you were right, this did make for a good cold brew!

It had a very powerful and fragrant mango aroma with a kind of floral undertone, and taste wise the mango definitely carried through in an almost “punch like” way, along with that very light floral quality. The black base itself was a little coppery tasting, but I liked the way that played with the mango. I also could taste the passion fruit in this, which of course delighted me, although it was fairly masked by the strong mango.

Overall a good cold brew, so thanks again!

Flavors: Floral, Mango, Passion Fruit

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Another one from the TOTM Club my hubby signed me up for a couple years ago. Just unsealed it this summer. I cold brewed it in my fridge for a day or so.

Another ok mango flavoured tea. I love mango flavoured anything, mangoes are my favourite fruit after all.

When it comes to tea, though, I think I prefer herbals with chunks of mango vs a black tea with mango flavouring added.

I am thinking I might be underleafing my cold brewed teas, because I’m not finding the flavours to be very strong. I might be better off just going for it and using up a bunch of fruity tea that way.

I’m also thinking I’d likely get more flavour if I would make hot tea and then stick it in the fridge because the cold brewing doesn’t seem to do the trick. Anyway, this was another vaguely fruity iced tea, nice and cold and serves its purpose!

It’s no Tropicalia though.

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