I really like this tea. If ind it better hot but it’s pretty good iced as well.
“Sipdown! 873. Still pretty meh about this one. Fruity greens and I typically don’t get along, so it’s not too surprising. There’s a bit of fruitiness coming through past the vegetal green tea base,...” Read full tasting note
“I apparently like this tea much more than others who rated it. I should preface this by saying that I love the taste of artificial peach and mango. As a kid I was a sucker for that peach drink...” Read full tasting note
“I am really falling in love with this tea, and green tea in general. It is not really a strong mango tea, but there are definite hints of mango throughout the tea. I think that they really got the...” Read full tasting note
“To me, this tastes just like another Canadian classic: Tim Hortons peach juice. I used to drink that stuff as a kid when my mparents went in for coffee (my Mum worked at a Timmie’s when I was very...” Read full tasting note
At our annual staff party last summer, we invented the best drink ever: iced green tea with mango-flavoured ice cubes. It was totally refreshing and subtly fruity, like drinking a cup of green tea while daydreaming about tropical fruit. Hence the name: The Daydreamer. We’ve recreated it for you here, with a sencha green tea lightly flavoured with mango, guava and mangousteen. Steep a cup and dream a little dream of tea. Limited edition.
Ingredients: Fair Trade Certified Sencha green tea, mango, safflower, marigold, natural and artificial mangousteen flavoring, artificial guava flavoring*.
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I tried this green tea when it was released a few years ago (I think it was 2013??) in the summer collection. I’m adding a tasting note because I remember it so fondly. I’ve never been a huge fan of green teas, straight or flavored, so this blend caught me by surprise. I wish I’d stocked up on it because it is everything I hope a flavored green tea to be – pleasantly bitter, flavorful and fruity. I love trying tropical blends, regardless of the base, so this tea, and its combination of guava, mango and mangosteen, was very well-received. It’s really tasty.
Flavors: Bitter, Guava, Mango
Another one I’ve had forever but haven’t drank in ages or logged ever.
I don’t like the smell of this one steeped. I did overleaf so that could be part of the problem, but my goodness it smells weird. Maybe it’s the age, or maybe it’s ‘cause it’s a green tea…? I actually have NO idea when I bought this one. I can’t remember if it was around last summer or the summer before that? I’m assuming it’s a summer tea.. I might even be wrong about that.
Some sugar added. Water was left to cool in the kettle for 5-10mins after boiling so I’m hoping it was cool enough for the leaves.
I’m not getting any bitterness to it. Yaaay! It mostly tastes like… green tea. I think the fruitiness of this one as faded a lot. It says there’s mango in it… I think it’s getting lost as the green tea is definitely taking the centre stage.
I think I’m going to bid this one farewell also as I can’t see me finishing it. I would have given it away if it wasn’t aged there a bit.. I seriously wish I knew when I got this one… oh well…
Apparently it is so good that I will be day dreaming about it all day haha. Not so accurate. What I mean is that it’s not terrible, but there are better teas out there.
It has sencha green tea leaves, mango, safflower, marigold, natural and artificial mangousteen flavoring, artificial guava flavoring. Personally, I like my tea to be more natural than this.
The main thing that you can taste when you drink this tea is the green tea itself. It’s kind of boring, I was expecting more fruitiness with all these ingredients!
I was surprised by the very mild aroma of this tea. I expected. The smell of mango to be more prevalent. Really the only specific scent I did pick up was peach, which oddly is not listed on the ingredients. The liquor is a darkish yellow with a green tint to it. Not a lot of richness present in this look of the tea. The favour and body are both extremely mild. The fruit flavour was mostly an aftertaste. No one flavour becomes apparent above the rest. It’s a very smooth blend. Vaguely floral after a few sips. Not as bitter as the more traditional green teas, but it gets more apparent towards the end of the pot.
Got this as a sample & decided to give it a try even though I’d been thinking I’m not one for Japanese green teas. This smelled heavenly dry & steeped; lovely mango/tropical fruity aroma. The taste is more lightly green with a fruity undertone. Some astringency, but not bitter. Rejuvenated my curiosity in Japanese greens, but I think I’ll stick to the flavored Senchas.
I love guava. But unfortunately I don’t really taste a strong guava flavour. I do like however the soft fruity taste. It’s not over powering and its not too tasteless. For me this is a comforting tea and I love it. I can only imagine how amazing it would be cold. I have finally gotten the hang of brewing green teas.