Pom Tango

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Black Tea
Apple, Black Tea, Mango, Pineapple, Pomegranate Seeds
Apple, Grenadine, Fruity, Mango, Pineapple, Artificial, Astringent, Cherry, Strawberry, Sweet, Tart, Tangy, Tropical, Sour, Sugar, Tea, Citrus, Orange, Grapes, Peach, Stonefruits, Honey, Berries
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195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec 5 g 11 oz / 332 ml

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  • “New tea #3! Picked this up on Monday because it just smelled too good to not get. I only got 15 g however, and the mango pieces are pretty weighty, so there’s not a whole lot left in my bag. Ah...” Read full tasting note
  • “I picked up a little sample of this tea out of curiosity. Oh my! It smells amazing! I’m enjoying the juiciness of this tea while the sunshine streams through my window. It feels like a mini...” Read full tasting note
  • “This was one of my free samples from my latest DAVIDsTEA order! It’s roasting in my office, so I wanted something fruity and light. This one delivers! I was going to put sugar in it, but thankfully...” Read full tasting note
  • “Funny story. The other night, my neighbour went streaking down the sidewalk, and out of nowhere, a cop showed up and stopped him. Impeccable timing. I’ve prepared this tea two ways: hot and...” Read full tasting note


Put some spring in your step

This may have been a long, cold winter, but this exotic fruit-filled black tea is a sure sign of sunnier days ahead. Bursting with fruity pomegranate seeds and big, luscious pieces of mango, it’s like a cross between your favourite breakfast tea and the best juice ever. And since spring weather can still be a bit unpredictable, you’ll be happy to know it’s equally amazing hot or iced. One cup and you’ll feel like dancing for joy.

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134 Tasting Notes

5547 tasting notes

This is obviously a popular blend because this is the third, I believe, year it’s come back in a row! It’s also the only non-herbal blend in this years collection. This is my first time trying it. Similar to Just Peachy I’m not really big into mango as a flavour, though you wouldn’t be able to tell based on how much of it I’ve been drinking lately. This year I’ve been much more open to trying things I’ve previously avoided, so I figured it was time to try this one out and see what the big deal about it is.

I prepared it cold brewed for my first tasting; based on the smell of the dry leaf I’m expecting more mango flavour than pomegranate though the smell of the tea steeping did smell strongly of both mango and pomegranate so I could be pleasantly surprised here.

The first thing I taste is indeed a very strong mango flavour; but it’s vibrant and juicy and I don’t mind it at all. The pomegranate flavour is pretty strong too. I don’t think I’ve ever tried mango and pomegranate paired together in anything, but they work really well together! The sweet, almost berry-like pomegranate flavour and tropical mango have really great juxtaposition and are just phenomenally mouth watering. I really, really love the flavour of pomegranate but it’s one of those fruits that I never think about or crave so when I do have it I kind of have that moment where I mentally go “I love pomegranate – why don’t I eat it more often?”. I’m definitely doing that right now, and kicking myself for not trying it sooner.

Other notes observed are sweet red apple, not surprising given that pomegranate is often described as tasting like a cross of cranberry and apple, and very juicy, ripe orange. The black base is smooth and mild, providing the perfect background for the lovely array of fruit flavours. Overall, this is a hydrating, robust and ultimately fun tea. I can definitely see it lending itself well to hot preparation methods, or to tea soda!

I may end up purchasing more of it so I can test out both of those methods of prep, though I don’t see myself getting a larger quantity because like I’ve talked about neither of the primary flavours, mango and pomegranate, are ones I lean towards heavily in every day drinking. I finally understand the popularity of this blend, though!

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238 tasting notes

I expected to love this tea. Based on the ingredients it’s got everything I love in a flavored black tea to ice – a balance of tart and sweet flavors. Unfortunately, I wasn’t over the moon about this blend…or the blend I ended up with in my 25g bag anyway. My 25g bag was, unfortunately, very light on the mango. I drank this iced and lightly sweetened with stevia. It was pleasant, but, due to the lack of mango, it’s not something that I’d rush to stock up on.

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415 tasting notes

Wow, I drank way too much caffeine today. I have the jitters. Hope I don’t have trouble getting to sleep tonight…

I got a 5 gram sample of this tea in with my most recent order from DAVIDs TEA. This isn’t something I would normally purchase since it’s black tea (black tea can be harsh on my stomach so I therefore rarely drink it) but since it wasn’t a pure black tea I decided to give it a try.

I steeped the entire 5 gram sample in 1 mug of 200 degree F water for 3.5 minutes then put the mug in the freezer for an hour to cool it off so that way the tea would be “iced”. The tea tasted like mangoes (with only a slightly artificial taste to it) with the base of black tea (glad I only steeped it for 3.5 min because it was on the cusp of going bitter). Overall a nice summer tea to try out iced. However, as mentioned, due to the fact that it is black tea (and the fact that I prefer my iced teas to be herbal) I will not be purchasing this one. I’m glad I tried it out though!

Flavors: Mango

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 30 sec 5 g 8 OZ / 250 ML

you aren’t missing out much on black teas. I’m not too much for them anymore. but the “peppery” taste is good for black teas


I could see “peppery” undertones working well for black teas :)


i agree 100%

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47 tasting notes

Before picking up this tea in-store, I reviewed the notes left by other reviewers who seem to really like it. So, I picked up a free sample of 25g with a David’s Tea promotion for the release of the new Summer Collection. It was pretty good. I had it iced. The mango comes through loud and clear. But I think I would like it better as a herbal tea, rather than as a black. I still need to try the Guava Cadabra which may be more to my liking.

All in all, it is a good tea, but not my favourite. Enjoyable, but definitely not an essential tea for me. I don’t think I will pick up any more, but I am glad that I had the chance to try it.

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325 tasting notes

Initially very excited to try this tea; it smelled wonderful and had a decent review.

First impression was orange, but there was something else I couldn’t quite place. Further into the cup I realized it tasted exactly like the smell of The Body Shop’s mango products. Very mango-y, but artificially so. Just couldn’t get over the fact that it felt like I was drinking body wash. Happy to say I don’t have any of this left.

205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 17 OZ / 500 ML

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726 tasting notes

This smelled really good while steeping..really fruity. But when I went to drink it, it totally turned on me! It was like a citrus hell. D:
Tasted some other fruity notes in the background, but I couldn’t deal with the citrus long enough to pick out what they were. I seriously do not handle citrus well…like at all. xD
i took about three sips and then I had to dump it. Oy. Not for me!!
Thanks for the sample though, EmilyGee! You definitely saved me money on this one!

Flavors: Citrus, Fruity, Orange, Sour


“like a citrus hell.” LOL, Thank you for making me laugh on a chilly Monday morning. :)

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338 tasting notes

I wish this would be made part of the permanent collection – yum! One of my favourite flavoured black teas, hands down. I remember it being slightly expensive for a black tea, but it has the all-elusive pomegranate (one of my favourite tea flavours). One of these days…

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307 tasting notes

This tea just doesn’t does it for me. There seemed to be a disconnect between the tea flavour and the fruit flavour, and while neither were off-putting, they just didn’t come together into a delicious, cohesive whole for me. But oh well, it looks like others enjoy it, so all the more for them.

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This tea is so good. I love flavored black teas but this one is my top 5 for sure. Do not overstepped as it will get way to strong

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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27 tasting notes

I am a big fan of this one – the mango, pomegranate is a delightful blend, heavy on the mango… it is also great no matter what time of year! I believe this was a spring collection tea, but on a chilly fall day it is warming and entirely satisfying! When I first got this tea, they had already ran out so I had to get a bunch of the small tins just to get my hands on it – WORTH IT!

Flavors: Mango, Pineapple

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