Paradise

Tea type
Black Fruit Blend
Ingredients
Black Tea, Blue Mallow Flowers, Dried Cranberries, Dried Papaya, Flavor, Mango, Strawberry Leaves
Flavors
Astringent, Mango, Musty, Sweet, Tannic, Tropical, Bitter
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
High
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “Been drinking this the past couple of days. I’m staying with my sister and I might be getting sick (oh noes!) so I’m drinking lots of tea to try and keep it at bay. It’s a very pleasant fruity tea....” Read full tasting note
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  • “Sipdown! This one is a rather vaguely tropical black tea. I definitely get mango, not sure about papaya (which is the other fruit mentioned). The base tea, which I think is a Ceylon, is a bit...” Read full tasting note
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  • “AllanK sent me a sample of this tea in our swap that I received the other day! :D Always eager to try more of Lupicia’s fruit teas, especially since I am probably going there this week! So need to...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Along with the tea in my Lupica I bought their Handy Cooler I think they call it. It a great one liter pitcher for cold brewing and making iced tea. I cold brewed this tea in it twice now and it is...” Read full tasting note

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A sweetly sour tea full of tropical fruits like papaya and mango. Makes a great iced tea as well.

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Been drinking this the past couple of days. I’m staying with my sister and I might be getting sick (oh noes!) so I’m drinking lots of tea to try and keep it at bay. It’s a very pleasant fruity tea. Like most Lupicia teas, the flavoring is pretty subtle, but I really like the combination of tropical fruits with cranberry — which is a little unexpected, but the result is quite nice. I just have to remind myself not to eat all the cranberries before steeping the tea…

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Sipdown!

This one is a rather vaguely tropical black tea. I definitely get mango, not sure about papaya (which is the other fruit mentioned). The base tea, which I think is a Ceylon, is a bit astringent, but that could also because this was the bottom of the tin. There’s also a slight mustiness which might be from the strawberry leaf dust?

Anyway, it’s perfectly pleasant, but I’m not a big tropical fruit person, and I also prefer Lupicia’s Alphonso Mango black tea to this one.

Flavors: Astringent, Mango, Musty, Sweet, Tannic, Tropical

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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AllanK sent me a sample of this tea in our swap that I received the other day! :D Always eager to try more of Lupicia’s fruit teas, especially since I am probably going there this week! So need to try all the samples of their teas that I have in case I find something amazing and wanna pick more up!
This one I don’t feel the need to pick up more of.
I feel like a lot of the fruity black teas from Lupicia aren’t as strong as the fruit teas with oolong bases. Three of my favorite fruit teas from there all have oolong bases. The ones with a black tea base kinda always come off a bit bitter. The fruit flavors don’t seem to hide the base all too well :(
Plus the fruity oolongs always have like a perfume-y feel/taste to them which I really really love! XD
The main flavor in this tea was mango, so of course I compared it to the “Ripe Mango Oolong” which I also adore. And this one hardly compared to the other, sooo I think I’ll stay with the Ripe Mango instead of this.
But I’m glad I got to try this! It’s not bad, but I think it would be better iced than hot. Thank you so much for the sample, AllanK!!

Flavors: Bitter, Mango, Sweet

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Along with the tea in my Lupica I bought their Handy Cooler I think they call it. It a great one liter pitcher for cold brewing and making iced tea. I cold brewed this tea in it twice now and it is good as an iced tea, quite sweet. Used about four tsp of leaf for one liter of iced tea and it was good.

TeaBrat

I have one of those coolers too, I really like mine

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I tried this when I went by the store over the weekend. It has more of a mango scent. The flavour is sweet and tropical, but still strong towards mango.

Probably better iced, and earlier in the year.

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