Very soothing tea with just a bit of sugar to bring out those tropical tastes.
Maybe it’s boring, but I kind of like it that way sometimes!
“Having an afternoon tea here, this came for free at the office, I actually don’t mind this one. I brewed it and then poured it over ice and it’s pretty good that way. The sunny weather here is...” Read full tasting note
“Had this earlier while out with the kids, because it was the only tea on their roster that appealed to me. I doubt I got the full effect, as it came to me already immersed in boiling water; I took...” Read full tasting note
“Wow, alright. This appears to be a tea that Steepster either loves or hates. We’ll see how this goes. The dry bag smells very appealing. Like a mix between sencha, pineapple, and mango. Heavy on...” Read full tasting note
“It tastes like fake and overripe/almost rotten mango with a base of bitter, low quality green tea. If I felt like manning up, I could probably drink this cup, but I’d be making a face all the way...” Read full tasting note
Green Tea Tropical green tea boasts smooth green tea leaves that harmoniously blend with sweet tropical fruits to create a sensation as uplifting as a breeze of the isle of Papenoo. A healthy and refreshing blend rich in antioxidants, Green Tea Tropical makes an ideal introduction to green tea.
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Finished this up making a huge pitcher of iced tea! It was a nice journey trying Mighty Leaf’s sample set. I don’t think I’ll be buying a large tin of this or any of the other Mighty Leaf teas I have tried. I love trying new things! Anyway, I added a slice of lime to the iced tea and a little bit of Adagio’s lemongrass. Refreshing!
Before I bought a box of this, I looked up reviews on mightyleaf.com and it had glowing reviews so I bought a box.
I didn’t like it, it was bitter and had a bad aftertaste. You could probably put a regular Celestial seasonings green tea and tell me it’s mighty leaf and I probably wouldn’t know..
There is a strong tropical aroma from this teabag, which gives me quite some joy. Most teabags are weak and pale, but Mighty Leaf seem to be consistent with their potently scented teas.
Steeping gives a light yellow-lime brew, with more green tea than tropical scents. From the aroma, I can tell each apart, which leads me to believe the taste will be the same as well.
The green tea is not what I thought it would be, which is extremely bland. You can taste that it is green tea, but the quality is severely lacking.
The tropical flavor is barely there, probably enough to distinguish from the flat green tea. There is little to no fruitiness the aromas have teased about.
To be honest, I had low expectations once I caught the aroma during steeping. I didn’t want to believe that the green tea wasn’t going to be great, or even at least good, but it was too grassy to even think otherwise. It would have benefited with more tropical flavoring and a more subtle or at least better tasting green tea.
Normally I go for plain green teas but one day while studying at a cafe I thought I’d give this one a go – bad choice! It was awful. I had my hopes up because I have tried mighty leaf teas before and I had known them to be of good quality, but this one tasted very artificial and just plain awful. I did my best to finish the cup because I hate to let things go to waste, but I basically chugged it.
To be frank, if I could describe the taste of this tea in one word it would be “glue”.