Love this tea- picked up a box at TJ Max, but cannot find it online or in any stores- where can I get more??
“Thank you Jillian for trading for this tea. The blend of saffron and mango interested me too and it was something I really wanted to taste. I have had this for a while and over that time had many...” Read full tasting note
“I can’t say enough good things about this tea. Mild green tea with a hint of sweetness from the mango. It is difficult to find…I stumbled upon it at our local Persian market.” Read full tasting note
“I was attracted to this tea by how unusual it is – saffron is an expensive substance and rarely used in teas. Regardless of how much was actually in there, I was curious enough to give this a try....” Read full tasting note
“This is the WORST tea I have ever had!! I am so upset that this company has ripped me off! I am very familiar with Saffron, and there is basically no saffron in this tea. The box is deceiving! No...” Read full tasting note
Saffron & Mango Fusion Green Tea.
The only place I have seen this is at TJ Maxx as well. But it really does have a relaxing refreshing taste. I look for it every time I visit that store.
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I got this tea from Marshall’s when I was buying a totebag and it was a bargain. I’ve never seen this in any stores, so I don’t know where it is normally sold. It has a nice mango-y flavor with a bit of saffron. Golden yellow color. It’s not too easy to taste green tea in this blend, Not too bad for a paper teabag but I was hoping for a stronger flavor. I might try two teabags next time.
Wow. Just..Wow. This tea (made with honey and patience) was beyond what I was expecting of it. I found it in a forgotten corner of a shelf at the back of a Ross store. It looked pitiful and unloved to I purchased it for the price of $3 (20 packets). I took this home and completely ignored the instructions (I’m glad I did) and made it the way I usually do my gunpowder green sencha, steep at 212 for 3 minutes. And wow did the flavours pop. The box said something about being good for positive moods and relaxing the mind. And boy it did just that.
While drinking this tea, I didn’t even notice myself sinking into my couch and propping my feet up and didn’t notice the fleece throw that seemed to have appeared on my body from thin air. I also didn’t notice my closed eyes and contented little smirk (my husband alerted me to it by asking what I was smiling about). I don’t remember the last time a tea has made me feel so relaxed and content. I slept 7 hours that night (which is great as a recovering insomniac).