Mango and Yogurt

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A unique blend of tropical tastes. The fragrant mango combines with the sweet yogurt to heighten the fruity tart taste of this TeaFrog specialty tea.

Ingredients: Mango pieces, yogurt pieces, hibiscus, rosehip, apple pieces, orange peel, coconut flakes, strawberry leaves, black currants.

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TeaFrog ships high quality tea to anywhere in North America. Founded in 2006 by Mike and Melanie, TeaFrog endeavors make quality tea accessible to more people, as well as educating the community about the benefits and the myths of tea.

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2036 tasting notes

Cue Rabs: You can’t a have-a the Mango. slap (There, I did it for you this time. ;-))

This is my first taste of a more recent TeaFrog sample purchase (which accompanied a full order of the Chocolate and Cream and the Assam Banaspaty… yum!)

I was expecting to smell mango when I opened the sample packet but I smelled something that was more like chocolate, or maybe vanilla. You know how those notes can actually be reminiscent of each other depending on concentration. At first I thought I’d picked up the wrong packet by mistake, then it dawned on me that was the yogurt I was smelling. Duh.

Now that I think about it I’m not even really sure what moved me to get this one as I am not a yogurt fan in the least. It has that sour milk, baby puke thing going on for me. Curiosity, I guess.

Having just come off of another fruit tisane experience where I didn’t use enough fruit the first time, I’m using the whole sample packet in my steep. It’s a chunky fruit mix in a palette of browns, burgundies, tans. My second of the evening.

I think I probably was right to use the full packet because the liquor is that deep red color you get from hibiscus in blends, but only if you use enough of the mix. It smells fruity and creamy. I can smell the hibiscus, too.

And it tastes pretty much as it smells, with one small modification. There is more fruit and less cream in the flavor than in the aroma. I’m not tasting mango so much as a generic fruit flavor that seems to have a lot of apple and a lot of strawberry to it. There’s a slight tartness, which I am guessing is from the rose hips.

I don’t know for sure, but I think increasing the yogurt/cream aspect so that it is more of the balance could really make a positive difference in how I perceive this tisane. I wanted it to taste more like it smelled. I can taste the yogurt (as cream and sweet, not sour milk) particularly in the aftertaste and it’s a good combination of flavors, but the fruit and herbs overpower it to some extent and relegate it to showing up primarily in the aftertaste. The idea of a creamy, fruit tisane is very appealing to me, but this one doesn’t lean far enough toward the cream for me. I wonder whether if the mango taste had been more prevalent the cream would have tasted as though it was more present as well. It seems to me it might have, as I got the sense the yogurt was spending most of its creaminess taming the tarter aspects of the flavor.

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I have yet to get past your first paragraph because it made me squee :D Thank you!


…and the rest of the note’s great too — especially the baby vomit part. Mmmm…baby vomit…

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1015 tasting notes

This tea got me by the name and it sounded so delicious. The scent was near perfection both before and after brewing. I was a bit scared by the bright pink hibiscus hue to my tea and the tea was very tart plain. After adding a bit of honey, the tartness was toned down just enough and the tea was very fruity and creamy. I really enjoyed this one and my husband was crazy about it.

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127 tasting notes

Bleh. I’d call this hibiscus and yogurt rather than mango and yogurt. The taste is hibiscus, yogurt, then random fruit mixture. Not something I want to drink again, but I did finish the cup.

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63 tasting notes

This was better than Hawaiian Cocktail, but I doubt it is something I would buy again. It has a nice, fruity smell (both dry and brewed) and the yogurt gives a bit of extra richness. Having said that, it doesn’t really remind me of mango much at all. Instead, it is a seemingly random fruity taste that is very close to being overpowered by the hibiscus.

While it isn’t terrible, I was really hoping for something more…mango-ey.

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1184 tasting notes

As others have mentioned, I didn’t really get any mango taste but that doesn’t mean that it wasn’t good. It was still creamy and fruity.
It maybe had too much hibiscus flavour for me though, however the strong pink colour is pretty.

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