Definitely taste the mango and the black tea isn’t too strong. It’s just a perfect yummy cup of iced tea.
“Definitely taste the mango and the black tea isn’t too strong. It’s just a perfect yummy cup of iced tea.” Read full tasting note
“I had a Teavana gift card to spend and couldn’t decide what to get. The woman behind the counter suggested this after I said I needed a new tea for my new job. I wasn’t sure about it (and,...” Read full tasting note
“Bought this with an order last week to cold brew for iced tea. It is good. It seemed to get apathetic reviews from people brewing it hot but it is really good cold. The mango has a nice flavor and...” Read full tasting note
“A little strong on the mango. May try blending with an herbal tea next time.” Read full tasting note
Sunny mango and crisp black tea converge in a celebration of mango that’s as refreshing as a tropical rain shower.
This mango-lover’s dream blends mango chunks, candied mango and mango chips with Ceylon tea from Sri Lanka, Chinese black tea from the Hunan Province, passion fruit pieces and marigold petals.
Ingredients: Apple pieces, candied mango pieces (mango, sugar, citric acid), black tea, mango chips (mango, rice flour), natural flavor, mango pieces, passion fruit pieces (passion fruit juice concentrate, banana puree), marigold petals
How To Steep
3 Perfectea Scoops – Scoop loose leaf tea into infuser.
205°F – Heat fresh (preferably filtered) water.
8 fl oz – Pour water over sachet in cup.
3 min – Stay close to this steep time for optimal flavor.
Blends Well With
Golden Monkey Black Tea
Limeade Twist Herbal Tea
Peach Tranquility Herbal Tea
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I had a Teavana gift card to spend and couldn’t decide what to get. The woman behind the counter suggested this after I said I needed a new tea for my new job. I wasn’t sure about it (and, honestly, wasn’t feeling well and just wanted to get home), but nothing else was grabbing me, so I went with it.
It’s good. It’s just sweet enough. Slightly more caffeine than I was looking for, but I’d buy it again. My only complaint is that there’s way too much apple!
Flavors: Apple, Mango
Bought this with an order last week to cold brew for iced tea. It is good. It seemed to get apathetic reviews from people brewing it hot but it is really good cold. The mango has a nice flavor and the black tea is strictly in the background. This is one excellent way to wake up on a hot summer morning. I would definitely buy more of this once I run out. But I bought four ounces so I have enough for a while.
I brewed this overnight in a 32oz Lupica Handy Cooler with 4 tsp leaf.
I’m getting to the bottom of the bag and it’s starting to taste dusty. There’s a nondescript fruit flavor; I definitely wouldn’t call it mango. It tastes exponentially better with cream added, but I’m glad I’ve only got one cup of this one left. I don’t think I’ve ever been able to get it just right.
Flavors: Dust, Fruity
After purchasing tea and accessories for my mom’s birthday at Teavana, I qualified for a free sample so I got the Mango Black Flavored tea for myself. I am a huge fan of mango and thought this would be right up my ally!
I followed the directions given with this tea to steep. On a different occasion after having forgotten that I was steeping my tea noticed that the steeping longer did not have a negative affect on the flavor.
Visually, the tea has dried mango along with the black tea leaves though I didn’t notice a strong smell from the dry tea. After steeping, it turns a light golden brown with a slight mango smell. I sweeten with a teaspoon of sugar/honey.
Overall it has a light, refreshing mango taste. It would be the perfect tea for spring/summer. Great tea for any time of the day. I have yet to drink it cold, but I would imagine it would taste great. I would purchase this tea for the warmer months.
This just came out in the past few weeks. I used to be a HUGE Teavana fan. Unfortunately, there has been little to be excited about with Teavana lately. One new tea in the past 4-5 months? I was hoping for a new Summer Tea Collection or something like that, not just one measly tea! I’m not sure if it is the new ownership that is neglecting the product development of Teavana, but I used to really look forward to the new releases but now I rarely stop by to see what is new or check the website. After waiting a long time for a new tea, I found this one rather disappointing. It is an okay tea, but a bit expensive. It did not make a major impression on me. They are preparing it in-store as a blend with the Limeade Twist. For me, this was just….meh. I hope for some new and exciting releases in the future, but I am not holding my breath.