Mango & Chili

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  • “I love TJ’s dearly, but their teas are mostly a let down. I should have known better and resisted, but the lure of a spicy tea was too much for me to pass up. I cold steeped this overnight in the...” Read full tasting note

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A long, long time ago we started selling Dried Chile Spiced Mango. Something about the combination of sweet, juicy mango and the heat from dried red chiles made this product irresistible. And now, with Mango Season upon us, we transformed these flavors into a unique, new product: Trader Joe’s Organic Mango & Chile Black Tea.

Our Organic Mango & Chile Black Tea is made of high-grade black tea, and then flavored with organic dried mango pieces and organic dried red chile. All three of the ingredients in this tea are grown and processed in Sri Lanka, the world’s fourth largest producer of tea—so they really know their stuff.

The dried mango pieces give a tropical sweetness to the classic, strong flavors of black tea leaves, while the dried chile adds a little kick to the finishing taste. These three ingredients—and only these three ingredients—are mixed and sealed in pyramid-shaped bags that allow for excellent steeping.

To brew this tea, pour boiling water over one tea bag and steep for 5-7 minutes. Add a splash of Trader Joe’s Coconut Creamer or Coconut Milk for a creamy tropical twist. Or, brew as an iced tea—a sweet and spicy summer treat!

For $3.49, you can pick up a 1.4 ounce tin (20 bags) of Trader Joe’s Organic Mango & Chile Black Tea. Or two. Or three. This special, limited item will be gone in the blink of an eye—or in the sip of some tea, if you will.

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I love TJ’s dearly, but their teas are mostly a let down. I should have known better and resisted, but the lure of a spicy tea was too much for me to pass up. I cold steeped this overnight in the fridge and woke up to a tea who’s first taste is of alkaline, which I always equate to dirt. Dirt tea, mmmmmmm! After the alkaline washes away, I am greeted by some heat and the flavor of fruit. Over all, it was a let down. I might try adding some creamer to see if that helps with the dirt, but I’m worried that it will tame down the chili which was the selling factor for me. :/

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juliebeth

oh that stinks. this one has tempted me, as well. maybe i’ll pass…

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