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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 15 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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From TWG Tea Company

A magnificent alliance of black tea and rare mango with a secret combination of TWG tea fruits and flowers that is fragrant and comforting.

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2216 tasting notes

It’s done! Finally!

Not a tea I’ve loved. The flavour is just way too much. I mean, it smells lovely but completely overpowering, and if overleafed at all it feels like I’m drinking mango perfume.

I think I like mango tea, but perhaps a milder mango tea.

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

Ack mango perfume. I’ve finally come to accept I only like fresh mangoes. No tea has surpassed my ridiculous expectations. :P


Mango seems hard to capture as far as taste and perfumes go. A lot of times it can smell too…. Ripe? If that makes any sense lol


I really don’t care for fresh mango, so the teas are a good alternative. :) Yeah, this one is like sniffing an overripe mango. That’s exactly it!


Did I send you any of Lupicia’s mango teas? I can’t remember now. I haven’t even tried them myself but some peopel really love them.


You did! An Alphonso mango one, even. :)

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1567 tasting notes

Thanks for passing some Alfonso down to me, OMGsrsly! The whole bag smelled like… peaches, I thought, and not mango. I had to separate it from the other samples because all the plastic bags were fruitastic.

I seriously thought it was peach this entire time, though. Like peach juice crystals, or sugary peach cocktail. I agree with OMGsrsly’s tip to ice this, so I made a nice jug o’ cold brew.

I still say it’s peach and not mango. I happened to have some dried mango earlier today and the two are worlds apart. The base is also a little on the dry side. Don’t know how else to describe it.

To be honest, now that I think about it, I’ve never been a fan of peach-flavoured things even though I love fresh peaches. Peach yogurt? Gross. Peach cocktail? Eh. But FWIW, for anyone who does like their peach-flavoured drinks, this is a much healthier alternative.


Yeah, I probably should have tin foiled this one. Sorry about that!

If you go smell those small yellow mangoes, it’s quite similar. So floral.


Ah, the Adolfo ones? I’ve had those before too but I just can’t get past the peach resemblance. And don’t worry about it! It was great to try one of their teas. :)


LOL. Yeah, I guess they’re kind of peachy, aren’t they. I don’t like the texture of mango, so I rarely have it. :)

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8177 tasting notes

huh…mango you say? I think not. I’m going to have to try this one again to see what i can make of it but colour me unimpressed with my first try of TWG teas courtesy of omgsrsly! :)

the science continues…

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No rating, because I think I screwed up somehow this.

A sample, so kindly sent by LaFleurBleue and my very first TWG tea (first singaporean tea as well). I am very fond of mangoes, am pretty fond of a green tea with Mango I have and love a black tea with peach and vanilla I own. And somehow mangoes and peaches have a certain similarity in my mind.

But something went wrong. The dry leaf smells like mangoes with a hint of sharpness I can not define. I brewed it up hot but not too much leaf and there was a pine quality to the tea which baffled me. Mango yes, but peculiar. As the tea got colder definite bourbon vanilla notes as well. Peculiar! Must experiment, I think it was probably too hot, will try much colder water and for longer.

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 15 sec

I haven’t tried this one yet, but have also been baffled by some other of their blends for which the brew was different from what I expected. I’ll have to try it soon…


There was a very pine-resin like note and some hibiscus-like tartness. Very very weird – I think I brew it wrong but even on the dry leaf there is a note, maybe hibiscus like? not hibiscus but something tart. but as I said, i got to experiment!

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