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Ceylon Black Tea
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  • “Because I still haven’t gotten through all my Edmontonian teas and two BF orders are still patiently twiddling their thumbs in their opened boxes in my living room, I never even had the chance to...” Read full tasting note

From Under the Mango Tree

Our pure, 100% high mountain-grown teas are cultivated at elevations over 7,000 feet above sea level in an area free from pollution and pesticides. This high mountain paradise produces a remarkable blend of fresh and sweet Ceylon tea, that marries perfectly fruity flavour as mangoes, offering an unique refreshing texture and balanced astringency.

Our mango tea is made with Ceylon tea from Sri Lanka renowned for its delightful taste and character, and balanced ideally with the sweet, fruity aroma of mango fruit.

Under the Mango Tree tea uses dry mango from Tahiti, flavoured with the unique, fresh scent and flesh pulp of the fruit. The arome of juicy mango floats out as we open the magical box of our new tea, that will take you to the atmosphere of Tahiti.

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Because I still haven’t gotten through all my Edmontonian teas and two BF orders are still patiently twiddling their thumbs in their opened boxes in my living room, I never even had the chance to talk about the absolutely magnificent package Lala recently sent my way, packed full of all kinds of tea goodies, from loose-leaf, to bagged tea, honey sticks, and herbs. It’s so overwhelming, I don’t even know how long it would take to update my virtual cupboard! Seriously, Lala, thank you so incredibly much! Remember what I said, though. :)

I randomly picked something out of the huge box this morning, and lo and behold, this cute little sachet wound up in the palm of my hand. I never heard of this brand before, nor was it entered into the system, so I thought I’d give it a whirl.

I steeped and took a few sips before I even ventured out to find out more about this tea, immediately knowing it was a Ceylon from the first sip. The mango is very faint in flavour but a little stronger in scent. It most definitely smells like dried mango.

This could be interesting iced. I’m glad to try something totally new!

Lala

You are welcome. Enjoy!

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