Mango Party Coffee Leaf Tea

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Mango Flavor
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Caffeine
Low
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REVIEW: OolongOwl.com
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“Mango Party sips in super smooth and creamy. The base is like orchard grass hay and light herbal with a finish of yellow mango. After each sip there is a stronger mango aftertaste. The Coffee Leaf Tea has a fresh feel and a thick texture. The tea gets sweeter as it cools going with the mango flavor. Mango Party would be great chilled for a sweet iced tea.”
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We went to Nicaragua and started making batches by hand for days on end. After hundreds of trials and playing with different species of leaf and the plethora of processing parameters, we came home with this fantastic and revolutionary Coffee Leaf Tea.

Don’t forget to steep this tea up to 3 times for an evolution of floral notes throughout the steeps.

SOURCING DETAILS
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- Single-estate biodynamic farm in Matagalpa, Nicaragua
- Hand-picked, hand-rolled, and processed on-site at the farm
- Less caffeine than green tea but higher in antioxidants
- Fully powered by on-site hydroelectric turbine to be as sustainable as possible
- Revolutionizes the coffee industry by employing farmers year-round
- Helps mitigate seasonal hunger and keep children in school during the year

SEE THE FARM AND THE PEOPLE BEHIND THE PRODUCT:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JkD9SDGaRiw

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Intense! I guess the newest version of this got a little extra flavour. It’s almost overwhelming in scent when you open the packet. Mango bubblegum.
Steeped, the roasted notes come out to play. I definitely see what people mean by guayasa or yerba mate, in the other reviews. Though if I hadn’t been told it was mango I’d have guessed apricot.
There is also a creamy element in here that I wasn’t expecting. Almost buttery in texture.
Not something I’d keep in the cupboard myself as I’m not a huge fan of guayasa. The complexity of this appeals to me, so I’d never turn down a cuppa :P

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Well, trying the second coffee leaf tea that I grabbed from Wize Monkey…

The dry leaf of this one smells really lovely; a strong, and very ripe mango aroma. I’ve been craving mango for like two weeks now, which I think is why I even ordered this one in the first place – so I was very excited to get this one steeped up.

However, I don’t think I’m really a fan of this one. The mint coffee leaf tea I tried earlier in the week is DEFINITELY better and there’s something just off about this one? It is very mango heavy and that’s not actually the thing in the blend that bothers me. I think it’s the coffee leaf base? There’s a strange buttery element and it tastes a lot more roasty than the other one did; like a really roasted yerba mate tea. That buttery roasty and almost nutty flavour just doesn’t suit the mango at all in my opinion and it really ruined the profile for me.

Ughhhh….

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