Blue Mango Iced Tea

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Fruit Herbal Blend
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Caffeine Free
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  • “I was recently on vacation, and I kept a pitcher of this in the fridge in the Airbnb so I could quickly fill my tumbler before leaving each morning. The butterfly pea flower definitely makes this...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Cold Brew Sipdown (225) Strange VariaTEA TTB: Tea 21 Pulled this teabag that Roswell Strange shared in the SVTTB and drank it almost a week ago. Thank you!! The tea was fine. At some points I got...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Cold Brew! Another that came well recommended to me from Instagram tea friends, but unfortunately this was a bit more of a disappointment. While it does steep a beautiful, deep azure blue the taste...” Read full tasting note

From Adagio Teas

Get the little paper umbrellas ready, because we’ve got a cool, blue beverage and it’s everything you didn’t know you needed this summer. Kick back and relax with this tropical iced tea blended with lemongrass, butterfly pea flower and essence of mango. One sip and you’ll be transported to a white sandy beach with crystal clear waters lapping at your feet.

Herbal Tea | No caffeine | Quart of water and refrigerate overnight.

Blended With Lemon Grass, Butterfly Pea Flower, Chamomile Flowers, Rose Hips, Natural Mango Flavor, Marigold Flowers, Mango Pieces & Lychee Flavor
Native to the tropical regions of Asia, the Butterfly Pea Flower is known for its strikingly deep blue color. The flower is used as a natural food coloring and is commonly used to tint rice dishes in Malaysia. In Thailand, a blue drink called “nam dok anchan” is sometimes consumed with a drop of sweet lime juice which turns the drink into a pink-purple color.

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Adagio Teas has become one of the most popular destinations for tea online. Its products are available online at www.adagio.com and in many gourmet and health food stores.

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I was recently on vacation, and I kept a pitcher of this in the fridge in the Airbnb so I could quickly fill my tumbler before leaving each morning. The butterfly pea flower definitely makes this blend too savory, but this one only comes in pitcher packs, so I didn’t pick the flowers out at the time. Now that I’m back home, I cut open the packs and throw out the flowers before brewing. Even so, the flavor is quite savory, and I don’t taste any mango. I taste lemongrass and something rather plain.

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Cold Brew Sipdown (225)

Strange VariaTEA TTB: Tea 21

Pulled this teabag that Roswell Strange shared in the SVTTB and drank it almost a week ago. Thank you!! The tea was fine. At some points I got light mango flavour. It tricked me into thinking I may like it but as I kept drinking the chamomile built up and really ruined it for me. At times I got even a nutty sort of note that reminded me of Forever Nuts and literally nothing should have given that vibe.

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Hi! I was wondering if it is possible to be added to participate in the Strange VariaTEA TTB? I just finished participating in another TTB and really loved it! Please let me know if it’s still circulating and taking new participants! I commented on your Instagram as well :)

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Cold Brew!

Another that came well recommended to me from Instagram tea friends, but unfortunately this was a bit more of a disappointment. While it does steep a beautiful, deep azure blue the taste just wasn’t enjoyable. Very, very lemongrass forward with the strong and unpleasant floral taste of chamomile bringing up the tail end. I knew this one was a gamble for me, as I don’t like chamomile and I’m iffy with lemongrass, but I honestly didn’t expect them to be this level of intense. I didn’t really taste any mango or lychee at all, and so there was nothing to counterbalance those flavours for me…

In the end, I ended up mixing it about 50/50 with lemonade and that produced something drinkable – but not great.

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