Tropic Tango

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Fruit Herbal Blend
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  • “This smells strongly of delicious sour candy as it’s sitting beside me. The flavor is really tasty and bright too. It’s like citrus and mango candy. I really enjoy it cold. They were having a BOGO...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Iced Tea/Cold Brew Sipdown (262) I made this in my iced tea press yesterday afternoon and then didn’t end up drinking it. My sister threw it in the fridge and it sat there until I grabbed it...” Read full tasting note
  • “Sipdown….been too frustrated to log much of anything lately, which in turn frustrates me because my count/logs/thoughts on the teas that I had over the past 2 weeks or so are gone. Oh well. ...” Read full tasting note
    75
  • “Another new tea – and, fun fact, I named this one! I think this is my least favourite of the three new teas, though I do still like it a fair bit. My main thing with this blend is that it’s really...” Read full tasting note

From DAVIDsTEA

Feeling the heat? Meet your new tropical essential: this sweet, creamy and fruity sun-kissed infusion. With its iceable combination of luscious mango, candied papaya and a creamy swirl of coconut, every sip feels like a wave of refreshment. The best part? It’s caffeine-free, meaning you can ice up this kid-friendly thirst-quencher any time of day.

Sweet mango and tropical papaya flavours balanced with a tart acidity and a lingering creamy finish.

What makes it great

Feeling the heat? Quench your thirst with this ultra-hydrating iced tea.

A great alternative to sweet fruit juices.

This fruit infusion is caffeine-free, so even the kids can get in on the iced tea action.

Apple (apple, citric acid), Candied papaya (papaya, sugar), Candied mango (mango, sugar), Hibiscus blossoms, Natural (mango, cream) flavouring, Beetroot, Carrot, Coconut (coconut, sugar), Cornflower blossoms.

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DavidsTea is a Canadian specialty tea and tea accessory retailer based in Montreal, Quebec. It is the largest Canadian-based specialty tea boutique in the country, with its first store having opened in 2008.

8 Tasting Notes

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This smells strongly of delicious sour candy as it’s sitting beside me. The flavor is really tasty and bright too. It’s like citrus and mango candy. I really enjoy it cold. They were having a BOGO tin sale, and I’m glad I chose this one! Not too tart at all – really one of the best fruit teas I’ve had in a while.

Tiffany :)

I got some tins of this during the BOGO this summer (maybe 4 or 6?) but haven’t gotten around to it yet, excited by your note!

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Iced Tea/Cold Brew Sipdown (262)

I made this in my iced tea press yesterday afternoon and then didn’t end up drinking it. My sister threw it in the fridge and it sat there until I grabbed it tonight.

My tastebuds must have been having a day off because this tasted like an overly sweet caramel popcorn…with candied mango. I was not a fan but also I think something went wrong.

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Sipdown….been too frustrated to log much of anything lately, which in turn frustrates me because my count/logs/thoughts on the teas that I had over the past 2 weeks or so are gone. Oh well. Sipdown, so that’s nice…..maybe I’ll get a few more done over August. Waiting on a sale with a tea company to pick up more pina colada but they keep not having one! Booo. This one was decent enough to drink but not exciting enough for me to keep it over pina colada when the other tea is cheaper and tastier.

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Another new tea – and, fun fact, I named this one!

I think this is my least favourite of the three new teas, though I do still like it a fair bit. My main thing with this blend is that it’s really sweet, and the kind of flavour profile that I personally feel like I would get sick of quite quickly if I drank it over and over…

The main profile here is a very juicy and slightly tangy mango flavour paired with a creamy, tropical coconut profile. It’s very coating in the mouth, and while you get a tinge of tang/acidity it’s primarily a candied mango note with a creamy coconut undertone. It reminds me a little bit of this off brand mango ice cream I had once that was surprisingly tangy with a SUPER rich “mango ripple” that ran throughout it. It was the kind of thing that tasted amazing, but after a small scoop of it the flavour was too rich to have much more…

And because I would feel bad not saying it, the stevia is pretty darn strong in this one. In general, I seem to have a much higher tolerance for stevia than a lot of people do but even I’m struggling a little bit with the presence of it in this blend. It’s a strong tea on its own, so with that added stevia element I tend to keep the steep times for this tea pretty short. I think it’s better/less noticeable when you ice the blend.

I picked up some of this for myself, mostly for cold brewing, but I am sure I will drink it sparingly so that I don’t tire of it too quickly…

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts and feelings regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

apieceofquiche

On names (and brief descriptions!) alone, I was most excited about this one. Then I saw the ingredient deck…infernal carrots. I picked up one of the sampler kits to give it a try. Maybe I’ll pick out the carrots. Grr.

Roswell Strange

Out of curiosity, what is it about the carrots that’s a turn off? That’s not really an ingredient I’ve seen people avoid, though I guess I have seen people weirded out by the presence of them in tea blends.

Nattie

Added to my wishlist just because you named it ^^ even though it’s unlikely I’ll ever get to try it

apieceofquiche

I’m not really weirded out by it. I just find it gives an earthy flavor. That sort of flavor makes sense in a blend that highlights carrots, like Carrot Cupcake…or in a blend like Sunny C, because oranges and carrots are often paired together in juices and so forth. But, it seems like a really odd addition in other blends, like this one or Luscious Watermelon.

Roswell Strange

Totally fair!

Sil

there’s no stevia in the ingredient list online…..that makes me not happy.

Roswell Strange

Hmm, that’s weird… I’ll double check when I get in to work tomorrow…

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