Lassi Mango

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Flavors, Flower Petals, Indian Black Tea, Mango Flavor
Flavors
Almond, Cookie, Creamy, Fruity, Malt, Mango, Smooth, Stewed Fruits, Sweet, Tangy
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Bulk, Loose Leaf
Caffeine
High
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “mmmm another tea from crowkettle super glad to try this since i adore mangos. This isn’t quite what i’d call mango lassi – too subdued for that, but then french teas are generally more subdued in...” Read full tasting note
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  • “It smells like MANGO BISCUITS (::dies::). Mangoes. Creamy, biscuit-y Mangoes. With almond flour. I’d given up on finding a Mango tea I liked until stumbling on DFs excellent passion fruit...” Read full tasting note
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From Dammann Freres

Invitation to a crossing of India with this blend gathering the sweet and fruity notes of a beautiful Nilgiri tea with the sweet flavor of mango. Combined in a recipe evoking the taste of the delicious drink from Punjab, a velvety cup offering a slight fruity acidity leading to a gourmet finish of stewed mango.

Dominant note : Exotic fruits
Type(s) of tea : Black Tea
Main flavor : Mango
Complementary flavor(s) : Almond, Biscuit

Ingredients
Black tea from India, aromas (almond, mango, biscuit, cereals), flower petals

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mmmm another tea from crowkettle super glad to try this since i adore mangos. This isn’t quite what i’d call mango lassi – too subdued for that, but then french teas are generally more subdued in their flavouring. Enjoyed this one though, even as it cooled (work distractions!)

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It smells like MANGO BISCUITS (::dies::).

Mangoes. Creamy, biscuit-y Mangoes. With almond flour.

I’d given up on finding a Mango tea I liked until stumbling on DFs excellent passion fruit flavouring (which isn’t remotely the same thing, but still). It’s not quite perfect and it’s simple, but I still love this tea to the point that I have to hide it from myself at times so I don’t drink it every day.

It may be a diluted, “baked” kind of Mango, and it’s unsurprisingly more of an almond cookie than a rich, tangy lassi (it’s missing the cardamom and yogurt mouthfeel) but it’s a Mango I can believe in (and buy in large quantities). The nilgiri base is also a plush, smooth cushion of a black tea. Not much of a nip, but enough to prevent this tasting flat.

Today I drank it alongside a dosa and sambar (South Indian Cuisine but still a fine pairing). And the sun is out! I can’t stay sad.

Steep Count: 2

Flavors: Almond, Cookie, Creamy, Fruity, Malt, Mango, Smooth, Stewed Fruits, Sweet, Tangy

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML
Cameron B.

I love Lupicia’s mango, but this sounds wonderful too!

CrowKettle

I’ve not had the pleasure of trying Lupicia’s mango teas (that ripe mango pouchong looks divine), but I imagine they’re better than this one (vague memories of trying momo and melon teas and remembering how vibrant and sweet they were).

Still, this one isn’t bad at all! :P

Cameron B.

I love Dammann in general so I’m sure I’d enjoy it. Definitely on the list for my next order!

P.S. – Just let me know if you’d like to try the Ripe Mango Oolong, I have plenty to share! :3

Kelmishka

Ahh, this sounds so delightful!

Courtney

Oooh! This one was on my wishlist, but I was waiting for some tea notes XD. You’ve made this sound just delicious!

CrowKettle

@Cameron B. – as a Canadian, trying Lupicia teas is a huge temptation; I may reach out when I get my (tea) life together :)

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