Mango & Banana

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Banana, Black Tea, Flavors, Mango
Flavors
banana, Mango, Tea, Tropical
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Loose Leaf, Tea Bag
Caffeine
Medium
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Martin Bednář
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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From Jaf Tea

All the tropical sweetness of ripe mango with the smooth, mellow taste of banana, married together with our exquisite Ceylon tea blend. Brew for 3 minutes and savour the wonderful taste and aroma. Delicious hot or cold.

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13709 tasting notes

So previously I’ve purchased a Soursop tea from this bagged tea company because it stood out to me as incredibly unique, and now the most recent time I went grocery shopping prior to going to LA I was pleased to see that my local store had drastically expanded their range of teabags from Jaf – almost all of them as unique and interesting as the Soursop (which is very good)! It was tempting to get them all to try, but I managed to maintain some restraint and I only picked up this one.

It’s also pretty damn good! I think I still like the Soursop a little more, but this does pretty distinctly taste like sweet, tangy ripe mangos and tropical banana. The banana is maybe a tiny bit creamy, and does venture a little into that banana candy territory but I reallllyyyy enjoyed it paired with the mango! My only complaint is that the mouthfeel was pretty thin to me, and I thought the finish of each sip came off as a tiny bit flat. However, for a grocery store bagged tea I found this refreshingly novel and interesting in terms of flavour and honestly quite tasty for the very accessible/low price point.

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1367 tasting notes

This tea is actually better than I have expected.

I don’t know if the mango and papaya flavours are right; but certainly some fruit ones which are tropical. I mean, it was quite similar to banana and mango, but not distinctive enough to say: Oh, have I took a bite of banana/mango? But it is flavoured just right (and not feeling artificial) and base tea is still very present too, although no notes from tea itself. Not tannic or astringency, but without it it would be somehow bland.

Quite surprised with this one.

Flavors: banana, Mango, Tea, Tropical

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 10 OZ / 300 ML

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