Mango Time Fruit tea

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Fruit Tea
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Flavors
Coconut, Sweet
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  • “From the swap with AJRimmer!  These samples are easy to get around to, since there are typically two servings til sipdown. :D  I was very intrigued by this fruity blend from Teavivre without...” Read full tasting note
    70
  • “This one is quite tropical! I taste what seems like pineapple and coconut. It’s a little weak, so you need to overleaf it, but really it’s a perfectly decent tea! It’s especially refreshing after...” Read full tasting note
    79

From Teavivre

Mango, the king of tropical fruits, has a very rich nutritional value and a delicate taste. TeaVivre’s fruit tea is a blend of dried mangoes, apples, coconuts, chrysanthemums and edible flavoring. It combines the sweetness of mango with the comfort flavor of coconut. No matter brew it hot or cold, it’s a great choice for your party, picnic or barbecue time.

Ingredients: Apple, mango, dried coconut, chrysanthemum, edible flavoring

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3526 tasting notes

From the swap with AJRimmer!  These samples are easy to get around to, since there are typically two servings til sipdown. :D  I was very intrigued by this fruity blend from Teavivre without hibiscus!  The ingredients here: apple, mango, dried coconut, chrysanthemum, and flavoring.  I would say the flavor is mostly sweetness with a hint of coconut.  Not so much mango, but also not really chrysanthemum or apple. I’d rather just be tasting mango and coconut anyway, so I think this is mostly what I wanted?  I just prefer the flavor to be much stronger.  I didn’t think there was enough flavor with a teaspoon and half for a mug so I would definitely at least use three teaspoons.   Had a really long second steep and the flavor was almost the same as the first steep.
Steep #1  // 1 1/2 teaspoons for full mug // 10 minutes after boiling  // 3 minute steep
Steep #2  // just boiled //  40 min steep

Flavors: Coconut, Sweet

AJRimmer

I actually happen to be drinking this one right now! I definitely prefer it cold and overleafed!

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This one is quite tropical! I taste what seems like pineapple and coconut. It’s a little weak, so you need to overleaf it, but really it’s a perfectly decent tea! It’s especially refreshing after having so many sour fruit blends recently.

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