Maui Mango Tea from Mountain Witch Tea Company

mauimangoTea Information:

Leaf Type: Black

Where to Buy: Mountain Witch Tea Company

Tea Description:

Our Maui Mango black tea will wow you with amazing mango flavor and real dried mango chunks. This tropical delight is great hot or iced.

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

Wow is it hot today.  Like crazy smoldering hot. The kind of hot that makes you feel icky and gross as soon as you step outside.  So today is a stay inside and catch up on projects sort of day.  Oh and drink lots of tea.  So that is my new plan.  Drink lots of tea and do some reviews.

I thought this would be a good one to start with. The dry leaves had a nice sweet mango fragrance that just called to be made up like an iced tea.  So that is exactly what I did.  Brewed this up like I would a traditional black tea (212F-3 min) and then allowed it to cool.  Added ice and took a sip.

Yum! Sweet tropical paradise.  This brewed as an iced tea had such a nice subtle sweet taste.  You could still taste the fantastic black tea base but there was a sweet mango flavor in there too.  This is a great simple mango black tea. Not a knock you in the face sort of mango, just hints of mango.  So nice.  I was very pleased.  This is exactly want I was wanting today.  I can’t wait to take the rest of the loose leaf I have and try this as a cold brew.  That is exactly what is accompanying me on my way to work tomorrow.  Can’t wait!

Another fantastic tea from Mountain Witch Tea Company.

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