Our Decaf Mango Black loose leaf tea is made with dried mango pieces and premium Ceylon black tea from the island nation of Sri Lanka. It is a delightful tea drinking experience, with a juicy texture and creamy-dry finish. Great mystic poets throughout the ages have sung its praises. Mughal emperor Akbar ordered the planting of one hundred thousand of its trees. In Hinduism, the perfectly ripe fruit is often held by Lord Ganesha as a symbol of the attainment of perfection. In many cultures it represents fertility, bliss, even immortality.
Not just any tea is worthy enough to marry into such a lineage. But we think this Ceylon black is up to the challenge. After all, it was grown not far from the rustling leaves of tall mango trees on the mango-native southeast Asian island of Sri Lanka. Our Decaf Mango Black blends the clean citrus taste of premium black tea leaves with the flavor of exquisite ripened mangoes. It has a wonderful bouquet floral aroma with a candy sweet taste. Note the unique juicy texture as well as the creamy-dry finish that truly make this tea a unique and wonderful drinking experience. Its unique flavor, texture, and sweetness make it a great pairing for a variety of savory foods and deserts, from sweet sticky rice, to delicate chutneys, delicious fruit pastries to custard cakes.
Try mixing it with a little strawberry, and this tea will blow your mind. Be sure to order extra.
I've been drinking black teas for over twenty years. Due to my health I had to switch from regular black tea to the decaf. This tea satisfies my need for distinct flavor and tastes the same as the regular tea. I also find it a little astringent but this is what I am looking for in my tea. Glad to have found it. I also love the fruity flavor, it elevates the taste. As a tea connoisseur I am very happy with this tea.
My Mom has been a tea lover as long as I can remember. My Mom only drinks decaf teas and A LOT OF IT! Thanks Rob for having a good variety of decaf teas and supplies. Mom agrees with me....our favorite is the Hot Cinnamon Spice! Thanks for all you do!
This one is small black tea leaves with a couple pieces of mango. I steeped it for 3 minutes at 200 degrees.
It’s actually not too bad for a decaf tea. The leaves were mostly in small pieces, so I was worried about bitterness, but it’s actually not bitter at all. The mango flavor is more of a vague sweet fruit flavor, but it’s tasty enough. I added a little bit of raw sugar to mine. My only complaint is there is a bit of astringency here. I could see this one making a nice iced tea in the summer.