Mango Mist | Organic

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Fresh, piquant mango character with memories of happy days in the sun. Stunning over ice.

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Mango, (Latin: Mangifera indica), sometimes known as the king of fruit, is one of the most commonly consumed tropical fruits in the world. They were originally grown in East India, Burma, and the Andaman Islands, around the 5th century B.C., but are now cultivated in just about every warm corner of the globe. Besides being pulpy sweet and delicious, mangoes have long been associated in the Eastern world with peace, tranquility, and harmony.

Legend has it that the Buddha himself would often seek repose in a grove of mango trees. In certain parts of India it was believed that mango trees were sacred, and a symbol of love some even believed that mango trees could grant wishes. Even to this day Hindus hang fresh leaves from mango trees outside their doors during Ponggol, the Hindu New Year, as a blessing for peace in the New Year.

Brewing Instructions:

Bring filtered or spring water to 212°F. Add 1 tsp of tea leaves to an 8oz cup. Pour boiling water over the tea leaves and let steep 4 minutes.

Ingredients:

Organic black tea, natural dried mango, and natural flavors,

Origin:

Sri Lanka

Fresh, piquant mango character with memories of happy days in the sun. Stunning over ice.

Extra Info:

Mango, (Latin: Mangifera indica), sometimes known as the king of fruit, is one of the most commonly consumed tropical fruits in the world. They were originally grown in East India, Burma, and the Andaman Islands, around the 5th century B.C., but are now cultivated in just about every warm corner of the globe. Besides being pulpy sweet and delicious, mangoes have long been associated in the Eastern world with peace, tranquility, and harmony.

Legend has it that the Buddha himself would often seek repose in a grove of mango trees. In certain parts of India it was believed that mango trees were sacred, and a symbol of love some even believed that mango trees could grant wishes. Even to this day Hindus hang fresh leaves from mango trees outside their doors during Ponggol, the Hindu New Year, as a blessing for peace in the New Year.

Brewing Instructions:

Bring filtered or spring water to 212°F. Add 1 tsp of tea leaves to an 8oz cup. Pour boiling water over the tea leaves and let steep 4 minutes.

Ingredients:

Organic black tea, natural dried mango, and natural flavors,

Origin:

Sri Lanka

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12/26/2009

This mango tea is one of our favorite afternoon teas. It is a solid black tea with mango which seems to help digestion. Great hot or cold.

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5 Stars
1/21/2011

I have tried numerous teas from this company, but this ones probably the best. If you like black teas , something soothing with great aroma and flavor... heres a winner. If new to viewing this site and wanting to make a purchase. Start here... Great Stuff!

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