60 Tasting Notes
This is an awesome cup. From top to bottom, the cup is a mild fruity extravaganza. One of the things that makes this tea so unique is the fact that the mango taste is prominent, but without actually
being in the tea. The taste of the tea has a light white tea undertone. Luckily, the Pai Mu Tan adopts the taste easily making this easy for those who like light teas. Unlike Superberry White (another one of teaopia’s flavored white teas), Simply Mango’s tastes are easy to distinguish. I strongly recommend this tea to those who like nothing in their teas, an are looking
for a tea that will be both refreshing, and good for you.
This is one of those teas I despised at first. I decided to try it out once. Hated it. The sencha mixed with the berries was one of the most awful things I had tasted. I tried sweetening it, and nothing. It was worse.
Fast forward a few months, I re-smell it, and begin making a cup for myself. My love for green tea skyrocketted, and I decided to give a shokai-based green a shot. I found that 1:30 gives your the best flavor: the goji taste is there, and the sencha taste is there without being overbearing. This one you really need to be careful for. No more than 2 minutes!