drank Cape Paradise by Savoy Tea Co
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This one had me at the first whiff (Savoy’s tidy little shop has a scent jar for each tea). Just smelled fruity and springy fresh. Requires a long and patient steep, 7-10 minutes, but what you get is a fruity, juicy concoction that reminds me of apple-peach cobbler. (Yes, mangoes are not peaches, but the two are awfully similar in my sensory vocabulary.)

I foresee a jar of this, chilled, in the near future.

Christina / BooksandTea

Sounds delicious!

Fjellrev

I swear most mango teas taste like peach to me anyway! Yet, the fresh fruits don’t taste anything alike.

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Christina / BooksandTea

Sounds delicious!

Fjellrev

I swear most mango teas taste like peach to me anyway! Yet, the fresh fruits don’t taste anything alike.

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