Half Iced Tea & Half Mango

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Black Fruit Blend
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22 oz / 650 ml

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  • “Sometimes you just aren’t in a place where you can brew a soothing pot of quality tea – or it’s too freakin’ hot to be bothered with all that work. That’s when you have to turn to prepackaged tea...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Sometimes, one local store (in NA terms rather just a corner shop) have interesting foodstuffs. I got very nice German weizen there for so cheap, I couldn’t believe it. Then they had there some...” Read full tasting note
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A mixture of black tea and mango juice!

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Sometimes you just aren’t in a place where you can brew a soothing pot of quality tea – or it’s too freakin’ hot to be bothered with all that work. That’s when you have to turn to prepackaged tea to satisfy your craving for something delicious and refreshing. It’s been several years since I last picked up a can of Arizona’s highly sweetened tea, but I’m sure that the basic formula hasn’t changed: tea, sugar, and more sugar.

Yup, the second ingredient after ‘black tea’ is high fructose corn syrup. And boy, can you taste it. If I wanted to describe the mouthfeel of this drink, I’d definitely go with ‘sticky’. The tea flavor is barely there.

But hey, I can sure taste that mango!

As far as ‘tea’ goes, it’s a stretch to call this a tea. But if you’re just looking for a cold bottled drink under a dollar, it’s not bad at all. Tastier than soda pop, for sure!

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Sometimes, one local store (in NA terms rather just a corner shop) have interesting foodstuffs. I got very nice German weizen there for so cheap, I couldn’t believe it. Then they had there some fuet salami in such nice packaging I had to buy them. Or even foodstuffs imported from the US. Last time it was Chupa Chups lolipop pop (drink) and it was terribly sweet.
But yesterday, their branch in my factory, had this. 650 ml can for 2 bucks (when converted)? Well, I have to try that…

Honestly, I am sad as I have hoped it will be indeed half iced tea and half of mango juice; but mango juice is only 5 per cent of the container.

And well, I am not a fan. There is nothing that reminds me a tea; nor iced tea and it was rather like a bit bitter mango juice and with long artificial sweetener (WHY I HAVEN’T CHECKED THE INGREDIENTS?) aftertaste. Is this what are “common” people drink when they speak about tea? I am not surprised that many are looking on tea with despect.

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22 OZ / 650 ML
Leafhopper

Canned iced tea is way too sweet for me, but many people seem to like it.

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