Mango Maca Oolong

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Fruit Oolong Blend
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  • “From my summer order! I thought this sounded quite unique with mango, barley, roasted rice and maca root powder on an oolong base. It sounded both fruity and whatever barley might bring to the...” Read full tasting note
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Mango Maca Oolong has a fruity mango taste with buttery caramel notes from roasted rice, barley malt, and maca perfectly blended over a base of bright oolong tea.

Oolong stands out among the rest for burning excess fat in the body, as it activates thermogenesis and prevents starches from turning into fat in the body. Studies have recently proved that oolong tea contains polyphenols (organic chemicals) just like green tea, making it an excellent source of antioxidants.

Maca, also known as Peruvian ginseng; grows wild in central Peru. It has a nutty, slightly butterscotch caramel-like taste. Maca root is a nutritional powerhouse made by grinding the dried root into powder. It has been used for centuries to boost mood and energy, some studies show that it may balance hormones, increase fertility and that is known to be adaptogenic (meaning that it helps your body adapt to the stresses of daily life).

Once steeped, your cup of Mango Maca Oolong releases a fragrant sweet mango aroma, welcoming you to sip and enjoy a moment of pure, healthy delight.

Ingredients: Oolong tea, barley malt grains, apple, cinnamon, mango, natural flavoring, maca root powder, roasted rice, marigold blossoms

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From my summer order! I thought this sounded quite unique with mango, barley, roasted rice and maca root powder on an oolong base. It sounded both fruity and whatever barley might bring to the table. The description said the maca root powder might taste like butterscotch — which probably enhances the mango flavoring. The flavor is mostly mango! Which is too bad as I wouldn’t mind more of the barley or roasted rice coming across to balance the mango. The brew color in the mug is bright yellow. It could ALMOST taste like stevia, but I think that is the mango flavoring, or maybe even the maca. I’m starting to think that tea makers just find a generic fruity flavor and say “we’ll just call this mango”. I do miss the starchy quality of mango in some mango teas. But this tea could have been worse. It is very thirst quenching and disappears right quick.
Steep #1 // 1 1/2 teaspoons for a full mug // 20 minutes after boiling // 1 minute steep
Steep #2 // 10 minutes after boiling // 2 min
Steep #3 // just boiled // many minutes

Cameron B.

I agree, mango things almost always taste generically fruity ha ha.

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