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Sweet Mango

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Black tea, mango pieces, sunflower petals

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Description

Embark on a flavorful journey with our Sweet Mango tea! This delightful blend is a harmonious concoction of black tea, succulent mango pieces, and sunflower blossoms, creating a symphony of sweet and rich tones. It’s like a tropical vacation in a cup, promising to transport your senses to lush, exotic landscapes with every sip. Whether you’re a seasoned tea connoisseur or just starting your tea adventure, Sweet Mango is a delightful choice, offering a unique taste experience that is both refreshing and satisfying. So, why wait? Dive into the world of exquisite flavors and let Sweet Mango tea be your sweet escape!

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How does Sweet Mango Tea taste?

Sweet mango tea is a harmonious blend that offers a perfect balance between sweet and powerful. The black tea forms the basis and gives a sturdy, rich taste, while the mango provides a sweet, fruity touch. The sunflower blossom adds a light, floral nut, giving the tea a layered and complex taste. It is a tea that is both refreshing and satisfying, ideal for every moment of the day.

How strong is Sweet Mango?

Sweet Mango is a versatile tea that you can adjust as desired. If you like a lighter, more subtle taste, you can shorten the set time. For lovers of a more intense, richer taste experience, the tea can pull a little longer. But beware, if you let the tea pull for too long, the black tea can get a bitter undertone that can overshadow the sweet mango taste.

The power of Sweet Mango therefore depends on how you prefer to drink your tea. Experiment with the turning time to find your perfect balance between sweet and strong. And don't forget, the magic of this tea is in the harmony between the robust black tea, the sweet mango and the sunny sunflower blossom.

How do you brew Sweet Mango?

Brewing Sweet Mango is a piece of cake. Follow these steps for the perfect cup of tea:

  1. Water temperature: Use freshly boiled water with a temperature of approximately 95 ° C.
  2. Amount of tea: add a teaspoon of Sweet mango tea per head.
  3. Set time: Let the tea pulled for 3-5 minutes, depending on your taste preference.

Enjoy! Taste the exotic flavors and let the sweet aromas stimulate your senses.

Sweet Mango

Sweet Mango is not only a pleasure for the taste buds, but also offers various health benefits. The black tea in the blend is rich in antioxidants, which can help the body protect against free radicals.

Mango, full of vitamins and minerals, contributes to healthy skin and a strong immune system. And the sunflower blossom? This not only adds color and taste, but also has anti -inflammatory properties.

Frequently asked questions about Sweet Mango

Do you have a question about using Sweet Mango? Below we have answered the most frequently asked questions for you.

Yes, Sweet Mango is wonderful as Iced Tea. Add some ice cubes, fresh mint and a slice of lemon for a refreshing summer drink.

Sweet Mango is rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals that contribute to healthy skin and a strong immune system.

Save Sweet Mango in a cool, dry place and it will keep for a year.

Yes, be creative and experiment with different blends to create your own unique flavor combination.

No, since Sweet Mango contains black tea, it also contains caffeine.

A cup of sweet mango tea contains very few calories, especially if you drink it without sugar or milk.

Yes, but take the caffeine content into account. A shorter put time can reduce the caffeine content.

Yes, but take the caffeine content into account. A shorter put time can reduce the caffeine content.

Yes, Sweet Mango is gluten-free, but always check the packaging for any allergy information.

Do you have more questions about Sweet Mango?

If your question about Sweet Mango is not answered above? Send an e-mail with your question to info@hetkleinstehuis.nl.

We will answer your question as soon as possible.

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Category Black Tea Brand Het Kleinste Huis SKU 463-50
Gluten Gluten free
Lactose Lactose-free
Nuts Nut-free
Country of origin India
Ingredients Black tea, mango pieces, sunflower petals
Amount of tea per cup 1 - 2 tea spoons
Indication brewing time 3 - 5 minutes
Temperature water 90 ºC - 100 ºC (194 °F - 212 °F)
Organically grown? No
Palette Mango, sweet
Color infusion Light red
Caffeine? Yes
Time of day In the morning / In the afternoon
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