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Time to break out your dancing shoes and grab an alluring partner, because one sip of Passionfruit Tango and you may find yourself spontaneously breaking out into... well, the Tango! The flavors of passionfruit and mango sparkle on the tongue, developing even more flavor as it cools. Pour a freshly brewed cup over ice and you'll have yourself a new favorite warm weather treat! Floral, fruity and fun... this herbal blend has got it all. Steep at 212°F for 5-10 minutes

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    • EC

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      I actually really dig this tea! (More than I thought I would, given it's sort of an odd mishmash of ingredients!) It kind of smelled like a pleasant perfume to me when I opened the packet. When brewed, it's a beautiful dark red wine color. I get the slightest hint of cinnamon, some fruit, floral, and just a small amount of rose petals (which it the main thing I don't like). The rose petals aren't overpowering, and the other ingredients blend together really wonderfully. I'm not a fan of the tart teas, but this one is not bad at all. :)

    • 

      Very interesting herbal blend. The dry ingredients smell very candy like, fruity and sweet. It brews up into a bright, deep red that's crystal clear. Would be really pretty over ice. When hot the aroma is predominantly of cinnamon. It tastes mostly of hibiscus and cinnamon with some lemongrass and is quite tart, but with a hint of sweet. The fruit flavor is definitely a background taste.

    • CK

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      The main flavor of this blend is hibiscus, which has never been my favorite. However, it's more than just the hibiscus and the passionfruit does shine through but the cinnamon is an odd flavor to round everything up.

    • JP

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      This tea is great! This is probably the favorite tea of my wife from adagio.

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      I really liked it until I hit the cinnamon flavor. Very strange combination

    • 

      This tea was good. The cinnamon in it was unexpected. Better hot than cold in my opinion

    • 

      This has a really strong and bright lemongrass and hibiscus/cranberry flavor. It's great with a little bit of sugar added, but is also nice just on its own. Preferred this one brewed hot and then chilled, rather that cold brewed as that wasn't as strong or smooth.

    • 

      I absolutely love this tea! I made it iced first, and I’ll definitely try it hot when it cools off a bit. I absolutely love the balance of fruit and spice! I think it’d also make a great holiday tea! 😍🥰🍵

    • MM

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      Would like a lot better without the cinnamon, however very refreshing

    • 

      The passionfruit give this tea a really nice floral tone without being overly sweet or fruity

    • 

      I was surprised how much I enjoyed this tea because it is a little more flowery than I tend to like. However, i drank it hot and then drank it at room temperature (I got distracted) and it was interesting to note the taste profile changing/ I felt it was a little more flowery at the cooler temp

    • 

      I never expected to give this tea 5 stars because I normally hate teas with cinnamon in them (except for the pumpkin spice tea). But this has become one of my favorites. The fruit flavor is one of the best I've ever tasted and the cinnamon is gentle and not overpowering at all, allowing the passion fruit and other fruit flavors to shine through. Highly refreshing as a sweetened iced tea!

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      This tea is soo good!! Just don't steep it much longer than 5 minutes or it will taste bitter.