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Interesting revelation. So I thought I’d grown tired of jasmine. Several months later, I try this tea. It’s not jasmine I’m tired of; it’s jasmine that’s offset by roastiness and/or butteriness. This stuff, which is quite fresh, floral, and vegetal by comparison to the other jasmine things I’ve had, is fine. Oh, and it’s also quite good iced, although I almost never do my loose-leaf teas iced.

ashmanra

Have you had Teavivre’s? How does it compare?

TeaKlutz

I have not! I’ve been very impressed with what little Teavivre I’ve had, so I would assume comparable or superior. This seems to be one of the things Teavana does particularly well.

Fuzzy_Peachkin

This inspired me to have Teavivre’s this afternoon!

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ashmanra

Have you had Teavivre’s? How does it compare?

TeaKlutz

I have not! I’ve been very impressed with what little Teavivre I’ve had, so I would assume comparable or superior. This seems to be one of the things Teavana does particularly well.

Fuzzy_Peachkin

This inspired me to have Teavivre’s this afternoon!

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Like: Japanese green teas, sheng/ripe pu erhs, white teas

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