drank Jasmine Green by Zhi Tea
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In my Foodzie tasting box, I received samples of two teas from Zhi, this one and the Turkish Spice Mint (I’ll be brewing that one a little later). Unfortunately, they were shipped in the same package, so I am tasting some of the mint and spice in this tea, and so I don’t think I’m getting a true representation of this tea. Therefore I won’t rate it numerically.

The green tastes light and has a moderate vegetative taste to it. The jasmine is sweet and floral, but not overwhelming or soapy. And as I said before, I can also taste hints of the mint and spice here.

I will be reviewing this more fully, together with the Turkish Spice Mint tisane on my foodie blog: http://hungryinportland.wordpress.com (It will appear tomorrow afternoon)

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