drank Jasmine Tea by Fujian Tea
1829 tasting notes

Doggone it, I am having a hard time justifying ordering Jasmine by Harney and Sons when this one is so darned drinkable, and only $2.50 or so at our local Asian market. While this is no Teavivre Jasmine Dragon Pearls, it is an easy to drink jasmine tea that doesn’t curl your toes. I have had a whole pot of this, sipped throughout the day. I am really grateful to K S for writing the review that pushed me over the edge to go get this one. It says it is a green base, but tastes very much like pouchong to me. Yum.

K S

hey it wasn’t me but glad to hear there is an affordable and drinkable Jasmine out there. I have seen the tin and wondered about it. Now I know.

ashmanra

Ah, perhaps it was teawing. It was a male who drank it at work, so I was sure it was you!

Invader Zim

AH HA! I drank this stuff years ago and I could never find after I moved. It probably didn’t help that I didn’t know the name of the company. I loved that it wasn’t overwhelming in the jasmine category. Oh to know that I can find it again!

ashmanra

And the tin was featured in the movie “Limitless.” He kept his pills in it!

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K S

hey it wasn’t me but glad to hear there is an affordable and drinkable Jasmine out there. I have seen the tin and wondered about it. Now I know.

ashmanra

Ah, perhaps it was teawing. It was a male who drank it at work, so I was sure it was you!

Invader Zim

AH HA! I drank this stuff years ago and I could never find after I moved. It probably didn’t help that I didn’t know the name of the company. I loved that it wasn’t overwhelming in the jasmine category. Oh to know that I can find it again!

ashmanra

And the tin was featured in the movie “Limitless.” He kept his pills in it!

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