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Many people have said they aren’t fond of certain Jasmine teas – I certainly fit in that category…at first I thought it was because I just wasn’t a fan – but over the last 2 years or so – I have noticed – I am just very picky when it comes to Jasmine’s – I guess! So…here’s what I think of this one from Mandala…

Before and After infusing I could smell a little Jasmine in addition to a little something else…it sort of smelled like Apricots or something like them! The pearls UNpearl near perfectly.

This is a very mellow, sweet and smooth, near buttery-textured Jasmine. It’s NOT soapy AT ALL and it’s not overly floral tasting either. It has a pleasant aftertaste and as nice and even from start to finish!

This is right up there with all of the things I look for in a Jasmine.

High remarks and ratings from me!

TeaBrat

this is a very nice tea and I don’t even like jasmine. :)

Garret

I don’t want you to think that just because I own Mandala Tea I am happy to hear this. It reaffirms for me how great our source is for our jasmine pearls. Green jasmine is not a tea that I ever really cared for. I find most of them overpowering (likely to make up for low quality green tea and/or artificial scenting). But when my connection sent me a sample of these 5 years ago, I was pretty excited. And despite having hundreds of teas at my disposal, I find myself enjoying these pearls a couple of times a week. They work great in controlled steepings and I also enjoy them in the tea glass style of brewing, too, where they stay immersed in water for hours, sip down halfway, add more water, sip and on and on! I’m really happy you enjoy them, too!!

CHAroma

Went to add this to my shopping list and it’s already there! :D

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TeaBrat

this is a very nice tea and I don’t even like jasmine. :)

Garret

I don’t want you to think that just because I own Mandala Tea I am happy to hear this. It reaffirms for me how great our source is for our jasmine pearls. Green jasmine is not a tea that I ever really cared for. I find most of them overpowering (likely to make up for low quality green tea and/or artificial scenting). But when my connection sent me a sample of these 5 years ago, I was pretty excited. And despite having hundreds of teas at my disposal, I find myself enjoying these pearls a couple of times a week. They work great in controlled steepings and I also enjoy them in the tea glass style of brewing, too, where they stay immersed in water for hours, sip down halfway, add more water, sip and on and on! I’m really happy you enjoy them, too!!

CHAroma

Went to add this to my shopping list and it’s already there! :D

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