Chicago Jazz Mint

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  • “I had to get this tea when I saw the tin. I actually ended up with Chai Town too, and both are such gorgeous tins I feel like I'll have to nab the last in the Chicago series. For $9 you get 4 oz...” Read full tasting note
    pandamanda 1196 tasting notes
  • “So first let me say yum. Now let's actually get to the tasting. While browsing around the tea shop I found this deal. 4 oz for 9 bucks and it came in a tin. So naturally I pick it up and decide...” Read full tasting note
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From Adagio Teas

Nothing says ‘Chicago’ like the sweet sound of cool jazz. Jasmine and peppermint cool you down, while smoky gunpowder green tea fires up the soul.

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Adagio Teas has become one of the most popular destinations for tea online. Its products are available online at www.adagio.com and in many gourmet and health food stores.

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I had to get this tea when I saw the tin. I actually ended up with Chai Town too, and both are such gorgeous tins I feel like I’ll have to nab the last in the Chicago series.

For $9 you get 4 oz of tea and a gorgeous tin, so this tea could taste terrible and it wouldn’t be money wasted to me because of the tin.

But the tea is pretty good. I wouldn’t have ever combined jasmine and mint ever.

I think my grandpa would really appreciate everything this tea stands for. It’s a bummer I didn’t get it until today because of Adagio sending me the other one instead, but it definitely reminds me of him and I definitely need to show him the tin. He has a massive collection of music, mostly on cassette tapes, and he has it all logged probably better than I have my tea logged. Speaking of which, I think for my business writing class, I could find a way to make a pdf document to organize my tea, though it might be more in a career interest to write reports, but I really would like something better than an Excel file if I can learn. And I think it could be useful if I ever owned a tea shop…

I think this tea would accurately describe a jazz club in a cup. It’s smooth, a little smoky, and it gives you just the right kick.

The combination of jasmine and mint really is not bad at all. I thought I was actually going to hate this. Neither one overpowers the other, so it’s not like chewing on jasmine petals, or chewing on some mint leaves. The gunpowder has a smoky note that mixes in with the mint. This goes down way too easily, though I’ve been pretty thirsty. But normally I do not find myself able to drink anything with mint this quickly.

The next step will be to try this cold, since it has all the elements and then some of a mint green.

Definitely check this out if you want something different in a gorgeous package. $2.25 an ounce including the tin is unbelievably good.

Oh and speaking of my grandpa, he said he is ready to get a dog now. I think finally letting everyone know about Lacey’s passing has helped. I know it probably still hurts but he’s all alone in that house. There’s a corgi rescue here that has an 8 year old and I told my mom to look into him, I just hope they will let someone 120 miles away adopt him!

TheTeaFairy

Kudos to your grandpa! When you live alone, a pet becomes so much more than that, I can understand why he wanted to wait. And kudos to you guys for going to a rescue dog’, hope it’s going to work out :-)

inguna

Thanks for the post. I’m glad you liked the tin; I had a lot of fun designing it.

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So first let me say yum.

Now let’s actually get to the tasting. While browsing around the tea shop I found this deal. 4 oz for 9 bucks and it came in a tin. So naturally I pick it up and decide this little beautiful item shall be mine, and even if I don’t like it I will throw it away.

Now I open the tin and I am immediately turned off. The floral Jasmine type smell. Ugh. How I hate Jasmine. However I continue to be drawn in closer and closer thanks to the strong mint smell of the tea and the green tea appearance. I pull out my pot and measure out my serving size and I drank.. slowly. The first sip. I was confused. I was expecting more of a jasmine overtone. The second sip. I was still confused waiting for the strong overtones of jasmine to hit me. But by the third sip… I knew I was in heaven.

The mint thank god balanced the jasmine. It didn’t taste like I was chewng on a flower, but it tasted like the jasmine complimented the mint. Just like the name of the tea. The Mint was cooled by the jasmine and wow oh wow it is amazing.

The color of the tea is beautiful it is a nice green. The taste is a bit savory that will leave your mouth begging for more. Even before the tea is infused it is beautiful to look upon. The tea leaves are multiple colors and the smell coming from the tea is great.

Even if you don’t like jasmine.. try this if you love mint. It will fit well within your tea cupboard and your taste buds will scream in rejoice.

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