Jasmine Green Tea

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From Archer Farms

Whole leaf tea pyramid bags. Blend of jasmine, lotus, citrus, and vanilla notes.

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This has somehow managed to become my go-to work tea. I picked it up on a whim at Target, and it sat untouched on my desk until about two weeks ago. In that time I’ve managed to nearly finish off the box (two sachets left!).

It’s not the best tea. The jasmine is great at first, but if it cools too long, it loses some flavor and becomes a little too citrusy and acidic. But hot, it’s really sweet and delicious. The vanilla smoothes the cup a little without being too present, it’s nice and floral, and it doesn’t taste artificial.

One thing that does bug me is that little tiny thread bits of silk free themselves from the bag when you add water. It may be my obsessive tendencies coming out, but I have to brush the bags off before using them because that weirds me out.

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I was thrilled to find pyramid tea bags at Target, and me being me I gravitated toward the fruit and floral combo. I don’t think I’ve ever tasted a jasmine I didn’t like!

The first thing I noticed about these bags is that the amount of leaf contained therein is fairly little. That means that it’s easier to adjust the amount in your cup when using multiple bags (smaller increments) but I’d really rather have enough leaf to make a large cup with a single bag. It’s also not particularly pleasing to the eye or nose, with a lot of small pieces and no strong scent.

The flavor of this tea is about what you’d expect from something that costs $3.50 at a grocery store. Distinctly green — the generic green that you usually get with loose leaf labeled just “green tea”. I detect a little bit of what I assume is the jasmine but probably couldn’t guess if I didn’t already know, and a bit more fruit that reminds me most of peach (the ingredients tell me it’s actually apple). However, it takes some effort to pick that out; casual sipping means that everything is blended together into a mix that isn’t very harmonious. It’s the kind of tea that would turn casual drinkers off of tea: a jumbled mess of flavors that should be good together. As someone who rather likes tea, however, I don’t hate it — I just marvel at how poorly the mix was made.

I often oversteep this in hopes that the flavor will change and become stronger, and the jasmine does — but it also becomes unpleasantly bitter.

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Green tea + Jasmine + vanilla + citrus. Best served hot. A nice aroma. This is my new go-to comfort tea. I’ve had it poured over ice and hot, but I think it is best hot. Sometimes I will add a touch of honey.

180 °F / 82 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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This is the BEST Jasmine Green Tea I’ve ever tasted!!! I drink it every day. My only problem is that it is difficult to find in the store. Target carries it sporadically, and I don’t know where else to buy it. Hopefully I can buy it online from this site?

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