Jasmine Trip

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195 °F / 90 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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  • “I'm not really big on flowery teas or Jasmine teas either Unless I add it to the tea myself, I find that most of them have either too much or too little jasmine but that's not the case with this...” Read full tasting note
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    toadman208 479 tasting notes
  • “I was really curious about that tea. I tend to associate the smell of jasmine with freshly washed clothes, since washing powders often have the jasmine aroma added. So at first I was a bit put off...” Read full tasting note
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    PaddyB 16 tasting notes

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Daoli Jasmine Trip is a top grade shu (‘cooked’) gongting puer scented with freshly picked jasmine blossoms. This tea was grown and processed in Yunnan county of China. It has a classic deep puer taste and aroma with a nice jasmine touch. Jasmine trip is a great addition to your daily tea experience. It will be particularly interesting to those who want to appreciate a rich base tea flavor with only a touch – rather than complete dominance of jasmine in the gustatory picture.

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I’m not really big on flowery teas or Jasmine teas either Unless I add it to the tea myself, I find that most of them have either too much or too little jasmine but that’s not the case with this one.
This has a most wonderful jasmine scent when the leafe is dry and a nice earthy puerh scent with a touch of jasmine when steeped.

The flavor is just perfect, the Jasmine is prominent without being too much and masking the flavor of the tea itself.
I’ve had many jasmine green teas that just aren’t my thing and honestly usually a jasmine puerh isn’t either don’t get me wrong I think they are quite nice sometimes but chances are that I wouldn’t purchase one for myself, if i did purchase one it would most likely be this one tho and I would only drink it when I wanted something special or if I have had company to share it with.
http://toadsteablog.blogspot.com/2013/03/jasmine-trip-from-daoli.html

I haven’t been able to add a tea to steepster with a photo in a while now, it just won’t work for me sorry :( Photos on my blog tho :)

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I was really curious about that tea. I tend to associate the smell of jasmine with freshly washed clothes, since washing powders often have the jasmine aroma added. So at first I was a bit put off by the aroma of dry leaves. I just don’t like jasmine that much.

Still, when I made my first cup (1 dl/3,4 oz water, leaves washed) I was pleasantly surprised. The aroma of jasmine wasn’t so strong as I had feared and mixed really well with slightly earthy and salty accents of tea.
The taste itself was well rounded, somehow thick but not too “earthy”. It was much smoother than my everyday pu erh. The aftertaste was an interesting mix of sweet and bitter feels.

Even though I like this tea, it is not the thing I would drink everyday. I am yet to develop the taste for pu erh teas and I don’t like jasmine too much. But for someone who does, this might be his perfect tea.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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