Great Jasmine tea. Good value for the amount in tin, found at Cub.
“Either I am spoiled by Teavivre’s Jasmine Teas or this hasn’t aged well. I tried cold steeping it and there wasn’t much jasmine to it, and the green base was a bit astringent. ...” Read full tasting note
“My second Gongfu of today. My previous experience with this tea was not a positive one (so much so that I did not review or rate). My first encounter was bitter and sharp (from what I remember)...” Read full tasting note
“We went kicking around a local asian supermarket today in search of a gaiwan (no luck) and any other random gems we could find. So we picked out a couple of things to try. I have to...” Read full tasting note
“Now this my friends, is good jasmine tea! It’s lightly fragranced and not artificial smelling or tasting, so you don’t feel like you’re drowning in a vat of perfume. ...” Read full tasting note
This Jasmine tea contains green tea with added Jasmine flowers. This tea is characterized by its subtly sweet and fragrant taste. It is extremely refreshing and palate cleansing.
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Ok, I drank this yesterday, but I’ve been drinking this tea for years thanks to my grandmother. It doesn’t get bitter if you let it steep for too long, it’s scent is good, and the flavor is smooth. The 120 gram tin costs $2.25 at one of the Asian markets around here. That’s beyond cheap, especially for a not too bad tea.