I love iced mint green tea. While this one isn’t a Moroccan mint, the typical one I’d go for, it’s really good. I wouldn’t have thought jasmine and mint would work together.
This is nice and refreshing, really cooling. The mint isn’t overbearing and you can taste the gunpowder. There’s a slightly smoky, green tea behind the mint. The jasmine brings out some floral flavors too. There’s white tea in here also but I don’t taste it at all. The leaves are pretty chopped and it’d be hard to taste them over a gunpowder green anyway.
This makes a nice, quick iced tea. Thanks, TeaEqualsBliss!
This isn’t my first time brewing this tea – but it is my first time tasting it for myself. My oldest daughter loves mint green teas, so I have been sharing this one with her. But I thought it was about time that I have a cup for myself (before she ends up drinking it all!)
This has a very pleasant flavor to it. The mint does not overpower the tea. This is a blend of both green and white teas. Not surprisingly, the green tea is stronger than the white, but I like that I can taste some of the fresh white tea notes. Overall, it has a clean, crisp taste to it, but with an interesting background note of smoke as well as a hint of jasmine.
A very pleasant twist on the classic Mint green.