Grand Jasmin Chung Feng

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Green Tea
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Flavors
Flowers
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150 °F / 65 °C 5 min, 45 sec

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  • “I am doing a spring cleaning of tea and tea samples, trying to get some nearly empty tins emptied and revisiting swaps and samples. There was enough of this to make a bit for a tea follow-up to...” Read full tasting note
    ashmanra 1829 tasting notes
  • “Thank you *NofarS* for this sample. My first cold steeped jasmine tea. I usually brew my jasmine tea hot and leave it to cool anyway as to my preferable taste. This was left to cold steep for...” Read full tasting note
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    KittyLovesTea 1090 tasting notes
  • “My tea of the afternoon.... So light and refreshing! It has a sweetness all its own from the jasmine. Very enjoyable. I am not usually a fan of greens, but jasmine tea is yummy! This tea was...” Read full tasting note
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    SimplyJenW 974 tasting notes
  • “I've had this for a few days and have been drinking it multiple times a day. I've tried a few different ways of brewing it, and I have to say that it works a lot better as a cold brew. It's very...” Read full tasting note
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    mrsbunny1 14 tasting notes

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7 Tasting Notes

1829 tasting notes

I am doing a spring cleaning of tea and tea samples, trying to get some nearly empty tins emptied and revisiting swaps and samples. There was enough of this to make a bit for a tea follow-up to dinner.

The aroma of this tea makes my eyes roll back in my head. Ah, wonderful jasmine – not perfume-y, soapy jasmine. The steeped tea is a bold deep yellow, not a light lemony yellow like this morning’s Jaune Lemon. It leans a bit toward orange.

The tea base has a decided GOOD astringency, clearing the palate and freshening the breath. There is no bitterness. The jasmine is not overbearing but quite nice. This reminds me a little of Teavivre’s Chun Mee and as I near the end of the pot I feel like I am even getting a bit of that sweet plum aftertaste, but a bit lighter than in Chun Mee.

Delicious, and many thanks to SimplyJenW for sending it.

Bonnie

Very clean, clear and to the point review. Easy to enter into. Wish I could do that more and not overexplain!

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1090 tasting notes

Thank you NofarS for this sample.

My first cold steeped jasmine tea. I usually brew my jasmine tea hot and leave it to cool anyway as to my preferable taste. This was left to cold steep for roughly 4 hours.

This has a thick and sweet jasmine fragrance that’s so strong it smells like jasmine perfume. I sell jasmine perfume made from essential oil at work and this is exactly the same, uncanny.

The flavour is as thick as the smell and I’m glad that I didn’t leave it to steep overnight. It edges on being too strong and perfumey with a little bitterness but it quickly subsides. It’s nice to have a jasmine tea with some punch to it. There is also a grassy taste amidst the jasmine.

Glad I cold steeped this, it’s fresher than I thought it would be. I have enjoyed cold steeping so much over this weekend that when I return home tomorrow the first thing I’m going to do is buy a couple of these funky sealed large mugs so I can make them whenever I please.

I couldn’t see this on the Le Palais Des Thes website any more. :(

Preparation
Iced

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974 tasting notes

My tea of the afternoon…. So light and refreshing! It has a sweetness all its own from the jasmine. Very enjoyable. I am not usually a fan of greens, but jasmine tea is yummy!

This tea was a gift from my friend Karen who spent two weeks with her Mother-in-law in Provence this Summer. Thank you, Karen!

24 oz. teapot, 4 actual tsp tea, 165 degrees, 3 minutes. Very lightly sweetened. Loving my variable electric kettle!

Preparation
165 °F / 73 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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14 tasting notes

I’ve had this for a few days and have been drinking it multiple times a day. I’ve tried a few different ways of brewing it, and I have to say that it works a lot better as a cold brew. It’s very perfumed, a bit too much for me. When brewed hot you can smell the jasmine, but the taste is very mild. Like. I dunno. I like light teas but this was just okay. Today I tried cold brewing it for a bit over an hour and it works a lot better. It’s a lot more flavorful, you can actually taste the tea and a little bit of… honeysuckle almost?

I’m very happy to have discovered how much better I like it cold brewed, because it makes for a very refreshing cup that way.

Flavors: Flowers

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more

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3 tasting notes

Super yummy Jasmine tea with no bitterness, just awesome flavor.

I like to cold brew this more than drink it after a hot infusion. I let it hang out in room temperature water for half an hour and then pull the leaves out. Perfection every time.

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more

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21 tasting notes

A pleasant jasmine tea that has a bit more grassy green tea flavor in it than other jasmines produced by the same firm. I like this a bit less than their Grand Jasmin Mao Feng, although that tea is notably pricier.

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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