Jasmine Daughter Rings

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155 °F / 68 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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  • “Thanks to *Nature's Tea Leaf* for a sample of this. I'd heard of Jasmine Pearls before, but I had never heard of Jasmine Daughter Rings until I stumbled on their site. They're very similar, but...” Read full tasting note
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    forkyfork 166 tasting notes
  • “I have delayed reviewing this tea because I am puzzled. Hubby and I had it last night and drank 44 ounces of it. Today I drank another 22 ounces with lunch. The rings are so pretty and even...” Read full tasting note
    ashmanra 1845 tasting notes
  • “I had way too much fun with this tea's appearance! It was like being a little kid again and arranging Cheerios on a plate! The rings were so pretty too and looked amazing up close and steeped!...” Read full tasting note
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    awkwardsoul 1056 tasting notes

From Nature's Tea Leaf

Jasmine Daughter Rings Green Tea leaves produced in Fujian province of China scented with jasmine flowers. The Fujian Province is known for mountain-grown natural green teas as the coastal mountains provide a perfect environment for tea growing. The Jasmine Daughter Rings tea leaves are hand-made into ring-like shapes. This high quality and unique shape earns Jasmine Rings a great art value as well as a fulfilling taste and a satisfying aroma. The sweet scent of jasmine, greatly enhances this green tea, and when brewed translates into a holiday for your senses.

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166 tasting notes

Thanks to Nature’s Tea Leaf for a sample of this.

I’d heard of Jasmine Pearls before, but I had never heard of Jasmine Daughter Rings until I stumbled on their site. They’re very similar, but rolled into an “O” shape instead of a ball. It reminds me of the paper curls I used to make out of boredom by rolling a piece of paper onto a pencil. As they unfurl, they lose their curliness and get more flat. The tea is definitely fun to watch.

Even though they are billed as jasmine flavored, the jasmine isn’t overpowering. I found the flavor a little bit off and I wasn’t liking this as much as some of the other teas. I think it might have been the green tea base that I wasn’t too fond of. It tasted a little flat to me. I think I still prefer the flavor of jasmine pearls a little bit better, even though they can be more intense.

Side note: Nature’s Tea Leaf also has a “Dragon Pearls” tea that is NOT jasmine that is actually not that bad. They have lots of unique teas.

ashmanra

Yes, that non-jasmine Dragon Pearl was sooooo exquisite. I must order some! We love it with Asian buffet take out!

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I have delayed reviewing this tea because I am puzzled. Hubby and I had it last night and drank 44 ounces of it. Today I drank another 22 ounces with lunch.

The rings are so pretty and even when they unfurl they are very attractive, so it is worth it to make it in a glass container if you have one. The steeped tea is almost as clear as water.

The reason I am confused is that I can not detect any jasmine. This tastes exactly like regular Daughter Rings. I wonder if it could have been mislabeled? Nevertheless, it is a delicious tea, very fresh and light with a mineral flavor that borders on a really lovely metallic (yes, it is a good thing!) that went really well with all the rich Asian buffet takeout we were having.

I asked hubby if he tasted jasmine and he said, “Not at all. But I am not disappointed because I don’t like highly floral teas and sometime jasmine teas are too much for me.” That is the longest review I have gotten out of him so far! LOL!

So, bottom line, I like this, but I don’t taste jasmine, so either it is very, very light or I have the wrong tea. I triple checked my package and I am definitely scooping my leaves out of the jasmine pouch.

KiwiDelight

I had no idea rings of tea existed.

ashmanra

They are really cute! If you go to the page for this tea and click the link for oolongowl’s blog, she took lots of pictures of hers!

KiwiDelight

OH MY GOODNESS. These pictures are wonderful. I tried googling on how the leaves are processed but no such luck.

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1056 tasting notes

I had way too much fun with this tea’s appearance! It was like being a little kid again and arranging Cheerios on a plate!
The rings were so pretty too and looked amazing up close and steeped!

Taste? Moderate level of jasmine with a bit of dryness at the end. Not much “wow” factor in flavor, but the appearance is so cool!

full blog review of me playing with my tea http://oolongowl.wordpress.com/2013/01/24/jasmine-daughter-rings-from-natures-tea-leaf-tea-review/

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 0 sec
Babble

This tea was so neat looking. I agree.

ashmanra

I love your Sakura blossom/ rabbit plate! These are so cool! I think I have some on the way and I can hardly wait to try them.

gmathis

Those leaves are beautiful!

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