Summer Bouquet

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  • “Boiling water. Steeped about 4 minutes. The packet said summer bouquet but the bloom looks like Noble Madam so I am not sure what this is for sure. The pod on this one is oblong. All the others so...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Eventho this is one of the prettier looking blooms from Primula and it does keep intact the taste is rather odd. It's a jasmine green tea with almost a hint of oat meal taste. It's a drier type...” Read full tasting note
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Blooming, Green Jasmine Tea

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Boiling water. Steeped about 4 minutes. The packet said summer bouquet but the bloom looks like Noble Madam so I am not sure what this is for sure. The pod on this one is oblong. All the others so far have been round. Couldn’t find any willing helpers in sipping this so I used my 4 cup press, which is really two mugs in super-sized America. And before you ask – no I did not use the plunger. The bloom is exquisite. All those long wonderful green tea leaves surrounding a literal bouquet of red flowers. As you can tell I thought this was quite attractive.

The liquor was deep orange-amber. The jasmine smells very strong in the dry pod, so I was a bit nervous. In the sip it is as light as it has been in all of these so far. Unfortunately it was accompanied by a nasty sour taste. Not candy sour – milk sour, eeeeew. I thought maybe I didn’t get all the puerh washed clean from the last use of the press. Poured out the pot. Washed the press. Started over. Steeped about 3 minutes until the liquor was golden amber and poured. The jasmine is still light and the green tea would be pleasant if not for the soured taste. Less prominent but still present. Apparently it is the flowers. On all the other blooming teas I have used a used a six cup pot. That might have helped here. Glad I didn’t try this one first. I would not have tried more. I am going to rate this higher than the tea deserves because the bloom is so pretty.

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Eventho this is one of the prettier looking blooms from Primula and it does keep intact the taste is rather odd. It’s a jasmine green tea with almost a hint of oat meal taste. It’s a drier type taste and almost gritty. The ole ’don’t judge a flowering tea by it’s bloom’, I’m afraid.

Peggie Bennett

I have a package of assorted Primula blooming teas, perhaps the same as yours, the names sound familiar. Reading these reviews from you are almost a spoiler alert for me! :-)

TeaEqualsBliss

It very well may be! :P Does it have a green pull string ribbon on the brown tube thing!? I do like most of them tho! LOL

Peggie Bennett

It does! And Jasmine Green is probably an all time fave for me. Yummy green, and lovely aroma. Watching it bloom is just the icing on the cupcake!

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