Jasmine Tea

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Green Tea
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165 °F / 73 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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  • “One of the more basic generic jasmine teas out there -- inexpensive, frequently served in Thai and Vietnamese restaurants. Very strong (almost overpowering) jasmine flavour, perhaps to cover the...” Read full tasting note
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    gramarye1971 42 tasting notes
  • “One of my friends who knows of my love for tea brought me a large tin (8 oz!!) of this back from her trip to New York. The secret to this rather generic jasmine green is to use water around the...” Read full tasting note
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    Rellybob 258 tasting notes

From Royal King

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Product of the People’s Republic of China, Distributed by: Herba Natural Products, Inc. Brooklyn, New York, NY 11232

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42 tasting notes

One of the more basic generic jasmine teas out there — inexpensive, frequently served in Thai and Vietnamese restaurants. Very strong (almost overpowering) jasmine flavour, perhaps to cover the relative weakness of the tea, but subtlety is not really something to be concerned about for a tea of this nature. Perfectly acceptable for day-to-day drinking (especially in the bagged form in situations where looseleaf isn’t a viable option), as long as it isn’t steeped to the point of bitterness.

CharlieVal

Hi,
Like the tea but was concerned about pesticide levels. Any idea if it’s safe to drink everyday?
Thanks,
CV

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258 tasting notes

One of my friends who knows of my love for tea brought me a large tin (8 oz!!) of this back from her trip to New York. The secret to this rather generic jasmine green is to use water around the 165 degree range and to steep for no longer than 2 minutes. The directions on the tin to use boiling water and to steep for 5 minutes produces a horribly bitter cup of tea! It took some experimentation to find the magic steeping parameters, but carefully steeping this produces a pleasant cup. I found it mild and good enough for everyday drinking.

Preparation
165 °F / 73 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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