Raspberry Jasmine

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Fruit Green Blend
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175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “Dessert tonight was this pretty little tea; the fifth in my series of flavored green tea samples from The NecessiTeas. In the packet, it smells quite nice. The prevailing aroma is of jasmine,...” Read full tasting note
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    __Morgana__ 951 tasting notes
  • “Bumping the rating up a bit after having this again with breakfast. I had cinnamon sugar and syrup soaked French toast this morning and this did a great job of cutting through the sugar overload in...” Read full tasting note
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    chai-jenn 104 tasting notes
  • “A pretty smelling GREEN tea that I have to say might actually be crave-able! And that's saying quite a bit coming from someone who automatically looks for faults in every green tea she tries!” Read full tasting note
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    BigFatFaTEA 60 tasting notes

From The NecessiTeas

Jasmine green tea is blended with raspberry essence and topped off with dried raspberries. Great hot or iced!

Ingredients: Jasmine green tea, raspberries, natural flavor.

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5 Tasting Notes

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Dessert tonight was this pretty little tea; the fifth in my series of flavored green tea samples from The NecessiTeas. In the packet, it smells quite nice. The prevailing aroma is of jasmine, though there’s a berry tang as well. The berry smell becomes more obvious upon steeping, becoming clearly raspberry. Depending upon how the spoon fills up, the raspberry aroma can prevail over the jasmine after brewing, or it can be fairly evenly balanced. The raspberry part of the fragrance is sweet, not at all pungent or artificial smelling.

The tea itself is nice as well. When the dried raspberries reconstitute, they plump up considerably. I ended up with something close to a whole berry floating in my cup. The flavor is delicate, and the raspberry and jasmine are each distinguishable, and nicely blended and balanced. The tea itself is barely noticeable, and not bitter. I’d prefer a bit stronger presence of the tea, but also prefer barely noticeable to bitter (by a lot).

I would not pass this up if I were offered it again, though I think I’d prefer to drink it after a workout and a shower, where something clean and subtle would hit the spot. I’m much more in the chocolate lava cake camp when it comes to dessert than I am the raspberry sorbet.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 30 sec
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LOL! I love your last sentence- I’m a fan of both:) I bet this would be amazing iced.

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Bumping the rating up a bit after having this again with breakfast. I had cinnamon sugar and syrup soaked French toast this morning and this did a great job of cutting through the sugar overload in my mouth, cleansing my palate, and keeping my breakfast from overwhelming my sweet tooth. I really should cut back on my sugar intake since there’s a history of diabetes in my family but damn it’s so goooooood.

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A pretty smelling GREEN tea that I have to say might actually be crave-able! And that’s saying quite a bit coming from someone who automatically looks for faults in every green tea she tries!

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