Light, fragrant, hard to decide whether to enjoy the aroma or the taste…ok, both. Every sip reminds me of my favorite Vietnamese establishment and the frequent pairing with bun. I am getting hungry as a matter of fact!
“My dad drinks this tea and while I'm here I thought I would try a cup to go with my spicy rice lunch. I honestly don't think its too bad. A little astringent and not as strongly jasmine as I'm...” Read full tasting note
“Bagged Aroma when Dry: dusty, floral, jasmine perfumy After water is first poured: floral jasmine At end of steep: astringent floral Tea liquor: At end of steep: mossy green Staple? Type...” Read full tasting note
“Bagged version. Easy to throw in a cup, and fine for grabbing quickly, it tastes decent enough. Not the best, and not the worst I've had. ” Read full tasting note
“Nothing as a nice jasmine tea for the evening, of course is not the best one neither the most expensive, but is just the right tea to drink in evening as right now. Its one of thoose "daily teas" ...” Read full tasting note
The result is a mild and refreshing tea with an alluring aroma.
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First cup I had of this was bearable- after having a second I think this is primarily because I drank it straight. It is best when still hot. It is a bit more astringent than I prefer and also has a very grassy taste as it cools. In order to make my second cup more drinkable, I added some muddled lime, even this failed to help the flavor.
Not a bad jasmine green, but not my favorite. The jasmine in this just doesn’t pop enough for me, I like mine a lot stronger. That being said, I still tend to keep this on hand for guests who prefer green tea over black because even if you over steep it it doesn’t get as bitter as others I’ve had.