Smells like a field of flowers. Tastes like green tea.
“Am drinking this right now. I survived my major dental work but oweeee my mouth and tongue certainly are hurting. I love jasmine teas. This one the flavor is very subtle and soft.This...” Read full tasting note
“This is another of the generous samples sent along to me by Two Leaves and a Bud recently. Early on, I can say that I enjoy the fact that this has such a mild jasmine aroma....” Read full tasting note
“I’m not usually a big green tea drinker, but this one is quite nice. I found this one at T.J.Maxx for 3 bucks marked down. I buy a lot of my teas that way. What I like about this tea is while...” Read full tasting note
“I got this sachet from BrewTEAlly Sweet :) Not a bad little bagged jasmine! Very much like the kind they serve at good Chinese restaurants. Always welcome in my tea...” Read full tasting note
Traditional Jasmine tea is green tea dried with petals of jasmine flower. As the tea dries, it absorbs the flavor of the jasmine. We leave the jasmine petals in ours for a great taste and visual experience. Jasmine tea is the most consumed tea in China. The finest is grown in the Fujian Province, where the teas exhibit a depth and complexity not found in lesser tea
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Compared with other Jasmines, this was much less floral, and the aroma was mostly of tea, not Jasmine. The tea was very smooth like a pouchong, with a hint of sweetness. Expensive, but not a bad deal given that there’s a generous amount of leaf in the bag, and the tea proved to be usable for two infusions, although the second infusion tasted exclusively like green tea, not Jasmine.