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Imperial Organic - Organic Green Tea with Jasmine

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  • “Vary nice for a jasmine, the jasmine is very strong though, sort of like drinking perfume, I think it would be better with a shorter steeping time. Around 2 mins? ” Read full tasting note
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  • “I think, for me, jasmine teas typically have too much jasmine in them. I love the aroma and delicate flavor, but it's just too much. I would prefer just a slight hint of jasmine. As far as jasmine...” Read full tasting note
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From Uncle Lee's Tea

Introducing our new line of teas – Imperial Organic. What does imperial mean? It means royal quality of organic degree in teas available today. The antioxidant power in Green tea is combined with a delicate, sweet scent of jasmine pedals. When brewed, it produces a honey yellow hue, and an aroma of tropical flowers. Aside from being certified organic and kosher, every batch is carefully hand inspected to ensure goodness and purity. Taste the Uncle Lee’s difference!

INGREDIENTS: 100% organic green tea leaves scented with natural jasmine blossoms

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Vary nice for a jasmine, the jasmine is very strong though, sort of like drinking perfume, I think it would be better with a shorter steeping time. Around 2 mins?

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I think, for me, jasmine teas typically have too much jasmine in them. I love the aroma and delicate flavor, but it’s just too much. I would prefer just a slight hint of jasmine.

As far as jasmine greens go, this is almost as good as any I’ve tried. I’m still working on the best steeping time. I steep it with 1 bag in my 32-oz pot. I used to do 3 or 3.5 minutes. Now, I think 1 minute might be best. No matter what, the jasmine always seems to be too strong for me, making it difficult to drink much of it.

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