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  • “OH MY CEILING CAT WHY MUST IT BE SO HOT??? I think I’ve worked out what controls my green tea moods and my black tea moods. It’s heat. When it’s hot, green tea seems more refreshing. When it isn’t...” Read full tasting note
  • “I am having a cup of this today, and de-Cupboarding as I only have enough for another pots worth. A really lovely jasmine. Not my favorite, but, definitely a good one. The jasmine is soft and...” Read full tasting note
  • “A Jasmine Green tea experience fail has occurred. Cause: Faulty user cannot compute JGreen correctly. Yesterday afternoon, I heated up some chicken curry with onions and green peppers. A cup of...” Read full tasting note
  • “1 rounded TB for 500mL water, drunk bare (nothing added). As others have noted, jasmine does a cheery ‘Ta-da!’ when you open the tin. And that’s great. I set the timer but couldn’t repond right...” Read full tasting note

From Andrews & Dunham Damn Fine Tea

The voice of a lover is like a soft breeze in the night, and for one memorable summer Jasmine Green kept our climate in check through the radios in our cars and the speakers over the dance floor. If you were too young to join the party back then, just take a look at how many baby girls were named Jasmine the following Spring and you’ll get a good idea which way the wind was blowing. She wore a flower in her hair, a platinum smile and a dress that made us all want to dance, but it was her golden voice that made us want to get down and boogie! Jasmine told us not to worry, to forget about the world outside. She kept on doing it until we all gave in.

Jasmine Green is a green tea from China, lovingly scented with jasmine blossoms. Steep in 180 degree water for three minutes and share it with a friend. When finished, heat up some more water and do it again.

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Andrews & Dunham knows that nothing beats a perfect cup of tea, and a great tea needs no explanation. We love the romance of tea. We love that tea might just be the healthiest thing you’ll ever drink. But if the tea you’re drinking doesn’t taste fantastic, you’re missing out. Only a few teas meet our mysterious, rigorous standards and we’re proud to offer them to you. We’re always looking for that perfect cup, so you don’t have to.

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177 tasting notes

Another herbacious gem from JacquelineM’s SweeTeas! I’ve been low on Jasmine for a while and none of it worth singing about, but this one! This is worth a whole comcept album!
The base is lightly sweet but nutty, not too grassy to cause disharmony. The jasmine is soft and real (Is there anything more repusive than brash or fake jasmine?) and I think I spent as much time sniffing it as drinking it. The smell, taste, and color are all plesant. A&D’s Jasmine is an instant hit in the top five jasmine teas for me.

Edit: And this is what makes it Damn Fine. Four steepings and it still tastes like jasmine! The jasmine fades slower than the tea base without starting harshly! And the fourth was over night! I almost want to dance.
Ah! Here we go! I’ve always thought Venus Hum looks and sounds like this tea. Tastes like it too!

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To answer your question, no there is nothing worse than fake jasmine, other than maybe fake cherry flavor. I’m always on the hunt for new jasmine teas; I’ll have to give this one a try! :)


Fake lotus flavor is the only thing I can name. It is the only flavor that has ever made me vomit. Literally. Vomit. No allergies. {Shudder}


Those lotus seeds online freak me out. Have you ever google-imaged the lotus seed? I too shudder at the thought! I will avoid…

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658 tasting notes

I love this. It’s one of my favourite jasmine teas. It’s so rich that I actually find it less cloying than most jasmines/florals.

But I’ve done a bad thing. I’ve been asked to substitute at a new branch office that’s pretty poorly equipped. I feel like I’ve been locked in an abandoned house (it’s not in the greatest shape, and is being renovated). Because I wanted to brighten the experience for myself, and because it’s located only steps away from a DavidsTea, I caved and bought the cute polka-dot Perfect Mug and the green mini Bodum kettle I’ve been eyeing for months. Ugh. I did not need to spend that money, but the kettle is so adorable! It makes just a mug of hot water. And, combined with my nerdy timer gadget also from DT, I have a cute tea-making station that keeps me occupied and happy while the office is incredibly slow.


oh dear, don’t tell me that.. how can I prevent myself from doing the same??? I neeeeeeed a tiny kettle… I need it!!


I’m sorry, but it’s adorable.

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180 tasting notes

I’ve begun to embrace Steep.it and an attempt at properly brewing teas… No longer so wabi sabi.

I love this tea. I’ll be so sad when it’s gone.

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158 tasting notes

This is a very good quality jasmine green.

I feel churlish giving it a score that doesn’t reflect the score I think someone who enjoys both jasmine and green teas might give it, but the fact remains that green teas are a sporadic indulgence for me at best, and floral teas are equally a matter of mood and whim, and the combination of the two together will never be a staple in my cupboard.

This is among the stronger jasmine teas I’ve tried. The tea that it produces is slightly cloudy (or at least not crystal clear); there’s a pleasant sweetness there, but also the sort of vegetal astringency that tends to be one of the reasons I lean toward green oolongs rather than purely green teas for a lighter cup. The jasmine flavor doesn’t seem to be in the least bit artificial, and the smell of the dry tea leaves is absolutely lovely.

To me, though, it’s like having a mouth full of perfume. This is absolutely in no way a drawback in terms of what the tea sets out to accomplish…but one really ought to enjoy jasmine to drink this tea. It is unrelentingly jasmine-y.

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424 tasting notes

Finishing this one off, finally; the last of my A&D trio to go. Perfect timing actually, as Teavivre decided to include a free sample of their silver jasmine green tea in my order.

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911 tasting notes

I don’t always like jasmine green teas because of the tea base use – most Chinese greens are pretty briny to me. This one seems to have more of a sweet Chinese green taste than a salty one. The jasmine taste is softer than I expected. The jasmine surrounds the edges of the tea taste on all sides but the center flavor is still sweet Chinese green.

Typically, I prefer my jasmine teas to be softer, more delicate – jasmine with hints of soft, light, sweet tea. This is more evenly balanced and, while not stout like an Assam or anything, stronger than what could be considered delicate. But even though it’s not my preference, it’s still nice. Quite tasty.

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Just wanted to say that I love that you measure & record your tea and water! I just got a digital scale for Christmas and should really start using it. So much more accurate than my usual “a heaping teaspoon and maybe a pinch more…” :P


Thanks! I figure if I do something really awesome, I want to be able to repeat it exactly – and while I always weight my tea, I’m not always consistent with how much I decide to use so I have to have some way to remember the good (or the bad)!

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161 tasting notes

My husband called it “Jasmine Water”. Jasmine…Water. I also had to say to him, “No babe, it’s a green tea…you may not add milk and sugar to it!” sigh He’s still new. At least he tries all of the teas I bring home. He’s currently of the mindset that if it’s not Earl Grey or bold enough to smack your tongue like Thor’s hammer, it’s water. He’ll come around…eventually.

On to the tea. I really enjoyed my cup. Very floral without being perfume-y. I like that after swallowing the tea, my breath smelled like jasmine but with just a hint of the taste lingering. I’m not a fan of the jasmine teas where you can taste the jasmine “oil” all day and it becomes offputting. The green tea that A&D used to blend with was on the light side to me. The jasmine was the main event. Front and center. I do somewhat agree with my husband in that the green tea was so light in taste, that it could have been mistaken for white tea…almost. Still, very tasty cuppa.

Thanks again, Takgoti. You’re the best!


My Hubby does sugar in green tea too…eeeeek. I did get him to just do Agave Nectar a few times. Plain-Jane for me tho!

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221 tasting notes

Oh my goodness. When you first open the tin, the scent that hits you is incredible. It reminded me of the Jasmine Dragon Pearls that I’m rather fond of, strong and sweet without being cloying. The tea itself is much sweeter and smoother than the pearls, with a bold jasmine flavour that springs up in a unitard and says “JASMINE!” with jazz hands. Even the second steep managed to be a sheer delight by tasting exactly like a silver needle jasmine!
Standing ovation Jasmine Green, now let us throw roses at your feet and demand another encore.

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lololol! A unitard!!! A metallic green unitard with gold jasmine flowers silkscreened on it doncha think?I have to drink this one today in honor of your review!!!

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22 tasting notes

Wondering how this one compares to mermaid. They should fight.

Brewed in Huge Glass Teapot


Did our DFT package arrive? Same some for me!!!


Yep, arrived Monday. Mike and I have been drinking everything.

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121 tasting notes

As it happens, floral teas have been growing on me. Of particular interest has been the Jasmine family of teas.

This Jasmine from Andrews & Dunham has turned out to be one of the best Jasmine green teas I have had. It’s flavorful, fragrant and good for four to five steeps until almost all the flavor has been tapped.

The dry leaves are very aromatic with Jasmine petals mixed in and long thin leaves roughly 3/4 to 1in long and twisted, like twine.

If you like floral teas, Jasmine teas or teas which can be brewed many times, this infusion is for you!

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I agree with everything in this post. Even the floral growing on one. I feel inspired, I think I’ll make some of this too.

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