Organic Spring Jasmine

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Green Tea
Organic Jasmine Green Tea
Grass, Green, Jasmine, Vegetal, Flowers
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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 30 sec 3 g 9 oz / 258 ml

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  • “Had this again today on the go in a travel mug. Still wonderful, but with the mug top on I missed out on the wonderful aroma. Starting to realize now that tea really can be such a full sensory...” Read full tasting note
  • “I probably should not have purchased this tonight. I don’t need it, but I rationalized it well enough to throw it in the grocery cart. It isn’t really for me, said I to myself, it is for my...” Read full tasting note
  • “I thought Jasmine teas weren’t for me until I tried this tea. The jasmine isn’t cloying as it can become in many blends. It is light and sweet instead of heavy and perfume ladden. The green tea...” Read full tasting note
  • “To be honest I have no idea as to temperature (it was v. hot) or steeping time because I got this at the local frozen yogurt joint after going out to dinner with the fam and another fam tonight. ...” Read full tasting note

From Mighty Leaf Tea

Organic Spring Jasmine green tea is made of smooth Chinese loose leaf green tea leaves naturally scented by layers of Arabian jasmine buds. With an intoxicating aroma and a piquant yet rounded cup, Organic Spring Jasmine green tea in a silken tea pouch is our twist on a Chinese classic jasmine tea in a gourmet teabag.

Organic green tea, jasmine flowers


Flat green leaf

Fresh, delicate jasmine

Pale green liquor

Smooth and sweet body with a hint of tannin

About Mighty Leaf Tea View company

Mighty Leaf Tea was born for the sole purpose of infusing life into an ancient indulgence by creating tea products that reach new heights of quality and innovation. Our passion is creating the most incredible handcrafted tea blends found anywhere, globally sourcing the finest ingredients available. Paralleling the highest standards of quality at Mighty Leaf Tea is ongoing creative innovation.

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English class was a little difficult today because the subject matter hit really close to home for me. By the time it was time to leave, I felt really emotionally drained so I decided it was time to raid my teacher’s tea basket for a different tea than my (becoming) usual morning mate.

The first thing that hit me was that the tea bag was very pretty and I saw a complete jasmine bloom in the full leaf bag! From a place where it is hard to get full leaves in a tea bag, I think this is pretty awesome. I think I steeped this about five to six minutes on my walk from class to my dorm room.

This is the second jasmine tea I have ever had and it stood up really well to a longer steep. There is just a hint of bitterness on the back on my tongue, but I am fully aware that it is my fault for that one. I kinda like the bitterness there. It also doesn’t taste overwhelmingly of flowers. The taste reminds me of honeysuckle that was mixed with jasmine dew.

The best thing about the cup is the smell when it was steeping. I could close my eyes and imagine myself just standing in a middle of a jasmine garden. This was a really good pick and now I feel ready to face the rest of my day.

200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 30 sec

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564 tasting notes

Sipdown! (128) This may be my last sipdown for the day, but I’m okay with that. Again, this is a very nice sachet with lots of room for the tea to expand. I wouldn’t trust it with, say, an oolong or a white, but for most other types of tea I think this is one of the best sachet designs I’ve seen. The dry tea smells very jasmine-y but not overwhelmingly or sharply so.

I brewed this a shorter time than the package recommends, probably as a reaction to my horrific encounters with oversteeped Jasmine Jazz. Even so it’s bitter. Even when I ignore the bitterness it’s pretty lackluster; where is all the jasmine flavor I smell so clearly? It’s so slight I barely notice it, and there’s not even the usual sweet aftertaste jasmine tends to lend to tea.

1 min, 45 sec

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At the coffee shop that I work at, we sell bagged Mighty Leaf teas. I had never tried Mighty Leaf before, and so I decided to begin with a flavor that was most familiar to me so that I might be able to distinguish any differences between this brand and others that I have indulged in.
I decided to go with the Organic Spring Jasmine.
Usually when I pick up Jasmine Tea, I have the presumption that it is going to be strong and perfumy, and over powering to the green tea (With the exception of the few Jasmine teas that I know and love).
I was quite wrong this time.

At work our water is only one temperature, I believe 208 degrees Fahrenheit, and so I began by placing the tea bag in the cup, and then putting about 5 ice cubes directly on top, so as to cool the water as it hit the tea. I didn’t have a timer either, but I’d have to say that I allowed the tea to steep for roughly 2 minutes. My tongue is quite used to sipping “too-hot” tea, and so I was instantly able to try out this new blend.

The Jasmine flavor was surprisingly sweet and smooth! I was still able to taste and enjoy the green tea, tannin free, while also receiving the floral notes without feeling like I was drinking perfume.
The ingredient portions of this blend were surprisingly balanced, but I still prefer Jasmine Pearls, most likely because the green tea used in the two blends are different.

I would definitely drink this tea again, and maybe even purchase some for backup, but as far as bagged tea goes, it’s one of the best Jasmines I’ve had yet. I would recommend this tea to anyone that finds Jasmine to be too “perfumy” of a tea. You might have a change of mind like I did. ;3

205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 0 sec

I agree. This is definitely a great office or keep-in-your-purse-for-emergencies tea. It’s nice and takes well to abusive steeping conditions. I loved that it came in the sachet, so there was no paper taste added to the steeped tea.


That’s so true! I didn’t even think about it, which is weird because I’m so specific about not using metals and such to stir my tea for just that reason. I think I’m officially turned off of paper teabags forever now (not that I bought them much to begin with). Thank you for opening my mind to that. :D

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2815 tasting notes

I really need to remember not to buy anymore floral scented teas! Anyway I received this one in a sampler pack I got from the Mighty Leaf. I like the fact that it is organic but I just can’t get over the fact that I feel like I’m drinking shower gel. Compared to a lot of jasmine teas I have had this one is very smooth without a hint of bitterness, But yeah, it’s just not really my thing I’ve decided.

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Steep Information:
Amount: 1 teabag
Additives: none
Water: 12 ounces filtered almost boiling, between 170-175
Steep Time: a little over 3 minutes
Served: Hot

Tasting Notes:
Smell: Jasmine Flower, grassy
Flavor: light grassy smooth and delicately subtle
Body: Light
Aftertaste: floral
Liquor: light honey yellow-green

This is a strong smelling tea with a very delicate flavor, and the grassy is a very very light flavor so I don’t mind. I enjoy this tea, and as far as greens go I rate this one very high among those I have tried. I like this as Much as the Aloe Serenity and iced Peachberry Jasmine Sutra . Keeping in mind green is not one of my favorite types.

This is more water than the 6 ounces it should be, but i don’t think it was hurt by it at all. I also find it easier to believe most people have 12 ounce mugs and less use 6 ounce cups outside Steepster.

I purchased this as part of a sampler pack from Mighty Leaf.

Post-Steep Additives: none

Resteep: 5-6 minutes, too bitter, tried at 3 but it was a little bitter and weak. It’s drinkable but not as good as the first steep.

3 min, 0 sec

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828 tasting notes

I didn’t realize I had this sitting around until I was poking around looking for just the right tea. Nice way to start the day.

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38 tasting notes

For a bagged tea, this was extremely good. I’m picky when it comes to jasmine teas, only because so many companies put too much or too little. This tea was perfect! I enjoyed it so much I ended up buying a box of it!
16 down – 484 to go!

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21 tasting notes

Yum! Pretty robust flavor from leaving the bag in a bit longer, which I really enjoyed. Tasted fantastic with some raw agave.

180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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98 tasting notes

Part of a Christmas gift. I brought a few bags with me while traveling, as it was a little easier than bringing my basket, loose tea, etc. I hadn’t had a jasmine in a while, and I’m not always in the mood for jasmine, but I was, so I made up some of this to try. And it’s delicious! The jasmine doesn’t come across as overbearing or perfumey, just a nice, sweet companion to the green, which is also tasty. I’m often wary of bagged jasmine greens, but this one is very well done. I’m glad I have it on hand for travely-type situations.

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Testing 3 jasmine teas tonight, and this is the 2nd one (also Adagio’s Jasmine Chun Hao, which was ok/good and Teavana’s Jasmine Dragon Phoenix Pearls will be next).

The jasmine scent is stronger after brewing than the Adagio one, but the taste of the tea overall is bitter. Maybe jasmine tastes bitter? : ) Not liking this one as well as the Adagio one… and that is not even Adagio’s highest rated jasmine, but was included in a green sampler (their popular one is sold out atm). Nope, can’t finish this one. Not sure if it’s the tea or the jasmine, but no-can-do.

190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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