Jazz Mint

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Wonderfully refreshing and elegant! Fine China green teas blended with mint and jasmine. A sensational blend either hot or chilled. Our all time favorite for the summer.

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I am sitting here sipping on this…almost finished with this cup and will be on to the next but had noticed I was long overdue for some deleting of my cupboard…so…between the ones I have deleted as I have posted the last few days and the ones I just deleted…it seems I have finished over 100 in my stash…and I KNOW there is way more I need to take out of my cupboard as well…sigh…it’s depressing…it really is…


Housekeeping surely is depressing even in the cyberworld but at least your tea rated high and that’s a plus!

I ♥ NewYorkCiTEA

TEB, you culled your cupboard and you STILL have 198 teas! Go you!

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Work has sorta taken over my life lately. Both a good thing and a bad thing. Good because I stay busy and active but also not that great because I spend less time at home and with the ones I love (not to mention no time to sip a great cup of tea).

I found a small sample of this tea that I must have been saving from years ago, considering that Special Teas no longer exists (RIP…). So, I figured that it was worth attempting to brew. The worst that could happen is that it taste old right?? (If I wake up alive and well I’ll let you know if there any side effects from drinking really old tea tomorrow… hahaha…)

Still smelled minty and jasminy. Probably smelled stronger at some point, but the combination of smells was very pleasant. Refreshing and relaxing at the same time if that makes any sense… So I prepared my favorite tea strainer and pretty glass tea cup and in went two teaspoons of tea leaf + 16oz of hot water.

After the two minute wait I ended up with a pleasant smelling liquor. It was a darker golden yellow than I imagined that it would be. So far so good.

I tasted the tea and WOW! Mint and jasmine are a great idea! The first impression to hit your tongue is all jasmine, and the aftertaste is all mint! I sipped and sipped and couldn’t get over the fact I had never preciously thought to try this. It was really good! Sadly, my enjoyment didn’t last long. After the last sip, I had the sad realization that I will never be able to buy this brew again… But it was worth trying! : )

Maybe mixing jasmine tea and mint will yield a similar result? I will definitively be trying that… I’ll update when I get around to it. Hopefully I will end up with a similar taste. If you haven’t tried the two flavors together yet (and you like jasmine and mint) you really should!

200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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Nice, not over powering mint taste. I got this in a mint sample pack with other and love this one the most.

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Really interesting.. the jasmine is definitely the most prominent flavor, but there’s an odd buttery taste somewhere in the background. From the green teas, maybe? The mint is refreshing, but I wish I could taste it more. Bet this would be great iced.

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