Snow On Green

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
Jasmine Green Tea
Flavors
Buffalo Grass, Flowers, Freshly Cut Grass, Jasmine, Nectar
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Caffeine
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Edit tea info Last updated by Martin Bednář
Average preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 0 min, 30 sec 4 g 4 oz / 125 ml

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  • “I don’t know if I am biased or what… … today is indeed a day of great teas. This one is from Izzy, not sure if even available for order; she wrote me back in December that the brand isn’t launched...” Read full tasting note
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Winter, the family lights the fireplace on Christmas Eve. After dinner, they sit around and have tea. Outside the window, the wind was cold, but at the moment, the family enjoying the tea was happy and warm.

Snow on Green Processing
Snow on green selects the early spring bud of alpine tea as the tea blooms and adds the fresh jasmine tea. After the high-temperature killing and stirring for five kilns for more than 20 days, the green tea embryo is continuously stir-fried till golden yellow under the influence of high temperature and jasmine flowers, and the soup color is golden and bright!

Without the green of green tea, the use of clench, grasp, pressure, and other techniques, do type drying, baking, tea fragrance overflow increase, into a beautiful appearance of tea built-in fresh alcohol.

Snow on green jasmine tea is tight, fine and elegant in shape, with a long-lasting aroma and a mellow aftertaste.

Adopt early spring bud to be tea green, with the jasmine flower that bud did not put mixes scenting system and become sweet smell, tea is a sweet blend, keep dry petal in tea.

After brewing, the tea soup is bright and clear, with white flowers floating on it, just like the snow falling from the sky. It is quite ornamental and beautiful, with a strong aroma of jasmine.

The taste of this tea is pleasing to the eye.

Note: Tea when the water temperature is 176°F – 194°F, it is a standard with 200 ml water 3.6-4 g tea, the shelf life for a year, because the tea easy oxidation, so storage sealed away from light.

Matters needing attention(Some people can’t drink it): Expecting or breastfeeding moms; babies and toddlers; anyone suffering constipation, iron-deficiency anemia, fever, calcium deficiency/bone fracture, tachycardia (fast heart rate), or neurasthenia

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I don’t know if I am biased or what…
… today is indeed a day of great teas.

This one is from Izzy, not sure if even available for order; she wrote me back in December that the brand isn’t launched yet. Which is sad, becasue, oh my… this jasmine tea.

I took whole 4 gram pouch and prepared gong-fu.
It’s wonderful, jasmine scent and flavour is so mouthcoating, along with grassy, fresh green tea. A bit of nectar/honeyish flavour is in the background. What I really liked on this tea (as well) it is the visual of the leaf. It’s silver-green with actual small jasmine (I hope so) flowers. Check the pictures. It’s just… wonderful.

Yummy! And thank you very much Izzy, I still have the second pouch and I think I will keep that for another wonderful day needed.

Flavors: Buffalo Grass, Flowers, Freshly Cut Grass, Jasmine, Nectar

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 0 min, 30 sec 4 g 4 OZ / 125 ML
Izzy

So glad you liked it! This is one of my favourites too. I have a few more pouches that I am saving.

Also, the brand has launched under a company called “Chinese Tea, Sister Brand Of Teafamille.com” and you can find this tea there https://www.chinesegreentea.co/product/jasmine-green-tea/

Martin Bednář

Yes, I have came across this website, but it still seems not working properly or just not really up to date. Seeing " Need some items before your holidays? — Save Extra 25% on all products with the code “SUMMERSALE” " isn’t probably up to date.

And 35 USD for tea. I know it’s 108 g, but that’s 0,32 USD/g and that’s quite high end stuff! Who knows how much would be shipping, maybe if I made group order with others, then I would say “okay”. But I won’t order whole box for myself, though it’s truly wonderful!

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