If it's true you taste with your nose as much as with your tongue, the delicate floral fragrance that lingers atop this smooth cup of green tea will be an otherworldly experience. These tea leaves are dried with jasmine flower petals to absorb the flavor. Inhale, then enjoy.
Ratings & Reviews
Page 1 of 1 page with 5 reviewsLove 2 Leaves & A Bud - and the cute bags/packaging. Even better? The tea itself is pretty darned good - especially the Jasmine Petal (green based). Grassy and floral and not bitter. Easy to drink - and great hot or on ice - with or without a bit of honey or lemon. Good sippin'!
This has to be one of my favorite teas! Its light and exquisite floral smell often has me brewing two cups, which is rare! Its flavor is smooth and subtle adding a nice mellow compliment to the aroma. I look forward to relaxing to many more cups of Jasmine Petal in the future :)
Loved the tea! Great smell and taste. I didn't need to use very much sweetner and it had a good after taste.
I was served this at a coffee and tea trade show last week. It was an unnatural neon orange color. I asked the TLAAB presenter what was added to the tea but she assured me it was just green tea leaf and jasmine petals. Right..... The flavor was mild with almost no jasmine scent and very little tea flavor to boot, but was a bit sweet. The color and flavor made me think that this was somewhat like a jasmine Kool-Aid with half the recommended sugar added.
Alex Zorach (1276 reviews) on Oct. 2nd, 2009
This tea holds up very well to multiple infusions: the second cup was just as flavorful as the first, and a third was still good. There's almost no Jasmine left in the aroma after the first cup, however; it's just like drinking a decent green tea. If you let it steep for a long time, it acquires a pleasant bitterness.
Not cheap, but the teabag contains a generous amount of loose leaf, and considering how it's good for several cups, you do get a bit more for your money.
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