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Briskness Body Aroma
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Our Review
The Chinese love to mix Jasmine flowers with various teas. We offer four options: Jasmine, Yin Hao Jasmine, Silver Needle Jasmine, and Dragon Pearl Jasmine. This is our most basic Jasmine, however it is much better than those served in many Chinese restaurants.
Dry Leaves Medium sized pale green leaves with dried jasmine flowers.
Liquor Yellowish green.
Aroma Over the vegetal base, there is a strong Jasmine flower aroma.
Caffeine Level Caffeinated
Body This is a medium bodied tea.
Flavors The floral flavors of Jasmine are very present.
Brewing Time 4 minutes
Brewing Temperature 175° F


Flavoring teas with Jasmine flowers is an ancient Chinese tradition. The base of this Jasmine is a Pouchong tea, which is slightly browner than green tea. Fresh jasmine flowers are added to produce a delicate and fragrant brew. Our Jasmine tea is Kosher, and is caffeinated.
tea bags
Jasmine - loose tea sample
SKU: 49008-083
Jasmine - loose 4 oz tin
SKU: 44237
Jasmine - loose 7 oz tin
SKU: 48006
Jasmine - loose 1 lb bag
SKU: 41647
Jasmine - 50 sachet bag
SKU: 50503
Foil Jasmine - 50 tea bag box
SKU: 10128

Customer Reviews



An amazing tea
Average Review:

I ordered a four ounce tin of this hoping it would be like dragon pearl jasmine but not in little balls. The dragon pearl jasmine is nice, but it takes quite a bit longer to brew because the tea on the inside of the rolled balls doesn't brew until the outer leaves loosen up. I was not disappointed. A marvelous tea iced or hot, I'll be sure to order more of this when I run out.



Exceptional Jasmine Tea
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My partner is particularly partial to jasmine teas, but it is hard to find good quality teas that really give a lovely scent and flavour of jasmine. We've finished our tin, and from the first to the last cup, this tea was an absolute joy. You could sit and smell the pot all day, and it has a lovely flavour without bitterness. I have just ordered the Yin Hao Jasmine to try next, but you really cannot go wrong with the regular HS Jasmine tea- a wonderful gift or treat for yourself.



Wonderful at first but seems to change over time
Average Review:

I'm a little confused about this tea. In the past, I bought it in the tea sachets, and I had absolutely no problems with it. The fragrance is just wonderful, and it's so smooth, it's almost buttery on your tongue. I don't know how else to describe it! Really wonderful though. My only issue has come with my purchase of the foil teabags. When I used the sachets, I would always steep for 3 minutes with cooler-than-boiling water, and it came out perfectly every time. When I first started using the teabags, it still came out consistently with the taste I expected. But for some reason, as I've been using the teabags in the past few weeks, the tea keeps tasting more bitter every time I use it, though I've been shortening the steeping time incrementally every instance. Sometimes I'll even get the initial taste to come out fine, but after I've removed the bag and the tea has just sat in the cup for 20 minutes or so, it seems to turn bitter, even though it didn't start out that way. Maybe I'm doing something wrong? But I'm quite precise about my tea-making method and I've never had this problem before in years of tea-drinking. For all I know, it could be a problem with my tea storage, but I'm thinking it could be a problem with the tea as well.

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