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Many hellos to my fellow tea lovers! With all the things going on in our lives, its nice to enjoy a hot cuppa tea. One of my newest teas that I had the opportunity to taste was Jasmine Petal. 

Composition: Green tea grown on the Fujian Coast in China and Jasmine petals.

Dry Visual: Predominantly very green twisted tea leaves with golden flecks that I assume are the Jasmine Petals. Considering this tea is contained in sachets it I did not have the clearest visual. Thanks Two Leaves and A Bud for the picture.

Dry Aroma: Mildly vegetal with a hint of Jasmine. However the wet aroma was very floral – Jasmine of course.

Flavor: Jasmine was the predominant flavor; however, this tea was a little more vegetal than I expected. I believe the green tea undertones were fighting for presence which created a slight bitterness. Jasmine Petal can be enjoyed with or without sweetener, however, I added a little honey which rounded out the flavor and eliminated the bitterness.

Liquor: A dark amber color.

Brewing Time: Recommended brewing time is 4 minutes. I brewed for the recommended 4 minutes.

Manufacturer: Two Leaves and A Bud

Caffeine: Yes.

If you have had the opportunity to enjoy a cup of Jasmine Petal Tea please stop by and comment. Until then… Happy Tea Drinking!


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